Some of our young people wanted to be able to buy something that shows that they are members of Friends for Leisure. So we have found some wristbands that will be for sale at our group activities. Let us know if you’d like one to be saved for you. We are requesting a minimum donation […]
You can see the Parent Carer Information and Support Service newsletter for February by clicking here.
Drug Proof Your Kids (DPYK) is a 6 week course that will give you the knowledge, information and confidence that you need to understand and talk to your children about the risks and consequences of alcohol and drug use. Click here to see the information we’ve received about a course which starts on 16 March […]
Click the images to see what activities Everybody Sport and Recreation are offering for carers and young people during half-term, February and March.
Have your say on independent living Independence charity, Scope, are conducting a survey about young disabled people’s experiences of using public services to live independently. The results will inform their research for the Department of Health and provide evidence for their social care policy work. If you’re eligible to take the survey, they want to hear from you. […]
Our volunteers are fundamental to the way Friends for Leisure works. Abi, our Volunteer Coordinator, makes sure that they are all offered the best volunteering experience and support, which includes training. Cheshire East Council have just contacted us to say that our request for funds to help us deliver the training has been successful, for which we thank […]
Jude Theatre have exciting news about the return of their fabulous free drama workshops to Congleton. These workshops are for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities who reside in Cheshire and who are between 18 and 30 years old. If you support or know of anyone who would benefit or might be interested in taking part, […]