Tennis coaching and street art workshops part of charity Papworth Trust’s Wisbech holiday club line-up
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A charity for people with disabilities is putting on a half-term holiday club where youngsters with additional needs and their siblings can pick up new skills.
Activities on offer at the club, run by the Papworth Trust at the Queen Mary Centre in Wisbech, will include a graffiti workshop and tennis coaching.
On Tuesday May 26 there will be a street art workshop, while tennis coaching is on offer on Friday May 29.
The Papworth Trust has been running holiday clubs across the East of England called Fun United since 2001.
One teenager’s mum, Gillian Fitzgerald, said: “As parents it was lovely to leave our children in pleasant, welcoming surroundings confident that they would enjoy their day.
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“It was wonderful to see the newly found confidence and skills they had acquired in such a short space of time.”
The clubs are suitable for young people aged 11 and over. Sessions cost £5 per day and run from 10am to 3pm.
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For more information or to book a place, please call 0800 952 5000 or email: email@example.com