Walk/Run/Cycle to Help Young People at TransitionsUK

Helping learning impaired young people learn new skills and build their independence


Location
The Salvation Army
1 Vicarage Street
Luton
LU1 3HZ
Date and time
17:00 - 18:45
Wednesday, 13th of July 2022
Who this task will support
TransitionsUK

This mission will help TransitionsUK with their ‘Achieve’ project, which helps young people with mild/moderate learning disabilities develop their independence with the aim that they can successfully live independently.

We will be joining their friendly evening social session at the Salvation Army hall to meet the young people for a chat, enjoy some games in the hall, and help out with cooking dinner for the group (You can eat it too!!).

Why not head down to the Uni on Vicarage street for the Group Run afterwards? Tick off two good deeds in one evening! ✅


How are you getting there?

Meet at the task
I will make my own way to the task
  • Unknown runner

Who's going

  • Rebecca
  • Dani C

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Location
The Salvation Army
1 Vicarage Street
Luton
LU1 3HZ
Date and time
17:00 - 18:45
Wednesday, 13th of July 2022
Who this task will support
TransitionsUK
Walkable

As you will make your own way to the task, feel free to walk or run as you wish.

Ideal for beginners

The Salvation Army
1 Vicarage Street
Luton
LU1 3HZ


Dani C
Led by Dani C

GoodGym Luton TaskForce member


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