It’s party time
FORMER youngsters who have used the pre-school service for children with disabilities are invited to an anniversary party this month. The Huntingdon Portage Service – named after the town Portage in Wisconsin, America, where the service began – is marking
FORMER youngsters who have used the pre-school service for children with disabilities are invited to an anniversary party this month.
The Huntingdon Portage Service - named after the town Portage in Wisconsin, America, where the service began - is marking 25 years.
There will be a celebration party in the Oak Tree Centre in Huntingdon on Thursday, September 27.
The service, which helps about 60 families a year, is a team including health visitors, teachers, physiotherapists and speech therapists who over the years have helped hundreds of Huntingdonshire youngsters prepare for school.
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The party, for present and past youngsters, will include party games and food.
Linda Holsgrove, co-ordinator, a special needs teacher who has worked for the service for 23 years, said: "We would really like the people we have worked with over the years to get in touch and join us and make this a really special occasion."
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INFORMATION: Contact Linda Holsgrove on 07770 574 747.