Register now! CACT short breaks 7Nov-19Dec

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Register now for the Charlton Athletic Community Trust short break scheme for 7 November to 19 December

A notice from CACT:

Dear Parent/Carer

We are pleased to inform you of the latest Short Breaks programme taking place on Saturdays,with the next six week block being held from 7th November to the 19th December 2015.

‘Short Breaks CACT’  is a scheme for young people with disabilities aged from 13-19 years (and up to 25 years where part of a support plan) in the London Borough of Greenwich. The scheme involves a range of exciting on- and off-site activities that will be tailored to the needs of the young people taking part. The scheme will run from 9am – 2pm every Saturday for six weeks, and each session will include transport for your child to and from the facility at which we will be based that day.

Please note that priority will be given to children who have not yet accessed any of the Short Breaks schemes.

We will be holding drop-in registration sessions at two locations on the following dates:


Valley Central
The Valley, Floyd Road, London, SE7 8BL Mon 2nd November 2015 2pm – 4pm

Charlton park Academy Park Road, London, SE7 8HX Tues 3rd November 2015 9.30am – 11am

Once registered, you will be contacted to confirm your child’s place and to arrange a payment.

Please note that your child is not guaranteed a place on the scheme, and payment will only be taken once your child’s place is confirmed.

The fees for the half term programme will be £255 (concessions may be available upon request).

This can be paid with cash, cheque or via direct payments.

Please bring proof of Royal Greenwich residency or school attended by the young person. If you cannot attend either the registration or payment sessions, please contact us to make alternative arrangements.

For further information please call Alex Levey on 07983 549801 / email on

Yours sincerely,

Alexandra Levey

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