Young People

Whether you’re aged 5 or 21, there’ll be something for you

Whatever your age, there are lots of things to do and ways to have fun…

Under 12?
Sports classes, music, dance, brownies, cub scouts…if there’s something going on nearby that you want to take part in, tell us about it! Once we’ve spoken to you (and your parent or carer) about it, we’ll do our best to find a buddy to go with you (it can sometimes take a while to find the right person though, so please be patient).

12 to 21?
We want to find out all about you and what you enjoy doing most. And whether you prefer something organised like sports training or drama or just want someone to hang around and go for a coffee or a walk with, we’ll try to find you a friend who’ll meet up with you from time to time.

We organise all sorts of activities too – click here to see the diary of our activities. Click an activity to see the details.

Friends for Leisure, Everybody Sport and Recreation, Cheshire Centre for Independent Living, Oakhanger Project and HANFA have worked together to put on a summer of activities for disabled young people in Cheshire East. Take a look at the summer flyer here. All of the Friends for Leisure activities are highlighted in yellow boxes.

The new September – December flyer is available to view here:

Young People’s Registration form in .pdf format

Young People’s Registration form in Word format

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