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Information about the scheme

Autumn Term 2018

Please note that Sundays at Farnham Young Adults during the Autumn Term will run from Post19 just over the road – 4a Romans Industrial Park, 1/3 East Street, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 7SX.

Fridays will run from the Youth Centre as normal.

This move is temporary whilst the Farnham Playcentre is being refurbished, meaning that our Pre-School and Play schemes will be using the Youthcentre at this time.

If you have any questions about the upcoming Autumn Term, please email FarnhamYoungAdultScheme@disability-challengers.org.

Who can go?

Farnham Young Adults is for disabled young adults age 18-25.

What happens at Farnham Young Adult scheme?

At the centre take part in cooking extravaganzas, play pool with friends or get creative with big art projects outside!

Where does the scheme go on out trips?

When heading out from the centre the group try their hand at bowling, tuck in to tasty pub lunches and give companion cycling a whirl.

Where can I find full listings of what’s on at Farnham Young Adults?

To find out what activities are currently happening at Farnham Young Adults, scroll up to view our Activity Programmes (please note these are PDF documents).

How do I find the scheme?

Head towards St. James’ Avenue and drive past the first building on your right (our Playcentre). You should then approach a similarly-sized building, which will be signposted as our Youthcentre, where you should turn right into the car park.

How can my child join Farnham Young Adults?

If you are a new parent, you will first need to register with Challengers. To do that, call the booking line on 01483 230 939.

Further information for young adults

At Challengers we understand that being an adult is a big deal and that there are lots of things for you to think about. Our Young Adult Transitioning page has lots of useful links and information covering a variety of topics including short break activities, finances, housing and relationships.

If you have any queries, please send us a message

Supported by Hampshire County Council

 

He always loves it and really looks forward to going. I am really happy as I know he is

–  Parent