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Breathing Space is a flexible leisure scheme which was started in May 1994 in order to meet the needs of people with a learning disability, who live in the districts of Hambleton and Richmondshire. It is an independent organisation managed by a volunteer committee. Membership of Breathing Space is open to anyone who is 18 years of age or over and supports the aims of the scheme.
Our Aim To enable people with Learning Disabilities who are 18 years of age, or over, to develop their ability to pursue leisure activities. Individual and informal groups may be assisted, where possible, to join in with established community and recreational activities.To develop support to carers of people with learning disabilities by enabling the person, for whom they care, to take part in enjoyable activities away from their homes at weekends and on evenings.
Values of Breathing Space We believe that joining the scheme should be an enjoyable experience for both user and volunteers. That the individuals using the scheme are encouraged, supported and empowered to join in the leisure activities which they choose for themselves as far as they are able Respect and support for all individuals as equals, whatever their disability, age, sex or ethnic origin.
That all activities are supported appropriately according to the individuals needs.
All Group Leaders have current First Aid Certificate and are Midas Trained.
Find out how to join Breathing Space and Find Application Here
Click here to view a Letter to Members July 2017
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- Hayes travel have raised £452.80.
- £56 was raised at the AGM on the raffle.
- The recent racenight raised £617.80 on OCT 15th 2015! Thank you for all that supportedf us!
- We raised £610 with the Raffle drawn at the Christmas Party 2016
- We received a generous £460 donation from the bell ringers Northallerton
- We raised £557.57 at our recent coffee morning at Northallerton town hall
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