Free Play for Children Facing Social Exclusion

Birmingham Freedom Project and Parks for Play are cooperating to provide free summer play for children who are at risk of being socially excluded at St Bede’s church, Brandwood as part of Birmingham’s Healthy Happy Holidays. program.  The sessions run on Tuesdays 6, 13 and 20 August 10.30am – 1pm and offer fabulous free play and healthy food to some of the children who most face stress and social isolation.

Birmingham Freedom Project delivers awareness and empowerment programmes for women affected by domestic abuse.  Parks for Play has 14 years experience of connecting communities through play in parks, streets and clubs which includes children and young people who face social exclusion through disability or through mental health, or any other, additional need.

Happy Healthy Holidays is funded by Department of Education and run in Birmingham by Sport Birmingham, the Accord Group and The Active Wellbeing Society to provide physical activity and healthy food for city children most in need during the summer break.  For further details of the sessions see the attached leaflet and to enquire about booking places, email Parks for Play or phone 0121 4414682