HAF Summer Programmes

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The HAF Programme provides young people with fun activity programmes throughout the holidays where they can receive healthy food and have fun.

Over the summer holidays, local organisations will be working together on the HAF programme, running free activity programmes for eligible young people where they can have fun, meet new people and have healthy food. 

What does HAF mean and am I eligible? 

HAF stands for Holiday Activity and Food, ensuring young people who receive benefits-related free school meals can access food and activities during the holidays. You can check if you're eligible online or by emailing: activitiesoxfordshire@oxfordshire.gov.uk 

Are there any local HAF Programmes for the summer holidays?

Yes! There are many programmes running in Oxfordshire over the summer, including - 

  1.  Bushcraft and Survival - A four day programme for those aged 13-16 to learn about the basics of food and food preparation, fire and shelter. 
  2. Active Leaders - A four day programme for those aged 14-16 to learn leadership skills through fun games and activities.

  3. Summer Fun -  A programme for young people aged 5-11 and their parent/ carer. 

Take Action - Find out if you're eligible for HAF Programmes online.

Where can I find local programmes?

You can find out about other HAF programmes and activities that are running this summer, and, if you are eligible, book onto them, using the Playwaze website.

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