Wednesday June 20th 2018
From drama to days out, sports to sensory garden workshops, a summer fun programme for children with additional support needs is jam-packed with inclusive activities.
Midlothian Council children’s services has worked with partner agencies to devise a menu of summer activities for parents to choose what best meets their children’s over the summer holidays.
Midlothian Council’s cabinet member for children’s services, Councillor Jim Muirhead said:
“We know from a recent VOCAL survey that families are looking for lots of local activities that work for them.
“Our staff and partner agencies have worked really hard to come up with an inclusive programme to cater for all tastes and abilities – whether you love to craft or are happier playing a sport.
“I think the programme is so varied that there might be quite a lot of demand so get onto our website now to find out more, including how to book.”
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