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  1. Wheelchair Skills Holiday Club

    From: Whizz-Kids

    Free Wheelchair Skills Clubs: These clubs are for young people who want a safe space to practice, and we offer them to wheelchair users between 2 and 25 years.  This club is open to all, meaning that those full, part time and occasional wheelchair users;...

  2. St John’s Deaf Community Centre

    We, St John's Deaf Community Centre opened in February 2011 and have since grown from strength to strength with various sections set up for children and adults under one umbrella 'St John's Deaf Club.' Please look through our website for information and...

  3. CARIS Haringey's M.A.N project - monthly meet up for children, young people & their families

    From: CARIS Haringey

    Introducing M.A.N ‘Men Are Needed’ Our aim is to develop a community of positive male role models that can support our future generation Are you a parent that wants your child to be involved in activities led by positive male role models? You may be a...

  4. SUMMER SUN FEST

    From: Haringey Youth Space

    24 July – 18 August 2017 For more information please call Bruce Grove Youth Space on 020 8493 1003 or Akin Akintola on 07870 157 613 AGE: 11 – 19 (25 WITH SEN)   MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY   Skateboarding Workshop Table Tennis     2-4pm...

  5. Haringey Shed

    The Haringey Shed inclusive theatre provide workshops after school in various locations east and west of the borough on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays for children aged 7-10 years and young people aged 11-16 years old. They also provide full time summer...

  6. Free Youth Club for Wheelchair users

    From: Whizz-Kids

    Free Youth Clubs: These clubs are for people who want to meet up and try new activities with other young people, and are for wheelchair users aged between 8 and 25 years (all London young wheelchair users welcome). Most of the young people who attend...

  7. Arca Generation

    ARCA generation is a non-profit organization which aims to fight social deterioration by developing the skills of young people, thus allowing them to build a new future for themselves and contribute to the growth of their own community and generation.

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