An amazing team of volunteers from Leeds Building Society, White Rose Rotary, and Travis Perkins have joined together to create a cycle path through the woods at the Leeds Children’s Holiday Centre, Silverdale.
Nearly 500 underprivileged children will be travelling to the centre during 2013 to enjoy a week’s holiday by the sea. The holiday centre offers them space to have fun, play, and be a child. The spacious grounds of the holiday centre will be filled with laughter and chatter of children while they ride on bikes and go-carts, enjoy the new cycle path, playground, and take part in sports and games.
The cycle path will add another dimension to this holiday experience, and we are extremely grateful to these wonderful volunteers for making this happen.
The team worked over a weekend and took the opportunity to enjoy the facilities of the holiday centre, whilst creating another facility to be enjoyed by children with little hope or expectation.
If anyone would like to help the charity, or to stay at the holiday centre for a weekend and week when children are not in residence, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0113 245 4281.
Posted by LCC on 12th Feb 2013
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