Local kids offered adventure of a lifetime

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Published: Monday 17th November 2014 by Paul Nickerson - Writer

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Global education charity CISV is offering 4 children from Hull and East Yorkshire the adventure of a lifetime at an international summer camp next year.

The charity, established in 1950 will be sending 2 boys and 2 girls on their flagship program at an international village in Newcastle from 25th July 2015.

A recruitment event is being held on 22nd November at Skidby Village Hall and parents are invited to put their kids forward for what organisers promise will be a wonderful opportunity to take part in something unique and hugely enjoyable.

A spokesperson for the charity said, ” children come back with a different perspective of the world, new skills, and new friends from around the world.

“An ideal candidate would be a child who is sociable, works well in a group, is interested in the world around them, and is caring, friendly and mature enough to be away from home for 4 weeks”.

Children from Iceland, France, Norway and the UK at a recent village day out in Bridlington

Children from Iceland, France, Norway and the UK at a recent village day out in Bridlington

The village will host children from countries around the world and feature a mix of educational, cultural and sporting activities which emphasise intercultural living and understanding”.

Sound like your child?

An ideal candidate would be a child who is sociable, works well in a group, is interested in the world around them, and is caring, friendly and mature enough to be away from home for 4 weeks.

To qualify they must be aged 11 sometime between 1st June 2014 and 31st August 2015.

Contact the CISV Chair, Kayleigh Garner, on 07534 163792 or the Treasurer, Nick Allday, on 01964550370/mobile 0774037828

Published: Monday 17th November 2014 by Paul Nickerson - Writer

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