A weekly sports and activities club for young people with disabilities and their families is on offer at K2 Crawley.
Moving Barriers is a local activity session aimed at offering children and young people with disabilities the opportunity to socialise, have fun and keep fit with a variety of activities and team games.
Run by local agencies, including Crawley Borough Council, parents and local residents who themselves have disabilities, the sessions will cater for those aged between 5-16 years old. Those outside the age range who previously attended, will be given help to find alternative services in the town.
Leader of Crawley Borough Council, Councillor Peter Lamb said: “Moving Barriers is a great addition to the range of activity sessions we have on offer for children and young people with disabilities and their families. I am pleased the council is able to support this fantastic service.”
Moving Barriers will take place on Friday evenings from 6-7pm in the Sports Hall at K2 Crawley. The first session is free and afterwards is just £2.50 plus £1 per sibling under the age of 16 (payable on the day, maximum of 3). There is no need to book, just turn up and join in.
For more information see www.crawley.gov.uk/disabilitysport