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School's Out: our guide to the country's best summer camps

Custom-designed specialist camps are just what the doctor ordered - and they’re getting more varied all the time

22nd May, 2016
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Gillian Blaney Shorte and Paul Shorte of Artzone Picture: Maura Hickey

As the school holidays loom, the good news for choosy parents is that summer camps around the country are now catering for an ever-growing range of interests.

The prospect of a two or three-month summer break is a joy for children and teenagers across the country. For working parents, however, the holidays mean planning, extra costs and lots of organisation, all of which can be stressful and time-consuming.

Jill Holtz, co-founder of the Mykidstime.com website,...

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