Activities: Exeter

painting-2-etsThe Hollow Lane Club has its main base in Exeter at Ellen Tinkham School where we run an After School Club, Saturday Clubs, a Siblings Group and 12-day Summer Club.

After School Club

This club runs on Mondays and Tuesdays during the school term, from 3:30 – 6:00 pm. Children play games, have access to outdoor play areas, may do crafts or just chill out. A light snack and drink is provided.

This club is open to Ellen Tinkham School pupils only and books in advance of the new term. Contact Deb Ward for booking information.

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Saturday Club

Hollow Lane’s Saturday club is a monthly session with places for up to 30 children. We have a range of activities which may include trips and outings, music and art, visiting entertainers or swimming and rebound.

Saturday club runs from 10 am – 4 pm and is always very popular. Contact Deb Ward for details and booking information.

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Siblings Club

The Hollow Lane Siblings Group was set up in 2010 to support the brothers and sisters of children with disabilities. We recognize that siblings sometimes miss out on opportunities in families where there are disabled children, and it can be difficult for friends to understand the sibling experience. The Hollow Lane Sibling group creates a space where children with similar experiences can meet up on a regular basis to have fun and share a little bit of their understanding with others that know the same.

The group meets one Saturday a month from 10 am – 4 pm. Contact Deb Ward for more information.

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Summer Club

The Hollow Lane Summer Club at Ellen Tinkham School is vibrant and fun, with children of all ages and abilities taking part in a wide range of activities.We run the club for 12 days over a 4 week period, and on each day we can accommodate up to 60 children, ages 3 -19. There are 6 groups of children each day and a wide range of activities including quite adventurous things like canoeing, ice-skating and rural skills activities. We like to take the children on lots of trips out and often the groups make decisions about what they would like to do.

Bookings are open to any child with a recognised special need or disability, and we welcome siblings too. Bookings for the Summer Club usually open in the Spring Term and fill up quickly. Early booking is advisable and places become limited but contact us for the latest situation. 

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