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By GreaterSport | 01 February 2018 | TAGS: februaryhalfterm, halfterm

Inspiring healthy lifestyles are running a series of activity sessions delivered by qualified, experienced staff. Sessions offer those aged 5-19 years the chance to meet new people and have fun in a safe environment.

Dance and Cheerleading – sessions deliver dance, cheerleading and movement to music activities to allow young people to express their creativity. Open to any young person with any physical, sensory or learning difficulties and individuals with autism.

Rebound Therapy – 1-1 sessions on a trampoline to develop social and communication skills as well as core stability, balance and general fitness. Open to any young person with any physical, sensory or learning difficulties and individuals with autism (hoists are available at some sites if required).

Wheels for All – Adapted cycling sessions using a range of bikes and trikes (provided). Open to any young person with any physical, sensory or learning difficulties and individuals with autism.

Sessions are payable on the day, if you book a place and fail to attend you will still be expected to pay.

See the session details below.

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