The Sporting Challenge Activities group has had a coach trip to Llandudno on Saturday 19th August.
The group went on a Don Fraser coach from Burscough then Skelmersdale.
The group had a great day. On arrival they had time for a walk with some sightseeing. Then lunch in local restaurant Tribells. Then more time for more sightseeing , some of the group went along the front and some went up the Great Orme.
The group headed home late afternoon.
The coach was funded by the Skipton Building Society Charitable Trust and the rest of the day was funded by the Community Link Foundation based in Southport and a donation from the former Villages in Partnership charity.
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Sporting Challenge Activities have organised activities for adults with additional needs in West Lancashire since 2008.
Sporting Challenge, are a group of Parent/Carers who from 2008 have been providing sporting / leisure activities for around 45 people with learning disabilities in West Lancashire to keep them fit and healthy. These evening and weekend activities include Ten Pin Bowling, Aerobics, walk, Pool nights, Wii nights, Swimming and Boccia/Kurling at local Sports Centres.
Sporting Challenge provide Sessional Workers who collect the adults from where they live, support the people whilst they out at the activities and then return them home after the activities.
Edward McCarthy Sporting Challenge Activities Co-ordinator said: “The group had a great day in Llandudno. The group tried a lot of new experiences during the day and enjoyed the seaside atmosphere. A big thank-you to our funders , without whom the day would not have been possible.”