Parents looking for fun summer activities for their children can find out about everything in a new online brochure.

Wiltshire Council has asked local businesses to send details of activities including charges, venues and dates to help parents plot how to keep the kids busy during the summer break.

The activities are aimed at 5 – 12-year-olds and are particularly to help those families with vulnerable children and children of key workers who need support.

People are encouraged to check the online leaflet regularly as the information will be regularly updated as new providers finalise details of their activities.

A council spokesman said: “Wiltshire Council has also asked all providers to ensure they have the necessary protocols and checks in place including procedures that enable them to adhere to the latest government guidance on social distancing.

“Parents are reminded to always thoroughly research any childcare provision themselves before booking places for their children.

Cllr Laura Mayes, cabinet member for children, education and skills said: “We know there are many families who will be looking for summer holiday activities for their children.

“This booklet is not an exhaustive list but it does provide a range of opportunities from across Wiltshire which we hope people will find useful.

Our schools have worked tirelessly staying open for children and young people throughout the holidays.

“During the summer holidays we hope they will have time to relax and be renewed for the autumn term.

“Meanwhile we’re grateful for all those who have come forward with activities and we hope families will find this extremely useful.”

Organisations who wish to be part of the booklet will need to contact who will ask for a specific list of documents and information before it is uploaded.

You can find the school holiday activities booklet at