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Social care charity to host free festival of Halloween activities

On Monday 31st October, social care charity, Community Integrated Care, is excited to be hosting an afternoon-long programme of Halloween inspired events featuring special guest stars – all free to access on the charity’s virtual activity platform –

What To Do offers a diverse range of free accessible and adaptable activities every day for people who access care and support. With sessions delivered by world class partners, across the arts, culture, sport and community sectors, the site has changed lives and connected hundreds of people who access care across Britain.

Free to attend for people with care and support needs, Support Workers, and family carers, the spook-tacular programme will feature appearances from Warrington Wolves, professional Makeup Artist Clare Pinkney, and famous Producer Nutty P, amongst other special guests.

Offering participants the opportunity to get creative, active, and make new friends, all whilst celebrating the spookiest time of the year, the event will cater to a wide range of interests, from magic to crafts.

Sam Turner, Digital Inclusion Manager at Community Integrated Care, said, “For Halloween this year, we’ve got all sorts of spooky sessions planned, which we can’t wait to deliver! Whether you’re sporty, musical, or artistic, there’s something for everybody to enjoy, so I would really encourage anybody interested to come along.

He continued, “What To Do is such an incredible platform for people with care and support needs to meet new people and discover new passions, all from the comfort of their own home. We hope this afternoon full of ghoulish activities will help people get into the Halloween spirit and learn something new along the way.

Find out more and view the full line up here.

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