Please find below details of events taking place in our local area:
Youth Groups and Activies, Port Seton Centre
Port Seton Centre is offering children and young people a range of social and recreational opportunities to keep them occupied during the summer nights.
All programmed activities are planned to take place during school term time. There is a maximum limit on the number of participants for each programme, however, if your child is unsuccessful in getting a place on their chosen programme, their name will be added to a reserve list.
Active Schools activities available
To see all the fantastic activities on offer to your child this term from Active Schools please click on the link below . . .
If your child qualifies for either free school meal or a school uniform grant then we may be able to provide a free place at a paid club, please contact me for details.
Active Schools is also now on Facebook, if you search for Active Schools Prestonpans and like our page you can keep up to date with all the latest Active Schools information.
Paul Lavery | Active Schools Coordinator (Primary) | Based at Preston Lodge High School
M: 07976 377956 | T: 01875 810950 | E: email@example.com
Chris Ewing Karate
New club starting at CPS on 23rd January2017, 4.00 -5.00 pm.
4 Free Sessions first, after that the cost is £5.50 per class paid weekly.
All the Children need to start is tracksuit bottoms and t-shirt.
To book a space, text Chris on 07828 859 960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Basecamp – Lothian Autistic Society – Meadowpark Haddington
CLICK HERE for details
Children Inc. East Lothian
The website contains information about all sport and physical activity opportunities going on across the County.
CLICK ON THE LOGO TO BE DIRECTED TO THE WEBSITE
Lifeline Crafts Mums Group – starting 24th February
Adult Learning Courses
Please click here for details of free adult learning courses.
Lothian Autistic Society
Lothian Autistic Society have received generous funding to conduct a pilot project for families in East Lothian. This project is suitable for families in East Lothian. This project is suitable for children and young people aged between 7 – 17 and will be held at Sandersons Wynd Primary School, Tranent.
Our exciting new Saturday Club pilot aims to offer families with children with autism daytime respite on a time-limited basis to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of this form of respite.
The pilot is managed by Lothian Autistic Society and delivered in partnership with East Lothian Council.
Information on how to apply is available via:
PLRFC – Mini Rugby
Every Sunday – 10:30am – 12:00noon
Click here for further details.
East Lothian Youth Theatre (P4 -P7)
Tuesdays 3.45pm – 5.15pm
Click here for details
Saturday Morning Early Years Music School – Loretto Junior School (Primary 1-3)
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