Bath Area Play Project offers opportunities for fun!
On Monday 24th July, Nikki will be chatting to Caroline Howarth MBE, who is the CEO of the Bath Area Play Project. Bath Area Play Project is a small voluntary organisation that provides high quality play opportunities for children during the school holidays. The interview will be on air from 12-2pm so don’t miss it!
Bath Area Play Project believes that every child should have the right to play and therefore aims to provide a range of activities close to home. The organisation places an emphasis on accessibility and inclusion, with activities provided for children and teenagers from all walks of life and all levels of ability. Since BAPP was founded in 1979, thousands of children have attended and enjoyed their open-access holiday play schemes, play days, and family play sessions.
Over the summer holidays, BAPP is offering a number of “short break” holiday play schemes for young people aged 3-21 who have disabilities or other additional needs. Their goal with these play schemes is to offer young people the opportunity to take part in fun, safe, and interesting activities that they may not otherwise be able to do. Their short break programs include activities during the day, evenings, weekend groups, and overnight stays. There will also be a Teenage Rampage group specifically for teenagers with additional needs to develop their confidence, valuable life skills, and relationships with peers.
Booking is essential for many activities so don’t miss out!
Visit the Bath Area Play Project Website for more information and don’t forget to listen in to Bath Radio at 12-2pm for our interview!