Fit for All springs into action over the Easter holidays with inclusive play and youth services and healthy meals for disabled and vulnerable children at locations across Birmingham. Thanks to support from Government’s Holiday Activities and Food programme, Children’s Quarter members will be running sessions during the Easter school holidays. The sessions make up part of the wider Bring it on Brum initiative which will provide thousands of places for children in Birmingham who are eligible for free school meals during the 2 week Easter break.
Here’s the map of Fit for All Easter holiday provision:
The groups involved in delivering Fit for All this Easter are: Ackers Adventure; Autis Birmingham; Balsall Heath CATS; Birmingham S.E.N.D Socials; Hamstead Hall Academy; Hamilton School; Meriden Adventure Playground; Norton Hall Children and Family Centre; Parks for Play; Resources for Autism; Seven Up Charity; Shining Stars Association; Square Peg Activities; and WE Are – women’s empowerment group. Helping them are: Children’s Quarter – which helps to manage the programme; Creative Active Lives, who provide many of the enrichment activities – anything from circus skills to yoga; and food social enterprise, Change Kitchen, who are supporting the delivery of food and nutrition education.
Find out more at the Fit for All website…