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Want to know what's happening in and around your local area?
Looking for something to do?
Going out and meeting other people is an important part of life for everyone.There are lots of different activities, opportunities and groups for families and young people living in Hackney.
The following websites list a range of activities for families and young people:
- Hackney Council 'What’s On?' – Things to do
- Young Hackney - What's on?
- Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – What’s on
- City of London – What’s on – Things to do
- 5 To Thrive - Events
On this page of Hackney's Local Offer website we will try to keep you up to date with activities and sessions that may be of particular interest to families of and young people with SEND living in Hackney.
Short Breaks are how local authorities perform their duty in the Children's Act 1989 to..."provide, as part of the range of services they provide for families, breaks from caring for carers of disabled children to support them to continue to care for their children at home and to allow them to do so more effectively"
A Short Break allows a disabled young person to have an enjoyable break away from their main carer and gives their carer a break from their caring responsibilities.
Find out more about Short Breaks and who to contact in Hackney on their standalone website: www.shortbreakshackney.com
Easter Holiday Activities
Easter holiday activity programmes at Young Hackney youth hubs. Activities are FREE and may include: sports, dance, drama, ICT, trampolining, arts & crafts, discussions & debates, music production & music studio sessions, cooking, trips and more...
Page last updated 08/04/19