Some of our supported children and young people enjoyed a recent trip to Tenpin Derby to try their hand at bowling, as part of our Family Support and Mentoring Service’s holiday activity programme.

The group of youngsters enjoyed meeting other members of the activity initiative and had great fun competing with each other, alongside staff members from our Family Support and Mentoring Service teams. 

  

 

As part of the outing, the group also enjoyed eating a delicious meal together - giving them a chance to build on their friendships whilst enjoying a tasty Tenpin treat. And we would like to thank all the members of staff at Tenpin Derby, who helped to make the outing such a resounding success.

Children First Derby’s holiday activity programme is delivered by our Family Support and Mentoring Service team, who work hard to organise a series of diverse activities for our supported children to participate in during the school holidays.

These activity outings help to reduce social isolation, enabling the children to establish positive relationships with others and allowing them to participate in new, creative activities that they might otherwise be unable to experience.

We rely on fundraising and public donations to finance this initiative and we are truly grateful to the continued support we receive from our friends and supporters who make funding this valued programme possible.

If you would like to help us support vulnerable children, young people, and families, then please get in touch. Your support would be most welcome.