This event is going to be held at Moulscoombe Forest Garden, just around the back of Moulscoombe Railway station.
Please see link to directions below.
You don’t need to worry about bringing refreshments or a lunch as the young people attending will get involved in helping to make their own lunch which will be provided. You just need to make sure all dietary requirements are made clear on the registration form. Please contact us for a form if you do not already have one. Please make sure we have the booking form no later than a week before the date.
On the day please drop your children or young people at the main gate at, behind the station at 11am. Please do not leave them there unattended. Young people need to be collected by a named adult at 3pm.
We have recently received funding to run a one day event bringing both sighted and non sighted youngsters together to share and develop empathy for each other within an eco therapeutic environment, where the woods and nature provide a stimulating natural but also safe environment to experience, share and develop deeper empathy for each other, challenge prejudices and explore the benefits of embracing diversity.
By doing this we aim to develop positive social connections between sighted, blind and VI youngsters. With the help of music, storytelling, creative arts and therapeutic peer group support provided by trained counsellors and therapeutic creative artists, who have experience and expertise in working with young people, including blind and VI youngsters.
We will provide these young people, a cohort of sighted, blind and visually impaired, youngsters, some of the essential personal, social and emotional tools to help them build a clear sense of themselves, and their sighted or non sighted peers, in relation to one another.
please Contact us to find out more