Another successful Care Day

Another successful Care Day

Posted 19th February 2024

Friday 16th February was National Care Day, Ashleigh from CHAMPS organised for 50 care experienced children and young people to have a fun afternoon at a local trampoline park. This event was full attendances on the day it was so much fun for all of the participants. Due to the limited spaces, not all of Midlothian House Project community members could be invited, however here are two MHP members casually exploring the trampoline park and having fun doing so.

Permission was given to use this photo, but asked for their faces to be hidden.  

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