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  1. Stay & Play

    Wednesday
    This group takes place at Five Children Centre.  You can expect a range of planned activities for you and your child to share together. This is a great opportunity for you to socialise with other parents and for your child to make lots of new friends
  2. Attitude Performing Arts School

    Saturdays
    Attitude is a performing arts youth group that has been established for over ten years. We work regularly with children and young people aged 3-19 facilitating sessions that cover acting, singing and dancing. Our sessions are solely focused on building confidence, exploring imagination, developing creativity…
  3. Speke Adventure Playground - Speke Venny

    We are a play and youth centre for children aged 8-16 years old. Children under the age of 8 may attend but must be accompanied by a parent / guardian. All children and young people must be registered with us. We provide a fun, safe…
  4. Speke Adventure Playground - Speke All Saints and Speke Ambrose Youth Base

    Speke Adventure Playground now has two additional satellite bases in Speke for Play and Youth provision.  Our Satellite Centres:  West Speke: Speke All Saints based at All Saints Church Hall, Hale Road, Speke, L24 1UD  Play Session (Year 3+) Tuesdays 5.00-7.00pm and Fridays 5.00-8.30pm. Youth Session (Year…
  5. Stay & Play (Speke)

    Monday 9.45am-11.00am 1-2 year old  Monday 1.00pm-2.15pm 2-3 year old Tuesday 1.00pm-2.00pm All Confident Walkers Wednesday 1.15pm-2.15pm Under 1 year old We aim to provide a fun filled session that supports your child’s learning and development and develops your understanding of how they learn through…
  6. Baby Stay & Play (Speke)

    For Under 1's.  Wednesday, 1.15-2.15 Designed specifically for our younger children.  We'll be exploring sounds, patterns and movement using different medias and techniques. Discover how your child develops through the power of play