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Street Sounds are coming!


On Monday 26th October at Elim Church, Parsonage Street, we will be holding our very first disco for young people with disabilities, ages up to 16. All parents and carers are welcome to come and boogie too! Our very own, David Taylor, formerly from Canalside's The Thread, will be bringing you those tunes to get you moving. We will have the best music around, so make sure you come and visit us. We are planning on making this a regualr feature in the school holidays for those who are interested.

There is a suggested donation of £2 for entrance and there will be a tuck shop selling drinks and snacks. There is wheelchair access and a disabled toilet.

We are always looking for volunteers to support the great work that we do. If you feel you may like to help us, please get in touch with your skills and contact details at info@cheshirestreetwise.co.uk. We would love to meet up with you and have a chat as to where you would fit in.

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