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Looking Forward Activities run a number of groups that are mainly outcome based. Everything we do is focused on creating great results for people with learning disabilities/difficulties Workshops include; Healthy Eating - opportunity to cook healthy meals and dine out Staying Safe Self More…
An ideal starter walk, at a pace to suit all, taking in the Caldy Valley Nature Park. Meeting at the Café in Sainsbury’s superstore on Caldy Valley Road, CH3 5QJ. Please note: On the first Wednesday of each month, this group meets at the Ring o’ Bells, Village Road, Christleton, CH3 7AS at 10:30am. More…
Sainsburys Supermarkets LtdCaldy Valley RoadGreat BoughtonChesterCH3 5QJ
Alistair on 07767113136.
Meeting Point: Inside Castle Park House, Frodsham Castle Park, Frodsham, WA6 6SE. Please note: On the last Wednesday of each month this group meets at Frodsham Community Centre WA6 7QN. Start time: 10.30am Duration: 1.5 - 2hrs
Castle Park HouseCastle ParkFrodshamWA6 6SE
A gentle walk around the Marbury park area. Meeting Point in the morning at Marbury Park Rangers’ Cabin, CW9 6AT. Start time: 10.00am Duration: 2hrs
Marbury Hall NurseriesMarbury ParkMarburyNorthwichCW9 6AT
This walk goes into the estuary and sometimes the woods. There are some hills and paths which may be muddy. This walk is not suitable for absolute beginners. Meeting point: Ness Gardens car park, Ness CH64 4AY at 10:30am Duration: 1.5hrs
Ness Botanic Gardens, Ness GardensNeston RoadNessNestonCH64 4AY
There are slight inclines on this walk and participants are recommended to wear sturdy shoes. Meeting Point: Rivacre Valley, Ranger Cabin, Riveracre Road, CH66 2UQ at 10:30am Duration: 1.5hrs
Ranger CabinRivacre Valley,Riveracre RoadEllesmere PortCH66 2UQ
The Countess of Chester Country Park Health Walk, approx. 2miles, led by Alistair. Meeting point: Countess of Chester Hospital Country Park Car Park (off Countess Way) at 13:30.
Countess Of Chester Health ParkLiverpool RoadChesterCH2 1UL
Alistair on 07767113136.
Social Skills are the means by which we navigate the social world around us. Children and teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome may have difficulty reading subtle social cues or understanding day-to-day social encounters. They may get easily frustrated and they don't have the coping skills to More…
Wolverham Community CentreCheltenham RoadEllesmere PortCH65 5DS
0333 323 1990
Norris RoadBlaconChesterCH1 5DZ
Nothing quite beats the smell and taste of handmade bread! In our community bread making sessions people of all ages and abilities share together in learning a new skill and taking home some amazing bread. We like to share what they make with neighbours, family, friends or the foodbank. We also swap More…
Wesley Methodist Church, 8St. John StreetChesterCH1 1DA