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How old does my child need to be?
Due to the nature of the activities, your child needs to be in school years 2-7 (making them roughly 7-12 years old).

Is lunch provided?
No, please send your child with a packed lunch and water bottle each day. We will however give your child the option of a snack in the day (including cooking on the campfire).

What happens if my child doesn't settle in?
We understand that some children may find new experiences daunting. That is why we train our staff and volunteers to get all children involved from day one and help them to feel comfortable, settled and making new friends. 

What happens if I'm going to be late picking up my child?
We ask if you'd make every available attempt to pick up your child on time, but we understand that people have busy lives. If you're going to be late, just give us a call - 07450097886.

Can my child sign themselves in and out of the holiday club?
Yes, if aged 11+, though parental authority must be given. We must have a signed letter emailed ( or handed to the camp coordinator. This must include: name of child, parents name, contact details, time they should be released from camp and method of getting home.
Parents must contact us (07450097886) if your child has not retuned home by the time expected.

What if my child is ill or has an accident at the holiday club?
Frant Church Holiday Club will do everything possible to minimise the risk or injury or illness whilst on site. We have designated first aiders and staff who have food hygiene training.
However, accidents can happen. For minor injures, we will deal with them on site and inform you at the end of the day. For major injures, we will inform you as soon as possible, and if necessary, the emergency services. 
If your child is ill before attending, please keep them away until their symptoms have stopped and 24 hour after. 
If your child is ill whilst attending, we will make them as comfortable as possible and inform you if needed.

Will you pray for my child?
We are Christians, and we know how much of a difference prayer makes! Therefore, as a team, we always pray before each day and for each child coming to our holiday club. We also say grace (a prayer to thank God for our food) before eating.
We will never force to pray with children face to face if they don't want it, but we will personally offer things up to God throughout the day.

What should my child wear?
Please wear comfortable clothing that you don't mind if they get wet or dirty. Your child's brand new, white trainers are best left at home. Some of our activities will be in our forest school and the South East countryside has a risk of ticks, so long sleeved trousers and tops would be preferable.

What Happens if it rains?
Unfortunately this sometimes happens (grrr!). But that will not stop our joy! Our big tipi tent gives us a great space for this moment. Not only that, but we also have the use of our Church Hall and forest school parachute shelters. We will still do as many activities as possible but some are not possible in the rain. As such, we may have to rearrange some activities and move their days, but we will try our best to do as many activities as possible. 

What should my child bring?
Refillable water bottle
Packed Lunch (no nuts please)
Sun cream and hat

What should my child not bring?
Electronics - We take no responsibility any items are damaged or lost. (if you would like your child to have a mobile phone with them, especially if they are walking home alone, please hand it to a member of staff who will give it to them when they leave). 

What if my child have medical conditions?
Please state any medical needs on their booking form. If they have any medicine (including epi-pens) please make sure they are in date. We will then make sure that all first aiders and your child knows where they are located and how to administer them if required. 

What happens if the holiday club has to cancel?
In the unlikely nature that the club has to be cancelled by us, we will return your full booking cost for that day. This would be unforeseen circumstances including very bad weather and illness of staff. This however is very rare.

What about the staff?
The club Coordinator is Ed Pascoe, Youth and Families Minister for Frant Church. He has over 15 years experience working with young people and is a qualified forest school instructor, archery coach and first aider.
All our staff and volunteers are DBS checked, trained in safeguarding, and trained by us to deliver great activities and provide a comforting and fun atmosphere.

What if I have a complaint?
First of all please speak to the club Coordinator, Ed Pascoe. If you feel like it is not resolved, please see our Rector, Rev. Brendan, or church Safeguarding Officer, Roo Froud.   


Hello and welcome to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.

Click here to see more.

Planning your Visit

A Warm hello 

The following information is specifically for those planning a visit, so that you know, beforehand, what to expect on a Sunday morning.

Our Service

The main service in Frant is 9.30am -10.30am.

Reverend Brendan opens the service and there is a mix of bible readings, sermons, prayer, and singing. 

Sometimes there is an opportunity to receive prayer at the end of the service.

Church Building

What can children do?

We have a fantastic programme for children aged 0–14.... and our very own Festival Church.

Morning service:

Children stay with the grown-up for the first part of the service as we worship (sing songs!) together.  The speaker will make it clear when and where children need to go for their programmes.  You do not need to go with your children unless they are pre-school age.  The children will have great fun playing games, and learning about God in a way that is tailored to their age group

The kids group activities vary depending on the age but usually there is a friendly welcome, bible stories, testimonies, praying, music, craft, drama, fun games and free play. Please pick your children up as soon as the service finishes.


Festival church - 4-5pm in the Rectory paddock (next door to the church)

This is an all-ages service held outside in our brand new tipi. Bring a chair, grab a thermos/drink/snack and join us for live music, teaching, discussion, and prayers.No need to book adults, just come along.

Festival church kids

This is our Forest School style Sunday School,with Bible stories around the fire, discussion, songs, woodland crafts and more. 
It is run by trained Forest School (level 3) practitioners. Spaces are limited for all children, so you will need to sign up your child.
Click below to contact Ed Pascoe our Youth and Children's Co-ordinator,


Serving and Volunteering

If you want to get involved in the life of the church and help us make Sundays run smoothly, you can sign up to serve on a team. 

Get in touch with us to plan your visit
If you would like to come and visit the church beforehand you are more than welcome! Get in touch and we can arrange a time that suits you.
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Comments / Questions or anything you would like to say?

Next, we will contact you by email to say hello and help arrange anything necessary for your visit.


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Ed Pascoe    
Youth and Children's Co-ordinator
We hope that whoever you are, you will feel at home at our church.

Best wishes

Frant Church