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Contact Details

Telephone

01535 607038

Address

The Phoenix Special School, Braithwaite Avenue , Keighley, BD22 6HZ

Start Date

24/05/2019

Ongoing?

Yes

Website

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Event Details

Starts: Fri, 24 May 2019

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Beckfoot Phoenix School Stay & Play

What does it do?
Gives children, siblings and families the chance to have fun using the sensory room, soft play room, hydrotherapy, rebound room, sensory garden, bicycles and track, outdoor play equipment, food technology, quiet spaces and other activities including messy play and arts and crafts.

Who is it for?
Open to all families from Keighley and the surrounding area who have a child or children of any age who have special needs and their siblings.

How do I access it?
Stay & Play sessions run during February, Easter, May and Summer school holidays. Each play session costs £4 for one child and £1 extra for any other child you bring. There is a £5 yearly membership cost. If you would like to do popular activities such as rebound, hydrotherapy sessions and swimming is advisable to book early. On the day families can buy food and drinks from the café area or are welcome to bring a packed lunch.

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