All Active Camps, formerly known as All Active Sports, ran its first school holiday camp at Eversfield School in Solihull during the Easter holidays of 2005. Set up by Richard Webb and professional rugby player Mark Evans, the aim was always to create an active and fun experience for girls and boys in a safe environment where parents could drop off their children each day in total confidence. In 2012, Marc Webb (Richards son) took over the operation of All Active Camps but with the continued involvement of both Richard and Jayne Webb (Child Welfare, Art Lead and Administration) making it truly a family business.
Since 2005, All Active Camps has grown from strength to strength making it probably the most well established and popular camp in the area having welcomed literally thousands of different children over the years. This experience has been invaluable in helping to develop the programmes and types of activities that we offer to the kids, as well as ensuring we meet the highest standards of child protection. All Active Camps are Ofsted registered.
At All Active Camps we aim to have a positive social impact in the local community as well as continuing to be more considerate to our environment all the time.
All Active Camps commitment to sustainability
- We promise to plant enough tree's each year to offset the carbon emissions caused by travelling to and from our camps by all children and parents plus our staff.
- Continually increase the levels of recycling. Particular emphasis to be placed on the recycling of plastic and paper/card.
- To reduce waste as much as possible.
- The provision of free sporting sessions for children and young adults with learning difficulties. This will be carried out through our partnership with Social Life Opportunities Solihull.
- The organisation of Junior Sport Festivals across the borough aimed at giving local children more opportunities to enjoy the benefits of playing sport.