August 9, 2017
By Beacon_PR

Kids Go Free or Half Price on PGL Family Adventures

Remaining August holiday weeks at PGL’s UK centres have some great deals for kids, saving up to £429 per child!

Kids Go Free

Barton Hall in Devon has seven-night holidays starting 19 and 26 August with up to TWO free places for children for every full-paying adult.

When sharing a family room, adults pay £469 each: children aged five to 18 sharing their parents’ room would have paid £389 each, but are now free, saving £389 per child.

Adjacent, but separate rooms for parents and kids are also available. Adults pay £509 each: children five to 18 years would have paid £429 each, but are now free, saving £429 per child.

Quote FAWFEW1 when booking by 18 August.

Kids Go Half Price

This deal is available at several PGL adventure centres and is on four-night Monday to Friday breaks for families with children as young as five.

Each full-paying adult can take advantage of HALF PRICE places for children, so the bigger the family, the bigger the saving!

Quote FAWFEW2 when booking by 18 August.

Centre                                     Start date                    £ per adult      £ per child       Saving per child

Boreatton Park, Shropshire    21 or 28 August           £345                £142.50           £142.50

Caythorpe Court, Lincs           21 August                    £345                £142.50           £142.50

Barton Hall, Devon                 14, 21 or 28 August     £345                £142.50           £142.50

Little Canada, Isle of Wight    28 August                    £369                £152.50           £152.50

Osmington Bay, Dorset           28 August                    £345                £142.50           £142.50

In all cases, prices include meals, activities, equipment and evening entertainment.

0333 321 2114, www.pgl.co.uk/families

Editors Notes

  • PGL celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. It was founded in 1957 by Peter Gordon Lawrence and is Britain’s original and best provider of activity holidays. Peter died in 2004.
  • Hundreds of organised school and youth groups attend curriculum-based courses at PGL centres every year.
  • During school holidays, centres welcome unaccompanied children and families on activity holidays.
  • PGL centres in Britain are registered with, and inspected by Ofsted.
  • PGL’s activity operations are subject to the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority regulations.
  • PGL works closely with the Royal Yachting Association, the British Canoe Union, the Grand National Archery Society, British Fencing Association, British Orienteering Federation, Small Bore Rifle Association and the British Horse Society.

 

For further comment contact Steve Hougham at PGL on 0333 321 2114

Images and further press info from Jane Williams at Beacon PR (01572) 748 800

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