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Weʼre raising £5,000 to Help to fund moving to new premises to continue our work with the community.

Cowdenbeath, UK

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I am raising funds for a tremendous local project in Fife called "Hyperclub".

They are a registered Scottish charity located in Inverkeithing, Fife but serve the many different areas of the county .

Hyperclub provide help, support and services to many different people in the Fife area such as Inverkeithing, Rosyth, Dalgety Bay, Kirkcaldy, Burntisland, Markinch, Lochgelly, Dunfermline and more.

They aim to help, support and provide services for children, adults and elderly people with disabilities, difficulties and health issues.

Hyperclub initially opened in 2012 for a small group of children with ADHD however rapidly expanded their services to children with other health issues such as Autism, Tourette’s, Down Syndrome, Eating Disorders and many more.

After relocating from the original small Church hall they were located in to the Ballast Bank Community Centre, they opened their doors to adults and elderly people with disabilities, difficulties and health issues due to the lack of help, support and services available to them in our area.

they are now open 3 days a week running 30 hours however they are soon to be relocating to a larger building in order for us to expand their services further and on a daily basis.

Hyperclub are currently supporting hundreds of families, children, adults and elderly on a weekly basis by offering a range of different services for them.

They currently offer different children’s groups twice a week, with activities such as music, karaoke, dancing, arts & crafts, board games, sports, and more.

They offer an entertaining karaoke disco for adults and elderly people where they can come along to engage and interact with other individuals with singing, dancing and a bite to eat.

They also offer adult services twice a week with activities such as music, arts & crafts, bingo, table tennis, pool, snooker, board games and more.

They also offer elderly active lunches twice a week for adults and elderly to come along and enjoy a delicious homemade lunch, play prize bingo and engage in some golden oldies karaoke, this has showed to be beneficial for many of their elderly people who have dementia.

It's a massively ambitious project that can only do good for those the charity is engaged with.

As you can see the scope of their assistance to the people of Fife, young or old is vast - but they will only be able to fully realise their potential if they can acquire the bigger building with better facilities for all concerned.

Thank you for reading and thank you for your support.

Kindest regards,

Paul Irvine & The Hyperclub Team.

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    9 months ago
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  • maria bingham

    maria bingham

    Mar 25, 2018

    Hope you get what you need xxx


  • Margaret Tait

    Margaret Tait

    Mar 23, 2018


  • Carol Paterson

    Carol Paterson

    Mar 22, 2018

    Amazing Paul!!! What a fantastic thing for these kids xx


  • John Taylor

    John Taylor

    Mar 22, 2018


  • Lloyd


    Mar 22, 2018

    Sounds awesome for the kids. Good luck 👍


  • Rick Irvine

    Rick Irvine

    Mar 22, 2018

    Helps our grandson immensely....


  • Anonymous


    Mar 22, 2018


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Paul Irvine

Paul Irvine

Cowdenbeath, UK

I have first hand experience raising a child with severe ADHD. I also know how sad he gets when the clubs he's been members of in the past just don't work out. Hyperclub are different. They were specifically setup to give kids with ADHD a place to play, relax and be understood.

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