Big Norfolk Holiday Fun Providers

Become a Big Norfolk Holiday Fun provider

Big Norfolk Holiday Fun (BNHF) is a programme designed to help children and young people in Norfolk get active and have fun over the holidays. The programme is Norfolk’s response to the Holiday Activities and Food programme.

We recruit local activity providers to get involved, and make a difference to the lives of children who could benefit most. In return, you’ll receive funding for delivering activities over the school holidays.

The aim of BNHF is to encourage children to be more active over the holidays. It also plays a vital role in helping young people to understand the role physical activity and nutrition has on health.

This page is for new providers to sign up. If you’re an existing provider, visit the Provider Knowledge Hub.

Step one: What do I need to do to sign up?

The Big Norfolk Holiday Fun programme is Norfolk’s biggest holiday programme. We’re inviting all activity providers across Norfolk to take part!

Activity providers across the county put on sessions to provide local children with enriching and engaging opportunities over the holidays.

In order to take part, we ask you meet the following criteria:

If you meet all the above criteria, simply fill in the form below to sign up. We will then send you an application pack.

Step two: Sign up to become a Big Norfolk Holiday Fun provider

Want to take part in the Big Norfolk Holiday Fun programme? Whether you offer physical activity, creative activities, cultural sessions or anything else, we want to hear from you.

We’re also looking for local schools who are willing to take part. This can be through running your own activities, promoting the event, or even lending out your facilities and hosting others.

Applications for the winter programme have now closed, but you can sign up for future Big Norfolk Holiday Fun programmes! Fill in the form below and our team will get back to you to start your application.

    Big Norfolk Holiday Fun programme is run by Active Norfolk in partnership with Norfolk County Council, with funding provided by the Department of Education.