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97 Cantwell RoadLondonSE18 3LL
The Women's Network for Social Change function as a bridge builder between the families of disabled children, vulnerable families and carers, identifying the gap that may exist in the communication between services available and service users. Thus aiming to be a first point of call for the families, by gathering information about their needs and directing them straight to the relevant services.
Mycenae House, 90Mycenae RoadLondonSE3 7SE
Woodcraft Folk is an educational movement for children and young people, which aims to develop self-confidence and activity in society, with the aim of building a world based on equality, friendship, peace and co-operation. Activities include a varied programme of crafts, noisy games, drama, badgework, crafts and singing. There is also a strong focus on hiking, hostelling and camping at weekends and holiday periods. Children are divided into age groups. 0-5s are Woodchips; children age 6-9 are known as Elfins; young people aged 10-12 are Pioneers; young…
331 Shooters HillWelling,KentDA16 3RP
Woodlands Farm is an 89 acre working city farm. Children and young people can find out about farming life and experience the countryside, including livestock. The farm encourages school visits, has a toddler club and activities in school holidays. It also offers educational and volunteering opportunities for young people to develop their knowledge and experience of farm work and farm management.
Defiance WalkWoolwich DockyardWoolwichLondonSE18 5QL
The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities, and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities. Born in 2016, the Woolwich and Plumstead Roses are the official Women's Institute of SE18. Like all WIs, we're a mixture of ages and backgrounds and we meet monthly on the first Thursday of the month from 7.30pm. Our goal is to…
Petts StreetWoolwichLondonSE18 5NZ
Adventure playgrounds are unique and special play spaces, with many fantastic benefits to children and young people. They can be the first place where many children learn to climb, jump, swing and hang helping them to build strength, coordination and balance. Woolwich Adventure Play Centre has a great collection of rope swings, walk ways, zip wires and much more. Children have fun, while challenging themselves in a safe but testing environment. For rainy days there is an indoor play area where children can participate in arts…