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Mappa Building, Community Centre, 1 Coates Street, Bradford, BD5 7DL

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Starts: Fri, 24 May 2019

Ends: Thu, 18 Apr 2019

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Bradford PHAB Club

What does it do?
The aim of Bradford PHAB is to promote and encourage people of all abilities to come together on equal terms, to achieve complete inclusion within the wider community. This includes promoting and encouraging the self-confidence and independence of young people of all abilities through a range of diverse activities and projects. We have a large group of children and young people both with and without disabilities and we provide a wide range of activities for them to access. The participants are transported to and from the club each week. We also provide supervision and support to the children and young people and offer a break from everyday life with a chance to mix with and make new friends. Our unpaid volunteers include those that work, professionally, with individual disabled children and thus understand their needs and are able to make informed decisions to best achieve positive outcomes for them.

Who is it for?
We do not have an age range our youngest members are 4 yrs old if you are able to attend you are more than welcome. We cater for both Able Bodied and Disabled Group members.

How do I access it?
Bradford PHAB Club runs every Wednesday Evening during School Term Time although we organise many events/trips during the Summer months. We are based in West Bowling in Bradford at the MAPPA Centre, Coates Street, BD5 7DL

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