Weʼve raised £0 to to help fund a new sensory soft play centre in Liverpool for children with special educational needs and disabilities.
- Liverpool, United Kingdom
- Closed on Sunday, 24th September 2017
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Just a short and simple explanation of what we want and need.
We want to open a sensory soft play centre in liverpool, there is a lot of soft play centre with sensory areas but they are not nearly big enough or used correctly, there are so many children with special educational needs and disabilities that live in Liverpool and we are passionate about opening a place where parents and children can come and feel safe, content and have fun. we want to focus on the sensory area and also have a small area for siblings who may not have special needs or a disability so that it is family friendly. Me and my friend currently work in a children's centre our contracts are up in September, and since January we have been taking the necessary steps to get this amazing place up of ground, we were inspired by our family members and the children and families we work with and the lack of resources out there, we would appreciate any help we can get to make this happen. Thank you
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Liverpool, United Kingdom
we want to open a sensory soft play centre for disabled and SEN children currently taking the necessary steps but we need to put a sum of money forward, not only will you be helping us with that you will also be our evidence that this is needed in are amazing area
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