See the ChalleNGe Nottingham website for details on activities and workshops during the summer holidays
A packed programme of free and affordable activities has been planned for the school summer holidays to keep children and young people occupied and active
across Gedling borough.
The fun activities on offer from Gedling Borough Council, who has put together the programme, include roller discos, snorkelling, arts and crafts, a picnic in the park event, and some special movie related events.
After over a year of Covid restrictions and uncertainty, it was a pleasure to take out students from M3 before the half term break. As soon as restrictions began to ease, students were excited and enthusiastic about their first trip of the academic year and chose to visit Matlock Bath and the Heights of Abraham. They enjoyed a ride on the cable cars, a visit down the cavern and a fish and chip lunch by the river. The resilience and determination shown by students who were incredibly apprehensive about the cable cars was incredible!
Miss Williams, Mr Bastow and Miss Gardner were overwhelmed by the impeccable behaviour of all students whilst out in the community and look forward to planning the next class outing. Well done M3 for being such wonderful ambassadors for Derrymount!
If you are struggling to feed yourself or your family or you know someone who is St Mary’s Church will be providing free hot takeaway meals every Saturday, for anyone who wants them.
Drop-in to collect from St Mary’s Church & Community Kitchen on Saturdays, 12.15pm till 1.30pm, no questions asked.
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