Half-term activities for children and young people in Camden

Children and young people are invited to get active and creative this half-term with a whole host of free activities taking place across the borough, run within public health guidelines.

Activities on offer for children this half-term, from 26 to 30 October, range from badminton, football, yoga and cooking classes to quizzes celebrating Black History Month - so there’s something for everyone.


These activities are a great opportunity for the Borough’s children and young people to enjoy their half-term break safely, whilst getting active and creative. From sports to pottery to events celebrating Black History Month, there is something for everyone and I’d encourage all our young people to get involved.
Cllr Abdul Hai, Cabinet Member for Cabinet Member for Young People, Equalities and Cohesion

More information on events:

Online and face-to-face creative courses for 13 to 19 year olds who live or study in Camden are being run by Camden Summer University. To find out more and book your places, visit the CSU website 

Girls Get Moving is back at Talacre Sports Centre, in Kentish Town, on Monday 26 October, from 4.30 to 6pm, with a free session for up to 20 girls aged eight to 14. Find out more and book your place

There’s also Active Wednesday on 28 October, from 4 to 6pm, for all young people aged 11 to 17, also at Talacre. Visit the sports activities website to find out more and book

Kilburn Grange Park's multi-use games area is hosting multi-sports activities for children and young people aged eight to 16. You will need to attend with the Netherwood Youth and Family Hub - please email [email protected] 

Full half-term programme details:

For other youth, play and sports activities over half-term, visit

Please do not attend any face-to-face activities if you have symptoms of COVID-19, have been in recent contact with someone who has or you are awaiting a test.