I am delighted to be associated with this charity and become the patron. They do tremendous work in the community with both young and old and are looking to expand their projects. I hope to be apart of it for a long time.
There is a new addition at the SHA Community Centre. Vallance have been given an indoor Tennis mat by LTA Serves. It will be used by the young people that attend the Youth Club and during Half term activities.
There is a new activity added to the ever growing Disability Sports Session held at the Mile End Leisure Centre every Monday 10am to 12pm. Soft Fencing provided by a qualified coach proved very popular with the participants. It’s competitive, fun and keeps them fit. This activity is in partnership with PTSA, London Youth and British Fencing.
The Monday VSCA SEND club celebrated Pancake day a day early during the club session. With all the ingredients bought beforehand it was left for the club users coming into the kitchen and making their own pancake and adding their own toppings and designs. One of the aims of this occasion was to help the club users become more familiar within an kitchen environment and become more confident cooking and heating food. A special thanks to Helga, Zaynab and Abul for helping and
The Youth Club at Vallance has been given a Grant from The Vintners’ Company. The grant will go towards the costs of its regular 3 nights a week diversionary activities for young people in Whitechapel. The club caters for boys and girls 8 to 19 years old. Vallance chairperson Shuhel Ahmed said “We are very grateful to The Vintners’ Company for their generosity, currently our programmes which include the SEN Health Development project, Volunteers project and Community Sports P