Central Cheshire Buddy Scheme (CCBS) is a voluntary not for profit organisation. Established in 2004 CCBS supports children and young people with disabilities, their families and their siblings through activity clubs, holiday clubs and residential breaks. CCBS currently runs 6 activity groups, supporting over 100 young people and their families
Happy Days Children’s Charity is the small charity making a big difference, working with communities across the UK to give courageous children coping with adversity a fantastic respite break or magical experience.
Since 1992, Happy Days has been helping brave kids with fun trips and days out to the seaside, theatres, zoos, museums, outdoor activity centres, sporting events and other educational and cultural activities.
Macclesfield Wheelies is a club for people of all ages with physical disabilities. It was founded in 2001 by Mike Pomfret, who was tetraplegic following a car accident. Mike wanted to set up a club where disabled people could meet up and participate in various sports. Over the years, the club has grown and is now a registered charity serving people in Macclesfield and surrounding areas. It runs an full activity programme covering most Saturdays of the year. Indoor activities include various wheelchair games, archery, shooting, and skiing. Outdoor activities include hand-cycling, sailing, and trips out to attractions. The highlight for most Wheelies members is a week-long outdoor activity holiday at the Calvert Trust in Keswick. Wheelies is funded by grants and fund raising activities organised by club members and their families
We are a registered charity working with Children and Young People with special needs including ADHD, epilepsy, dyspraxia, downs syndrome, autism, learning disbilities, physical disabilities and those from a disadvantaged background and their siblings.
What we do: social activities including trips, sport, art & craft, cookery, music, summer playscheme, themed parties and much more …
We cover Congleton, Sandbach, Middlewich and surrounding areas.
Referrals from other areas are considered and welcome