YOUNGSTERS taking part in the football training class have been taking on board their lessons and are bonding well, says the lead coach Steve Spence.
The Opening Doors Project has expressed gratitude to the National Lottery for helping to fund its core running costs enabling it to provide various programmes for the benefit of the community.
Last week’s action packed Opening Doors Project play scheme lived up to its name with a host of activities ensuring the children had a fun half-term break.
A new arts and crafts class set up to give adults an opportunity to express their creative side is proving quite a draw.
ST Nathanael’s Church became the setting for a Winter Wonderland experience as the Opening Doors Project and church teamed up for a day-long Christmas extravaganza.
THE Opening Doors Project has thanked the National Lottery for providing funds to feed needy families over the Christmas period.
The Opening Doors Project has thanked the National Lottery for funding its afternoon tea activities which it says have had a “massive impact” on reducing loneliness and isolation in the community.
LOCAL families have enjoyed a “much needed” break in the Yorkshire Dales – including a break from their mobile phones due to the poor signal!
A former professional footballer is hoping to pass on the skills he has learnt to help local children reach their potential – both on and off the pitch.
THE Opening Doors Project has hosted its first conference for parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) since the start of the pandemic, providing advice, refreshment and a much-deserved pamper.
THE first of what is hoped will be many new community events was held at St Nathanael’s Church on September 15 as the Opening Doors Project and church made use of its new £20,000 kitchen.
TICKETS to the Opening Doors summer Play Scheme were once again snapped up as soon as they were advertised.
ONCE again children have been using their creative talents to brighten up the day of NHS staff.