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Lunch Bunch

Lunch Bunch gives children aged 3-19 living in Islington, the chance to enjoy free fun activities alongside a free, healthy and nutritious lunch during the summer holidays.

Lunch Bunch is delivered from venues around the borough and there’s something to suit children and young people of all ages. Find out more about where Lunch Bunch is happening and whether you need to book a place below.

Adventure Playgrounds  

Lunch Bunch runs daily at all 12 adventure playgrounds across Islington. There is no need to book, just turn up! Some of the adventure playgrounds are closed between 1-2pm, so please check opening/closing times before making your journey. For children aged 6 and older. 

Visit Adventure Playgrounds for more information. 

Access to Sports 

Access to Sports are delivering an exciting range of physical activities in estates, community centres, parks and schools across Islington. There’s something for everyone from boxing to roller skating, and even a football referee course! For children aged 5-19. 

Visit Access to Sports for more information and to book your place.  

Libraries 

Lunch Bunch runs on selected dates at Central Library and Cat & Mouse library. There are a range of different activities happening, including magic shows, face painting and arts & crafts. For families with children aged 3-19. 

Visit www.islingtonlunchbunch.eventbrite.com for full details and to book your place.  

Bright Start Picnics 

Come along and enjoy a picnic in the park with other families. Bright Start practitioners will be on hand to support and play games. No need to book, just turn up! For families with children aged 3-8.  

Find out more about Bright Start picnics here.

Contact us 

If you’d like to get in touch with the Lunch Bunch team, please email lunch.bunch@islington.gov.uk or call the Family Information Service on 020 7527 5959.  

 

 

 

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