October 9, 2017
By Beacon_PR

PGL Kids’ Activity Breaks at Half Term: up to 50% off!

Half term boredom is banished by PGL, which has a choice of residential breaks for children aged seven to 16 across the UK – and the last-minute special offers mean that the more children you book, the more you save!

Send one child on a seven-night multi-activity holiday and save 30% on brochure prices; send two and save 40%; book three children onto the same holiday – whether that’s three siblings or just friends – and save a massive 50% on the original holiday price!

For example, at Windmill Hill in Sussex seven nights from 21 October usually costs £499 per child.  One child will now pay £349.30, two children will now each pay £299.40 and three children will each pay just £249.50.

This deal, and those prices are also available at Osmington Bay in  Dorset and at Winmarleigh Hall in Lancashire.

At PGL’s 250-acre estate in Shropshire, Boreatton Park, seven nights from 21 October usually costs £509 per child.  One child will now pay £356.50, two children will now each pay £305.40 and three children will each pay just £254.50.

The same offer, and the same prices are available on week-long holidays at Marchants Hill in Surrey, Caythorpe Court in Lincolnshire and Liddington in Wiltshire – which also has a week starting 28 October at the same price.

PGL’s special activity holiday insurance costing £37 per child, must be taken at the time of booking, and depending on how many children/which offer parents are taking advantage of, offer codes OCT1X, OCT2X and OCT3X apply when booking online or by phone.

Other discounted holidays include short breaks and first-timer breaks. For full details, visit www.pgl.co.uk/holidays or call 0333 321 2114.

Availability correct at date of issue.

Editors Notes

  • PGL has been celebrating 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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