Spring 2020 Newsletter

Sensory Garden Project

Exciting New Project for Fernie Fields

Well so far 2020 has proved to be a very challenging year for just about everybody and has caused the cancellation of thousands of projects and events and we as a population are now getting used to living in a different world to the one we lived in in 2019

We at Sport4Fitnes are now looking forward and are adapting so that we can still provide the activities, support and help to local children and young adults with a disability and/or a special need.

Inside gatherings are still restricted and are likely to remain so for the foreseeable future. It is therefore important that we make use of our open spaces and facilitate activities in the fresh air.

This means that we are actively engaged in commencing works to construct our Sensory Garden.

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Autumn 2019 Newsletter

Fantastic News

We are extremely pleased to be able to announce that Avery Healthcare, who have been using our facilities throughout the summer have made us a fantastic offer of financial support for at least the next three years to allow us to continue to be able to provide, sports, activities and play sessions for both children and adults.

Avery Healthcare are prominent in both the local area and across the country providing care home living for the elderly, and those requiring dementia care. Their support to us and our activities shows their caring attitude to all ages from children to the elderly. We are extremely grateful for their support and are looking forward to working with Avery Healthcare in the future.

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