Special Events

Lightfoot Ramblers | Norber Erratics from Clapham

Lightfoot Ramblers | Norber Erratics from Clapham

Saturday, 9th June 2018 10:00 am
6.5 miles. Some hills. Stepp climb ip to the Erratics (optional), but well worth the effort. Led by David and Sandra. Please bring: Strong walking boots Waterproofs Packed lunch Plenty to drink Well behaved dogs are welcome.

ALL IN - Drop In

ALL IN - Drop In

Saturday, 30th June 2018 10:00 am-12:00 pm
All In is for parents and carers of primary aged children with additional needs to meet, chat and support each other; while your child has space to play. There will be a café area in which parents/carers are able to relax and chat whilst your child(ren) is able to access […]

ALL IN - Drop In

ALL IN - Drop In

Saturday, 4th August 2018 10:00 am-12:00 pm
All In is for parents and carers of primary aged children with additional needs to meet, chat and support each other; while your child has space to play. There will be a café area in which parents/carers are able to relax and chat whilst your child(ren) is able to access […]

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