Who we are
We are a small vibrant charity that provides a varied programme of fully inclusive and accessible clubs and social activities for disabled children, young people and adults.
Based at New Scene Centre in Chester, people come from throughout Cheshire, Wirral and North Wales to take part, to make friends and have fun.
Whilst doing so they develop their self-esteem and confidence, improve their physical well-being and develop social, vocational and independent living skills.
As a charity our role is to ensure the safety and enjoyment of those taking part, challenge disadvantage and promote choice and inclusion.
During lockdown we provided zoom sessions for our members to help prevent isolation, these sessions consisted of quizzes, bingo, art sessions with a professional artist, singing sessions with a professionsal musician.
We have continued our socially distanced music sesssions and added our Duke of Edinburgh Award sessions online.
However we have gradually brought back outdoor gardening, cycle and walking sessions in July to September for all ages. As we enter autumn we have now started indoor covid secure sessions with strict low numbers. Our sessions currently consist of our informal education group "moving On" working towards their bronze Gateway Award, arts and craft sessions, cooking sessions, movie evenings, bingo and quiz nights.
We have faced up to the challenge of Covid and continue to need financial support to continue our work.
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