The nights are drawing in earlier, it’s the end of the summer and there is a chill in the air as we approach autumn. With October half-term on the horizon, parents will soon start planning activities for their families.
Perhaps you are currently planning a half-term camp and are looking for ways to improve your offering? It’s an exciting prospect, but it’s important to make sure that you can enjoy the process too.
If you are looking for ways to reduce the amount of time you spend on administration for your October half-term camp whilst also staying ahead of the curve, look no further!
Online Booking For Your Autumn Half Term Camps
Participant provide an online booking system enabling event organisers to take their bookings online. We provide a tried-and-tested solution to multiple summer camps as well as half-terms and Easter events and have received fantastic feedback from our customers.
Helping you to manage your registrations, our solution is perfect for half-term camps enabling your customers to book online within minutes. Simply share your registration page on social media and on your website and watch your bookings come rolling in 24/7.
Benefit from the ability to invite participants to future camps thus helping you to drive repeat custom for your events.
How do I start?
It is incredibly quick to set up a booking page for your camps, simply create an account on Participant and you will have immediate access to set up your form and start accepting bookings online.
Our support team is on-hand to assist you with any queries and you can also request a copy of our user-guide.
How does it benefit me?
The sooner you start advertising your half-term camp online, the faster you’ll fill up spaces and build up a base of attendees.
Making it as easy as possible for parents to register means that you’ll be the first camp they find online whilst also securing their custom immediately. Providing the ability to book online is a sure-fire way of staying ahead of similar half-term offerings and guaranteeing that you know your attendee numbers well in advance of the session.