During the October half term, 26 children were able to enjoy some much-needed fun on a trip to the Tenpin bowling alley on the Cambridge Leisure Park with the help of the The Leys.
The families, all under the Red Hen Project’s wing, all have children attending primary schools in CB4, North Cambridge.
Red Hen has worked with children and their families in North Cambridge for over 22 years, supporting them to overcome any barriers that are preventing the children from thriving at school.
During this year, the charity has forged links with Cambridge private school The Leys, and this trip was the latest in a series of activities that have been developed through the partnership with the help of Ed Durrant, Head of Outreach at the school.
Project Lead Sarah Crick said, ‘The opportunity to get out and spend time as a family having fun, is priceless. Especially so this year. With the help and support of Ed and Damien from The Ley’s, 26 children have had an amazing day making positive memories, and we are very grateful to the school for enabling this to happen’.
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