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Marybone Summer Club

Marybone will be running their free summer club Monday to Thursday 10am-2pm during the holidays. There is free activities for all children as well as free food for children entitled to free school meals. 

 

To book a place for your child please call 0151 236 3865 or email maryboneyouth@btconnect.com

 

 

 

Liverpool Citizens Support Scheme

If you find yourself in crisis you can apply for support to get food and basic necessities for you and your family including gas and electric vouchers (urgent needs) and furniture and household essentials (home needs). 

 

You may need support in an emergency or crisis such as a fire or flood, or you have had to move due to violence or fear of violence, or you are leaving care or prison and need support to stay in the community.

 

We may also be able to provide support if you are struggling financially and unable to pay the council's green waste collection charge.

 

For more information visit https://liverpool.gov.uk/benefits/help-in-a-crisis/liverpool-citizens-support-scheme/ 

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ChessFest: Liverpool

at Chavasse Park at Liverpool ONE
on Sunday, 17th July 2022

11:00am - 4:00pm

 

A free Chess Festival Taking Place at Chavasse Park at Liverpool ONE.

Events

  • Free Lessons: Children

  • Free Lessons: Adults

  • Social Chess

  • Giant Chess

  • Simultaneous Display - Take on a chess master

  • Blindfold Chess  Display

 

Brought to you by Chess in Schools and Communities and Liverpool Chess Club.

Fun for all the family! https://www.chess-fest.com/liverpool 

Summer Reading Challenge

Organised by charity The Reading Agency (www.readingagency.org.uk) and the UK public library network since 1999, the Summer Reading Challenge is the UK’s biggest annual reading promotion for children aged 4 to 11. The Summer Reading Challenge combines FREE access to books with fun, creative activities during the summer holidays. Throughout the Challenge library staff support the children, helping them to discover new authors and illustrators and to explore a wide range of different types of books and ways of reading. In Liverpool the Challenge is running from 18th July to 10th September.  Find out more by reading this letter from Liverpool Libraries Team Leader Irene Mandelkow.

This Girl Can- Swim Classes

YPAS Parent's Well-being Walks

Upcoming Parent Workshops

 

05/07/22 - Mersey Care CYP - Mersey Care Children & Young People’s services - BOOK HERE

 

07/07/22 - Kinship Carers - Awareness of Kinship - BOOK HERE

 

12/07/22 - RASA Merseyside - Understanding Child Sexual Abuse - BOOK HERE

 

14/07/22 - BullyBusters - A parents awareness session; What can we do. - BOOK HERE

 

19/07/22 - Liverpool YPAS - Incredible years - Effective Limit Setting - BOOK HERE

05/07/22 - Mersey Care CYP - Mersey Care Children & Young People’s services - BOOK HERE

 

07/07/22 - Kinship Carers - Awareness of Kinship - BOOK HERE

 

12/07/22 - RASA Merseyside - Understanding Child Sexual Abuse - BOOK HERE

 

14/07/22 - BullyBusters - A parents awareness session; What can we do. - BOOK HERE

 

19/07/22 - Liverpool YPAS - Incredible years - Effective Limit Setting - BOOK HERE

 

Summer Holiday Activities and Food Programme for children entitled to benefit related free school meals. 

 

The Summer Activities and Food programme starts soon and there are lots of great activities happening over the school holidays for children, aged from reception to 16 years old, who are  eligible for benefits related free school meals.  They  will be able to access hundreds of activities throughout the Summer break including specific provision available for children with SEND or additional needs. There’s a great range of activities across the city including boxing, trampolining, football, music, dance, cycling, cooking, climbing, films, bowling, arts and crafts, drama, Jubilee activities, trips out and much more! 

 

Every day there will be a meal available for every child that attends.

To find out where schemes are in your ward click on this link (on Monday) - http://www.merseyplay.com/haf-holiday-activities-and-food-fund/ or visit www.Merseyplay.com and click on the HAF link. 

 

Parents/guardians/carers will just need to choose an activity, then contact that organisation to book a place.  If the child has any additional needs or dietary requirements then they can discuss this with the organisation when they book.

 

All schools have been asked to forward information to the eligible young people.

Each organisation will have either a telephone number, email address or online booking system.  There is no central booking system so they will need to contact the providers directly.

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