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We have 4 base rooms - Bear Clubs 0-1, Little Monkeys 1-2, Happy Hippos 2-3, and Clever Crocs 3-5. Purpose built building - a large garden area with separate under 2's area. Our Bear Cubs staff have been trained by award winning expert trainer Mary…
Bestwood Country Park offers 650 acres of open green space and varying wildlife habitats to explore, from Mill Lakes to meadows, from ancient woodland to a reclaimed pit tip. Free disabled parking, some paths wheelchair accessible, some steep gradients. Rangers can advise on suitable routes.…
0115 927 3674
Apple PIE delivers workshops using drama to explore Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education issues (PSHE).
07857 679 719
The Nottinghamshire Cricket Board currently delivers a comprehensive disability programme which offers provision to all Nottinghamshire’s 16 Special Schools along with a variety of community schemes at colleges, community centres and within various charitable organisations. Within this provision we offer a variety of formats including…
0115 982 3000
This service provides outdoor learning experiences for children and young people that are safe, enriching, educational and fun. This includes residential and day visits for all schools in Nottinghamshire. The service is designed to encourage all children and young people in Nottinghamshire to enjoy and…
01433 650 309
Instrumental Music Teaching provides instrumental and singing lessons in schools for young people aged 5 – 18. Lessons are normally in small groups and are for all Young People wanting to learn to play an instrument or learn to sing.
0115 9773287 or to enquire if our service is available.
East Coast runs fast, frequent passenger train services on the East Coast Main Line between London King’s Cross, the East Midlands, Yorkshire, the North East of England and Scotland.
03457 225 111
A real village church. Dedicated to St Nicholas. A beautiful church that has been restored to its earlier light and bright condition. Always open and never locked. All welcome, no entry fee. Disabled access is available
BARK is a non- profit organisation funded entirely by donations and adoption fees. Every penny raised goes to pay for the day to day running of the kennels, staffing, utilities, maintenance and repairs, vets bills etc. The rescue could not survive and thrive without the…
Hill walking, scrambling, mountaineering and climbing throughout Britain. Members over 18 only. Affiliated to the British Mountaineering Council.