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- Our innovative programme has been designed specifically for children suffering with a mental health challenge, ages 9-12 and 13-16. The sessions available are football, cricket, dance, games and well-being activities. Reading Mondays - Football - Palmer Park 3G pitch Wednesday - Football - Prospect 3G pitch Thursdays…
Camp Mohawk is primarily open to families in school holidays and on Saturdays in term time, with our Short Breaks service taking place on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in term time.
Groups and schools are welcome to contact us to make term time bookings.
Please get in touch or see our online calendar for details.Camp Mohawk is a multi-functional day centre for children with special needs, set in 5 acres of beautiful countryside, just outside Wargrave, Berkshire. Throughout the year the centre provides a range of activities, facilities and natural space to encourage children with a variety of special…Highfield LaneCrazies HillWargrave
- Monday to Friday 4pm-9pm (Sessions)No5 is Reading's young person's counselling and mental health support service for anyone between the ages of 11-25. They have been delivering free, professional, confidential counselling, outreach and mental health support to young people who live, work or study in the ‘RG’ postcode area since…101Oxford RoadReadingRG1 7UD
- The Prince’s Trust in Thames Valley has lots of exciting programmes coming up for young people aged 16 to 30 . If you would like to refer a young person for a programme*, you can either call our Customer Services team on 0800 842 842…
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