Local disability charity Papworth Trust will run a holiday club for disabled young people in March and Wisbech during the Easter half term.
Called Fun United, the holiday club will give young disabled people aged 11-19 years the opportunity to make new friends and have fun. Every day there will be range of activities to choose from including activities like making cupcakes, art and crafts and sports. There will be also be a special visit from Fenland Exotic Animals, so the young people can meet lizards, dragons and snakes.
The holiday club will be held on the following dates: 2, 5, 9 and 12 April. The young people will need to bring their own packed lunch and there is a voluntary contribution of £5 a day.
As well as the holiday club, Papworth Trust also runs a weekly youth clubs across Cambridgeshire.
Alison Whitaker, youth sessional worker for Papworth Trust, said, “The youth clubs are a great place for young people to get together and enjoy games, arts and crafts, karaoke, music and other activities – and most importantly have some fun. If you’d like to find out more, please just get in touch.”
The holiday club will be held at 2 different venues with minibus transport provided between them: Queen Mary Centre Wisbech and the Marwick Centre in March.
To find out more, please call Alison on 0758523250, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to www.papworth.org.uk/youthclubs