The Bristol Family Cycling Centre in Whitchurch is fully inclusive and enables the whole family to participate in cycling. We have exclusive use of the track at 11.30am for 45 mins with instructors if we need them. Choose from a plethora of cycles, trikes, wheelchair accessible bikes, side-by-side tandems. This is also Fathers Day weekend and would make a lovely family outing. Please note that all visitors will need to book a ticket whether they are participating or spectating. We…Find out more »
Ever wanted to try riding? -then come and 'have-a go' Enjoy a morning of fun, learn to look after and ride a pony. Suitable for complete beginners ages 5+ Lend a riding hat to use on the day Lots of suitable ponies and horses Riding for the Disabled The session are run by the centre's instructors who have a wide range of qualifications, expertise and experience and can cope with children of all ages and experience. www.severnvale-equestrian.com Severnvale Equestrain Centre…Find out more »
We have teamed up with Mojo Active to offer our younger KS2 members aged 6-10 a morning of fun. We will be tree climbing and doing another fun activity, chosen by Mojo. Drop off for 9.30am and pick up 12.30pm. Parents/carers are welcome to join us for a coffee from 11.45am.Find out more »
We have teamed up with our friends at Mojo Active to offer our KS3 and KS4 members who are living with a hearing loss, a day of adventure on Wednesday 11th August, drop off for 9.30 and pick up at 3.30pm. This day is sure to push you out of your comfort zone, building confidence and resilience. We have listened to our youngsters and have made the decision for this event to be exclusive to them, so no siblings and…Find out more »
Join us for a fun filled day surrounded by animals on Wednesday 18th August. From elephants and lions to rabbits and guinea pigs, there are vast array of different animals to see and plenty to do at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm. Please note that some indoor play areas may be closed due to covid.Find out more »
FOR ALL EVENTS
It is essential that all of our events and activities are enjoyable, welcoming and inclusive to all and we rely on all of our families who attend to ensure this is the case. For all our family events parents will be expected to be responsible for their children at all times to ensure we have a respectful, safe and inclusive environment. If there are any concerns or anyone does not feel this is the case please approach either staff or trustees who will always be available at all events.
FOR NEW FAMILIES
If it is your first time attending an event or you don’t know anyone else attending, please let the organisers know and they will link you with another parent as part of our buddy system.
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