It’s beginning to look like Halloween at New Beginnings Day Care Centre in Wisbech

New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.

New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.

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A day care centre for people with learning disabilities in Wisbech holding a week-long party to celebrate Halloween.

New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.

New Beginnings is encouraging people to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed cakes and treats.

They also helped to decorate some of the centre’s rooms for the week of scary activities.

Rooms were decked out with ghosts, pumpkins and cobwebs ahead of the seasonal fun.

New Beginnings is a day care centre for adults with disabilities, learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, physical and mental problem and autistic spectrum disorders.

New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.

They have two sensory rooms, a large ball pool, fitness room and activities rooms where various arts and craft take place.

Halloween has caught the imagination of the members for the past few years, with those dressing up in their favourite scary fancy dress and giving rooms a makeover.

New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.New Beginnings is encouraging members to dress up in Halloween costumes as well as enjoy scary-themed rooms.


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