TWO youngsters enjoyed an action-packed week away during the summer holidays thanks to the support of Malvern Hills Round Table.

The Round Table club provided funding for the two youngsters to enjoy a “Superweek” summer camp organised by Malvern-based charity ATE (The Active Training and Education Trust).

ATE runs the seven or 10-day camps for more than 500 children from across the country every year. Director Chris Green said: “Both ATE and Round Table hope this co-operation can continue, so more young people from disadvantaged homes in Malvern can have the opportunity to spend time in a happy holiday session away from home,” he said.

Malvern Hills Round Table meets fortnightly and is open to men aged 18 to 45. For more information visit For more information about ATE visit