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Pearson Street Adventure Playground - Saturday stay and play drop in sessions for children with a disability

Address:
Pearson Street Adventure Playground,
28 Pearson Street,
Hackney,
London,
E2 8EL
E-mail: [Playworkers@hackneyplay.org, Kay@hackneyplay.org]
Telephone: 02070334322
Website: Hackney Play Association - Pearson Street Adventure Playground

Description

Who we are: 

Pearson Street Adventure Playground is an adventure playground open to all children and young people in Hackney. 


What we do:

We offer a free, drop in, play and youth club service for children and young people aged 6 to 16, funded by Young Hackney (Hackney Council).

Hackney Play Association at Pearson Street Adventure Playground are offering Saturday sessions specifically for children and young people with: 

  • a disability
  • learning or cognitive difficulty 
  • sensory impairment of difficulty 

Parents and carers must stay with their child or young person but can socialise together while play workers help engage their children in play activities and making friends. 


Day: Saturdays during school term time

Time: 12pm - 4pm

Dates for 2019:

  • February: 2nd, 9th, 16th
  • March: 2nd ,9th,16th, 23rd, 30th
  • April: 6th, 27th
  • May: 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th,
  • June: 1st, 8th,15th,22nd,29th
  • July: 6th, 13th


Activities include:

  • Discovering the Adventure Play site and its structures, swings and dens, where you can play, slide, run, roll, swing. 
  • Meet up with and make new friends
  • Try Arts and Crafts, Sports, Bikes, Dancing, Cooking, Gardening, jewellery-making and more…

Notes

We will be closed for the stay and play sessions during the Summer Holidays, but parents are still welcome to bring their children along to our daily playscheme, which runs from

Days: Monday - Friday 

Time: 10.30 - 5.30 pm

Dates: Wednesday 24th July - Friday 23rd August 2019

Record Last Updated on: 04/02/2019

Time / Date Details

Time of day

Afternoon

Session Information

Term time: Saturday 12pm – 4pm

Other Details

Costs

Free

Referral required?

No

What to do if you have a complaint

If there’s something you like or are not happy with, then talk about it with the worker or the manager so they can look at how they deliver their service. If you are still not happy, ask if they have a complaints procedure.

How to Get Here

Buses: 55, 56, 67, 149, 242

Train: Hoxton

Parking: Pay & Display

We are very close to Hoxton station (lift access available).

Parents can on Saturdays park in the road directly outside (restriction free on Saturday afternoons), limited on site parking for those with disabilities by arrangement.

Disabled drivers could park off road on site, close to building, step free access by arrangement. Please call the service to agree this option. 

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