09:12AM, Wednesday 10 April 2013
Plate-spinning and scarf-juggling were among the activities enjoyed at Claires Court Holiday Club in Maidenhead yesterday.
Berkshire-based entertainers Circus Scene visited children at the College Avenue site for a fun-filled circus skills workshop which also included soft diabolos, dancing styx and unicycles.
The activities help improve hand-eye co-ordination and concentration as well as training up potential clowns of the future.
Also on offer at the holiday club this Easter were sport and drama clubs, art and craft sessions, a music technology workshop, a Doctor Who-themed day and more.
Rachel Sellman, holiday club co-ordinator, said: "A great time was had by all and we are looking forward to the next holiday when there will be plenty more fun to be had."
Visit www.clairescourt.com for details.
See more photos from the circus workshop below
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