Thanks to support and funding from Sanctuary Housing, a range of local organisations have come together to offer exciting summer activities across the Bay for community members of all ages.
News: August 2015
With this year’s Great British Bake Off well underway, Torbay residents are set to showcase their own baking prowess at the Growing Connections project thanks to Sanctuary Housing and Play Torbay, giving them the chance to take part in Cook for Life sessions.
Active youngsters in Chester have been learning new dance moves and sports skills during their summer holidays with the support of Sanctuary Housing.
Children and parents are taking part in a magical trail and discovering doors leading to fairy homes in Blacon’s Nature Park.
An £8 million housing development has been given the seal of approval by Plymouth Sutton and Devonport MP Oliver Colvile.
Young people in Liverpool are enjoying a taste of the great outdoors during their summer holidays with a range of fun outdoor activities supported by Sanctuary Housing.
Young residents have been giving back and getting involved in the Shiregreen community through Sheffield Wednesday FC’s National Citizenship Service (NCS) programme.
A free landscaping, construction and horticulture course is being offered to local residents looking for work, thanks to Sanctuary Housing and Groundwork Cambridge & Peterborough.
Residents in Blacon are taking part in free multi-sports sessions including football, cricket, rounders and dodgeball as part of a programme to get people energised over the summer.
The Sunshine Centre is set to host a jam-packed fun day as they invite residents to Princess Diana Park for their Summer Fest.