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Description of activity

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Dates and times of planned activities

Do parents/carers need to book places for children?

Aguda North West/ Heshel Weiss Centre

3 week project taking place in August where children are taken out on trips from Chester Zoo to Ainsdale Beach.

                                                                                           

Michelle Ciffer, Centre manager:

0161 778 0070

michelle.ciffer@salford.gov.uk

Day trips to different venues – see leaflets.

No

Please see posters here:

Safer Summer Programme

Safer Summer Fun Afternoon

Summer Trips

Safer Summer Launch Event

 

Please note this project is now oversubscribed apart from Splashworld places are all taken.

You Can Community Club

Working with the Salford youth service, sessions will run on Wednesday afternoons at DEANS you providing healthy cooking sessions where young people can learn new skills alongside active physical activities.

gaynor@youcan.me.uk

jillian@youcan.me.uk

info@youcan.me.uk

www.youcan.me.uk

Facebook – You Can Community

Twitter - Youcan Youth

0161 603 6830

The Deans Youth Centre – Swinton

Added a dance to the last session.

Looking at travel training for young people that may require it to support independence.

Wednesday 31st July

11-2pm

Wednesday 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th August

11-2pm

Saturday 10th August

11-3pm

Yes.

Parents to email or visit The Deans centre to complete a consent form.

Liber8 (Christian Brothers)

A week of activities from Monday 29th July – Friday 2nd August, including arts and crafts, swimming, singing, face painting, t-shirt painting, banner making, trip to Bounce Central; etc. The activities will be delivered at St Sebastian’s, morning and afternoon and breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Bernadette Lomax

Bernielomax56@gmail.com

07783904186

St Sebastian’s Community Centre

Gerald Rd

Salford M6 6ES

Trip to The Funhouse in Swinton has been upgraded to a trip to Bounce Central.

All sessions are 9am – 3:30pm

(Breakfast and lunch will be provided)

Monday 29th July

Games and activities followed by T-shirt painting.

Tuesday 30th July

-Team games and singing followed by arts and crafts banner making.

Wednesday 31st July

Swimming trip to Broughton Swimming baths followed by arts and crafts session.

Thursday 1st August

Team games, arts and crafts and face painting.

Friday 2nd August

Trip to Bounce Central in Pendlebury followed by awards and presentations.

Parents/carers need to book a place for their child and complete a consent form giving details of their children including allergies, health issues and contact details.

Booking forms are available from St Sebastian’s Presbytery.

Langworthy Cornerstone

We are providing healthy home cooked meals free of charge Monday - Friday for 5 weeks. Alongside free soup and roll for accompanying parents to encourage participation. The project will encourage access to all our other services such as food club, also reducing waste.

Langworthy Cornerstone

Holiday Lunch Club

451, Liverpool St, Salford, M6 5QQ

0161 212 4400

reception@langworthy

cornerstone.co.uk

www.langworthy

cornerstone.co.uk         

Or find us on Facebook

Langworthy Cornerstone

Chimneypots Café

451 Liverpool St, Salford, M6 5QQ

0161 212 4400

No

Monday – Friday

12 noon – 1:30pm

Monday 29th July – Friday 30th August

 

No, but children need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Scorpio

The project is providing 30 young people the opportunity to take part in a three week activity club based around age appropriate movies. The movies will be broken up with team games and problem solving, first aid and knife prevention training.

info@scorpiocommunity

development.org.uk

Armstrong Hall Lynton Road

Swinton

 Greater  Manchester

 M27 6HD

No

All sessions run from 9am – 3pm

(Breakfast and lunch will be provided) 

Week 1 –  Wednesday 25th – Friday 27th July

Week 2 –  Monday 29th July – Friday 2nd August

Week 3 – Monday 5th August – Friday 9th August

Week 4 – Monday 12th August – Wednesday 14th August

Bookings required.

Places limited to 30.

Bookings to be made via email.

Involved

Bespoke sports club and café for 11-16 year olds. Activities will take place 3 afternoons a week for the duration of the summer holidays.

www.salford

lifestylecentre.co.uk

Salford Lifestyle Centre, Camp Street, Salford, M7 1ZT

No

All sessions runs from 12 noon – 2pm on the:

1st, 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th, 28th, 29th August

3rd, 4th, 5th September

No

Salford Community Leisure

Free/ low cost activities for ages 5-16 living in Little Hulton and Walkden including a climbing wall, rugby, park our, bike track for children aged 10 and above.

What’s On – Summer of Fun in Little Hulton and Walkden (poster)

Youth Unity in the Park (poster)

Play Streets Summer (poster)

Playstreets – jade.munroe@scll.co.uk / natalie.stokes@forhousing.co.uk

 

Youth Unity, Little Hulton – alison.jones@salfordcvs.co.uk

 

There is a partnership leaflets detailing the activities as well as other sessions across Little Hulton and Walkden.

Peel Park, Little Hulton. Bridgewater Youth Club, Sure Start Centre, Little Hulton, Kenyon Residents, Old Lane Resource Centre, Little Hulton Library. Worsley Leisure Centre (closest leisure centre for Little Hulton residents to access)

Cooking demonstrations, education, recipes and lunch are only taking place at Peel Park Play Streets Little Hulton.

 

Swimming offer is only for 25 families from Little Hulton.

 

Smaller bike track at the sessions on Peel Park and less use of the climbing wall.

All sessions run from week commencing 29th July – Friday 20th August (excluding bank holidays)

Youth Unity - Mondays 12:00 – 17:00 – Peel Park aimed at young people aged11+

Play Streets - Mondays 1:00 – 3:00 – Peel Park Pavilion age 5-12 yrs

Play Streets – Tuesdays 12:00 – 14:00 – Kenyon TARA, Hallstead Avenue, age 5-12 yrs

Play Streets – Wednesdays – 7,14,21 August only 10:00 – 12:00 Old Lane Resource Centre, Old Lane, age 5-12 yrs

Play Streets – Thursdays – 13:00 – 15:00 Sure Start Centre, Longshaw Drive age 5-12 yrs

Play Streets – Fridays – 13:30 – 15:30 Bridgewater Youth Club, Bridgewater Street, age 5-12 yrs.

As the swimming is targeted, dates and time will vary.

All sessions are open access.

Westwood and Alder Tara

Delivery of cooking sessions alongside fun and exciting sports, arts and crafts programmes at a number of different venues across Winton.

SCL’s Summer Programme – Chris Smith – 0161 778 0570 or email chris.d.smith@scll.co.uk

 

Westwood Play streets – Gordon Carter – 07534320825

 

Brookhouse Playstreets – Jade Munro – 0161 778 0583

Westwood Play Streets, Westwood Community Centre, Grasmere Crescent, Winton, Eccles, M30 8DN

SCL’s Summer Programme, St Patricks RC High School, 56 New Lane, Eccles, M30 7JJ

 

Brookhouse Play Streets, Buckthorn Lane, M30 7QH

No

SCL Summer Programme 10am till 3pm

Monday to Fridays 29th July to 30th August

Westwood Play Streets 12pm till 3pm

Mondays and Thursdays

29th July, 1st August, 5th August, 8th August, 12th August and 15th August

Brookhouse Play Streets

Wednesdays 1pm till 3pm

31st July, 7th August, 14th August, 21st August

 

SCL Summer Programme – Yes

 

Brookhouse Play Streets – No Just turn up

 

Westwood Play streets – No just turn up

 

Activites supported by the Healthy Holidays Grant Fund, funded by NHS Salford CCG and administered by Salford CVS. 

NHS Salford CCG

Salford CVS
Author: 
Ashley Chapman, Grants and Events Administrator

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