An after school hours club which provides a safe environment for children and young people with a disability of all abilities to interact and have fun.


How does the service work?All sessions are led by a highly motivated team of play workers. They begin with a “welcome circle” to see how everyone is doing, followed by a period of play.

Activities provided vary: including arts and crafts, trips out (library/park/shop), film nights, beauty nights (hair/nails), sports (indoors/outdoors), computer games, music, and lots more!

A two course meal is provided at 17:00 where everyone sits down together to eat. Squash/water is available throughout the session. (we are able to cater for dietary requirements/administer medication)

After dinner there is more time to play before going home.  

Each session costs £8.50 with payment required in advance or at the session. 

Subject to availability, transport can be arranged for children to be collected from local schools and dropped off at home. (There is an additional £1.25 charge for this.)

What does the service provide?

Attending the clubs provides the child/young person with the opportunity to have increased interaction with theirs peers and the chance to make some new friends. This is turn increases their independence. And not forgettting, FUN and lots of laughter. For the parent/family it provides them with some valuable respite time whilst the child/young person is at the club.

Who can attend?

Children and young people with a disability aged between 8 and 19. (The Friday session is for children and young people aged between 13 and 19). 

When is it on?

Day Time (Term time only)
Monday Closed
Tuesday 4pm - 7 pm
Wednesday 4pm - 7pm
Thursday 4pm - 7pm
Friday 4pm - 7pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


How to access this service?

Parents and families can self refer their children to this service using the contact details below. 


Contact

Emma Pritchard on 01522 542937