Free and exciting half term events designed to entertain all

We’ve got plenty of fun-filled sessions, all with free food, to help you out.

Are you looking for ideas to keep the kids entertained during half term? We’ve got plenty of fun-filled sessions, all with free food, to help you out.

These activities start on Monday 14 February and run until Friday 18 February, all children and young people are welcome.

What’s on?

If you’re looking for something active for your sports fans, why not sign them up to London Youth's tennis and football camps, as well as the fun and games at the Sands Ends Adventure Playground.

Or, if they’d fancy something more creative, why not checkout one of Shepherds Bush Families Project’s sessions.

Action on Disability are also providing creative fun with drama, art and dance activities for Disabled people aged 11 to 25. For more information please email

Tech fans can also join the Urban Flyers’ tech camp, including competitions with drones and robotics.

If you’re on the hunt for activities to build confidence and self-esteem, take a look at Hammersmith & Fulham Mencap’s programme of events. From cycling and movie nights to art sessions and trips to Hyde Park, children and young people will have the chance to learn communication and problem-solving skills, and to build up life skills in a supportive environment.

Find out more

For more information on all of our half term events visit our free half term activities and food page. Many of our activities also offer physical and mental disability provisions.

War on food poverty

Hammersmith & Fulham are fighting food poverty to ensure that everyone across the borough has access to nutritious, healthy food. Each of our half term activities are providing free food for all children and young people as part of our work to make sure no child goes hungry.

If your family is suffering financial hardship and are struggling to afford food, please visit:

Hammersmith & Fulham Foodbank – providing help and support to those in need across H&F. This includes emergency food parcels, and advice or referrals to other organisations to help families in food poverty. The Foodbank receives funding from H&F Council.

Rose Vouchers – a scheme to help people on low incomes access fresh fruit and vegetables from local market traders.

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