Activities and Outings

Maypole Activities and Outings

Our inclusive activities are designed to get children together make friendships and create peer support in an informal setting. Importantly they are also aimed at helping parents to take a break from caring.

Forthcoming Events

Summer Activities to be confirmed very soon!  Watch this space…

We would like to say a massive thank you to Orpington Rotary Club for supporting the past two activity days. We were joined by a team of volunteers who were full of energy and keen get involved with the days activities. Thank you so much for contributing to our much needed support services.  We no longer receive government funding to host our activity days, so we are always incredible grateful when community groups like Orpington Rotary Club show their support.

Our activity days are for children with complex medical needs, life threatening illnesses and special educational needs, we also welcome siblings!

  • Arts and crafts
  • Sports and activities
  • Sensory area and soft play
  • Face painting
  • Bouncy castle
  • Parents/carers take a well deserved break!

“I just wanted to say thank you so much for having Joel and Chloe. What an amazing day they had.  It was lovely to see them at a club together and the sight of Chloe being pulled around on the parachute was a delight to see!

Thank you for your kindness and warmth and I hope that we can get more involved going forward.”   The Price Family

 

For details on forthcoming Activity Days please contact info@themaypoleproject.co.uk or call 01689 851596.

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If you would like to attend our activities but need to be collected/dropped off give us a call and we will do our best to arrange transport in our minibus.  

Many thanks to everyone at Axis Foundation for our wonderful minibus!

Maypole Active

  • Where: Raglan Primary School, Bromley, BR2 9NL
    • Every Monday ~ 4.45pm – 5.45pm
    • Every Wednesday ~ 5pm – 6pm
  • Contact: 01689 889 889 or email info@themaypoleproject.co.uk for more information

Maypole Active is an inclusive sports and activities club, designed for children with a complex medical need or disability to gain access to sport.

We ensure that children of all abilities can join in with the sport or activity taking place. It is also a great way for children to socialise with their team mates, make friendships and create peer support in an informal setting. Importantly, it also gives the parents or carer time to take a break.

Maypole Active

“After trying to find after school sports sessions for Georgia for many months, without success, we came across Maypole Active and gave it a try. We are so pleased we did. In only a few weeks our daughter, Georgia, has grown in confidence, and is taking part in team activities. The skills she is learning are; following instructions with confidence, social interaction, team work, turn taking, sharing, physical activities and even having a little boxing with a punch bag at the end! She is so happy to be going every Wednesday and jumps for joy when she sees Maypole Active on her schedule.

It’s a fantastic set up and I would recommend to all parents. Well done to all the staff involved. All very kind and full of energy and enthusiasm!” (Georgia’s mum)

 

Get creative at The Maypole Project

Create! @ The Maypole Project

 

Create! @ 51 is an inclusive art group for children with complex and life threatening illnesses and their siblings – a space where children can be creative, have fun and make new friends.

Feel free to contact us on 01689 889 889 or helpline@themaypoleproject.co.uk to find out more about our activities and outings.

 

 

 

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