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Moor Time

We are a charity based in Ilkley dedicated to providing fun and exciting respite activities for young people with additional needs aged 0-25. We have a team of experienced staff so family carers can take a breather, or young people are welcome to come with their regular PA if they prefer (current enhanced DBS certificate and photo ID must be shown on attendance). 

We run a holiday club in the major school holidays, Saturday fun sessions, and supported volunteering for young adults with additional needs. We offer specialist sessions for young people with complex needs. We also run a term time under 5s group that parents and carers attend with their little ones. 

Anyone is welcome at our under 5s group, no diagnosis is required. School age young people must have a diagnosis of an additional need, or be on the pathway to a diagnosis, to attend. 

Moor Time was formerly LS29 Time, part of the LS29 Special Needs Group. We are now an independent charity.

You can join the waiting list for holiday club and Saturday sessions at If you have any questions, please call 07938 641700 or email

For dates of our under 5s group, please contact

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