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holiday camp

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(Commerce) Brit a place, esp one at the seaside, providing accommodation, recreational facilities, etc, for holiday-makers
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Sioned Evans, 33, from Caernarfon, suffered a cardiac arrest at the Prestatyn holiday camp on Saturday.
North Wales Police have confirmed that the 33-year-old woman was pronounced dead today after falling ill at the Prestatyn holiday camp.
Multi-Activity Camp | ESM Holiday Camp The Holiday Camp is great for a child who loves all sports Image Credit: Supplied
These children are here for a holiday camp run by Tushinde, a Mathare NGO working closely with 86 families.
Bashar al-Assad's children last year visited a holiday camp in Crimea, the annexed Black Sea peninsula that was part of the former Soviet republic Ukraine.
WHEN Sir Billy Butlin opened the first holiday camp he thought the entertainers looked a bit grey.
|ATHLETICS North East is running an Athletics Holiday Camp - which has a Halloween theme - based at Gateshead College Academy for Sport during the school holidays on October 25-27.
She recalled some great times at Butlins' Middleton Towers holiday camp in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
One of the dining rooms at Butlins Holiday Camp <Bjam-packed for lunch in 1975
But the snaps weren't shot in a Second World War PoW camp like Colditz - rather a 1980 British holiday camp dubbed "Butlitz".
The first Butlins holiday camp was opened in Skegness, Lincolnshire by Sir Billy Butlin in 1936.