August 21, 2017
By Beacon_PR

Last Week of the Summer: Save up to 60% at PGL

The final week of the summer holidays is the last chance for children to have fun, and for parents to save up to 70% on PGL holidays for unaccompanied children.

It’s also a last chance to learn a new skill so that children can start the new school year brimming with confidence, says PGL’s head of holidays Steve Hougham.

“Abseiling 40 feet or hitting the centre of the archery target gives children a real sense of achievement that they carry into the new term.  And when it comes to presenting ‘What I did in the Holidays’ PGL gives kids plenty to talk about!”

Among the discounted seven-night holidays starting Saturday 26 August 2017 are:

Centre & Holiday                                Age Group       Brochure £      Sale £              Saving 

Osmington Bay, Dorset

First-timers’ Multi Activity                  7-10 yrs           569                  227.60             60%

Boreatton Park, Shropshire

Horse Riding & Pony Trekking                        7-10 yrs           695                  278                  60%

Tregoyd House, Powys

Multi Activity                                      10-13 yrs         555                  222                  60%

Marchants Hill, Surrey

Motorsports                                        13-16 yrs         619                  309.50             60%

These are examples of discounted holidays and centres. For an up to date list, see PGL’s special offers section of the website.

In all cases, prices are per child and include accommodation, all meals, activities, equipment, instruction, caring supervision – and a sense of achievement!

0333 321 2114,

Availability correct at date of issue.

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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