- Why Barracudas?
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Our High Wycombe camp is temporarily relocating for Easter 2020 to John Hampton Grammar School.
We will be offering the Barracudas activity programme at this location which includes our 80+ activities delivered by our outstanding High Wycombe staff team. Main facilities include:
John Hampton Grammar School, Marlow Hill, High Wycombe HP11 1SZ.
Barracudas offers fun kids activities in High Wycombe for children aged from 4 ½ to 14 years. Based at Wycombe Abbey, set in 160 acres of magnificent conservation listed grounds, right in the centre of town, with outstanding facilities and features including:
Standard hours are from 8.30am-5.30pm, with the option to extend these hours from 8.00am-6.00pm with our Early and Late Clubs.
Book 2 or more children/weeks in the same season and receive a further £10 off the current weekly rate.
*Excludes Easter. Discount will automatically apply when more than 1 child/week is booked on a single booking
Book between 5-9 day passes for £38 per day. Just enter ST5 in the promotions box
Book 10 or more day passes for £36 per day. Just enter ST10 in the promotions box
Book 15 or more day passes for £34 per day. Just enter ST15 in the promotions box
**Applicable for days booked within a single season e.g. Easter only or summer only
Please note High Wycombe camp is open for 3 days only for the first week of Easter, from 6th to 8th April.
See below for availability
Barracudas is a working parents dream - great hours are offered, security is tight, care of children outstanding and communication excellent! Above and beyond all that is going to work safe in the knowledge your child will have an absolutely fantastic time making friends and trying new and varied activities! Lucy
Amazing! Did recommend a friend who already booked & everybody I know who's suitable I've recommended too! Verity
My daughter is only 4.5yrs old so I was really nervous about putting her into camp for such a long day, but she had a great time & would have happily stayed a lot longer!! Beverley