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The Huddleston Centre

The Huddleston Centre provides fun creative and recreational activities for disabled young people aged 9-17years during the mid-term and holidays breaks as part of its short breaks holidays activities, to enable users and the families to play active role and participate in their communities, and at the same time give respite to their parents/carers. 

Typical activities are: days out to theme parks; adventure playground; visits to farms, sports activities e.g. cycling, swimming, boat rides and exercises; healthy eating classes; arts and crafts; etc.

We also provide transport services to pick users from and drop them off at their homes

Huddleston Centre provides fun creative and recreational activities for disabled young people aged 9-17years during the mid-term and holidays breaks as part of its short breaks holidays activities, to enable users and the families to play active role and participate in their communities, and at the same time give respite to their parents/carers.

 

Typical activities are: days out to theme parks; adventure playground; visits to farms, sports activities e.g. cycling, swimming, boat rides and exercises; healthy eating classes; arts and crafts; etc.

 

We also provide transport services to pick users from and drop them off at their homes

Who to contact

Contact Name
Niema Macfoy (Director)
Telephone
020 8985 9089
E-mail
info@huddlestoncentre.org.uk
Website
The Huddleston Centre

Where to go

Address
St Barnabas Church
Homerton High Street
London
Postcode
E9

Other Details

Costs

Details
Members/Users pay £20 termly towards the youth clubs activities. Users can use their short breaks Individual Budgets to access our holiday scheme activities at the below hourly rates: - £8/hr low needs (i.e. £8x6 = £48 per/day) - £24/hr high needs users (i.e. £24x6 = £144per/day)

Availability

Age Ranges
9-12
13-19
20+

Local Offer

Description

Our services offer disabled children and young people 9-25years and with SEND

Parents/carers do not need to stay with and support their child during the activities except those who need carers to enable them participate fully.

Develop self-esteem, confidence, resilience and social skills to deal with their peers and others; and users parents/carers get respite and develop relationship with a support network of parents/carers going through similar situations and themselves.

Contact Name
Shyvonne Thomas
Local Offer Age Bands
Secondary (11 to 16)
Primary (5 to 11)
SEN Provision Type
Specialist
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