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Dance class for all age ranges and abilities. BATD qualified teachers, fully insured and DBS checked. Fun, family run class teaching Freestyle, street, contemporary, commercial and jazz styles. Encourages pupils to progress in ability, self esteem and confidence through a love of dance. Fun for all ages. Saturdays mornings (Term time only) 10am -12pm
Sign up now for the experience of a lifetime - Vision England is an exciting residential programme for 14-17 year olds with vision impairment. Build your confidence and independence, learn new skills, have fun and make lifelong friends. Sign up now at rnib.org.uk/vision-england There’ll be lots of great activities, which might include: • Conservation activities• Hiking• Climbing• Wildlife walks• Bushcraft• Canoeing
Greenwich High RoadWest GreenwichLondonSE10 8NN
West Greenwich Library is located in the heart of West Greenwich. This modern facility has free Wi-fi and computer access for the community along with a wide range of books, videos and music for adults and children. It provides dedicated teenage and children’s sections as well as study areas and self issue points. West Greenwich Library also has its own art gallery which displays the work of local artists on a rolling programme. The art work is visible for all to enjoy and individual pieces are usually available to purchase. Books for loan…
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…
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…
35Wellington StreetWoolwichLondonSE18 6HQ
Woolwich Centre Library is situated in the heart of Woolwich in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. This modern facility is conveniently located close to the town centre, making it an accessible library for all to use. Books for loan DVD's Computers WiFi Adult Activities Children's activities Newspapers and magazines Mobile Library Ebooks - Overdrive Libraries are places for everyone to use and enjoy.…
Head Office, The ValleyFloyd RoadLondonSE7 8BL
CACT has delivered the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s universal youth provision, Young Greenwich, since April 2012. Young Greenwich is where you can have fun, meet new friends, learn new skills and fulfil your potential if you’re 10 to 19 years old or up to 25 if you have special education needs and disabilities.
Greenwich & Lewisham Young Peoples Theatre, 51-53Woolwich New RoadLondonSE18 6ES
Do you like coming up with performance ideas? Do you like improvisation? Do you like working on a story and a script with other young people? Would you like to perform your ideas for an audience? Then why not join the 11 to 14 group!