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Wigton Wombles

Wigton wombles is an after school provision for young people aged 8+ Inspired by the original Wombles the group collect and recycle litter in creative ways. Wigton Wombles identify local areas to clean up and promote the benefits of looking after their local environment. 
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Winter Sports Accessible Resort Guide

Winter sports are becoming more accessible than ever before. But finding the right place or an activity when you’re living with a life-changing or challenging condition can be tough. Try our tool to find sports and resorts in Europe that are tailored to your needs.…
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Worried about Autism? Sessions provided by Owl Blue

Advice on all aspects of autism regardless of official diagnosis. Sessions can be tailored to families, professionals, volunteer groups, schools and working environments. Advice will be given by Amanda Denwood BA, PGCE, NPQH, PG Cert (Autism Support Cumbria). These confidential sessions can be held face-to-face…

Yewtots Parent & Toddler

Join our Parent & Toddler Group every Monday & Friday from 9:00am to 11:30am. This session costs £2.50 for toddlers and only 50p for every additional sibling. Lots of fantastic toys to keep the little one's occupied. A healthy snack for children is provided at…
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Younger Generations Project

The Younger Generations project is for children and young people aged 0-19 living with a visual impairment. Our aim is to provide opportunities for visually impaired children and young people, such as running activities which may not always be provided and available ordinarily.  We hope…
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