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Ladywell Centre, 148Dressington AvenueLondonSE4 1JF
We would like to warmly invite you to our inclusive cycling sessions. In a relaxed atmosphere, with support from qualified instructors and experienced volunteers, you’ll rediscover cycling or learn for the first time. No balance nor previous experience necessary. We have tricycles, hand cycles, side-by-side tandems as well as standard bicycles. Fun guaranteed.
Whizz-Kidz offer a range of services for young wheelchair users, helping them lead fun and active childhoods while preparing them for an independent future. Some of these services include: - Mobility equipment provision- Wheelchair Skills Training - Travel Training- Our Clubs provide access to a whole range of activities from sports to performing arts- Work Placements and skills sessions- Campaigning activities to give young wheelchair users a stronger voice in society. Where some of the activities may not be on your doorstep,…
Willow Dene SchoolSwingate LaneLondonSE18 2JD
Willowdene Primary School offer a Short Breaks play scheme for primary-aged children, with outdoor play, on-site swimming, arts & crafts, soft play, forest school and local trips. The sessions take place on Saturdays throughout the year from 9.30am – 1.30pm, and for 2 weeks during the summer holidays from 9.15am – 3.15pm. How can they help my child? Willow Dene are a specialist primary school and are able to offer high levels of support from experienced and qualified staff members. Children can take part in a range of exciting and stimulating…
331 Shooters HillWelling,KentDA16 3RP
Woodlands Farm is an 89 acre working city farm. Children and young people can find out about farming life and experience the countryside, including livestock. The farm encourages school visits, has a toddler club and activities in school holidays. It also offers educational and volunteering opportunities for young people to develop their knowledge and experience of farm work and farm management.
The DockyardWoolwich Church StreetWoolwichSE18 5PQ
The YMCA Youth Club provides a range of activities and support for young people aged 8-21 years (including the A2B Programme for young people aged 16-19 years old). Activities include: Sports activities Digital media Roller skating Healthy eating sessions Pool Table tennis Street safety workshops Day trips and residentials Information and advice sessions The YMCA Programme A2B offers qualifications in English, Maths,…
This year we have put together an excellent online summer offer and hope you will encourage your children and young people to be a part of this years' Greenwich summer fun - online. Current COVID Situation Understanding that many families and young people will be spending more time outside, our online summer programme addresses this by delivering highly engaging and popular activities during the late mornings and early afternoons, before most young people will go out with their family. Whilst some families will be enjoying the…
Head Office, The ValleyFloyd RoadLondonSE7 8BL
CACT has delivered the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s universal youth provision, Young Greenwich, since April 2012. Young Greenwich is where you can have fun, meet new friends, learn new skills and fulfil your potential if you’re 10 to 19 years old or up to 25 if you have special education needs and disabilities.