Oxford United were pleased to go along to Abingdon Daytime Centre last week to have a chat with everyone and meet the staff.
Abingdon Daytime Centre is based at the Charter in Abingdon and supports adults with learning disabilities from ages 18 years upwards who take part in various activities in the centre and in the community.
Among the activities they take part in are Arts and Crafts, Karate, Swimming, Horse Riding, ASDAN ( a course for learning different life skills), Smile (Sensory Interactive Sessions) and various trips to the pub and theatre, walks, boat trips and train trips. They are also encouraged to be as independent as possible and learn new skills.
Business Development Manager Peter Rhoades-Brown did the honours and told us.
“It was great to see everyone. The staff do a great job and everyone at the centre was having a fantastic time.”