Holiday club for special-needs children and their families

July 28 2016

Golden Hill Community Garden have received funding from Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership to run 'Wellbeing Fun' and SEND a Welcome.

Golden Hill Community Garden have received funding from Bishopston, Cotham and Redland Neighbourhood Partnership to run 'Wellbeing Fun' and SEND a Welcome. 

Lucy Clements, said: “We are thrilled. This funding will help support Inclusive Family Holiday Adventure Days for families with a child or children with special educational needs or a disability and their siblings.”

The aim of these days is to provide an opportunity for siblings, who may not get the chance to share holiday club activities together, to experience all of the outdoor delights that Golden Hill Community Gardens has to offer. These will be accessible, fun-packed, days with sensory trails, treasure hunts, den building, silly games, cooking, singing and music, pizza from the frog clay oven and all sorts of garden wonders.   

Inclusive Family Holiday Adventure Days will take place on Thursday 4 and August 18, between 11am and 3pm. 

The Garden will also be running Golden Fun Adventure Days for 5-12 year olds throughout the summer holiday. Booking in advance with the garden is essential, see ghcgarden@gmail.com