Category Archives: Events

Spectrum Festival

Autism friendly festival Sunday 23rd September 2018  We're pleased to announce that Lea Green Centre are hosting Spectrum Festival which is being organised by Autism East Midlands to celebrate their 50th anniversary. With help from peaksGO, who are based in Cromford and arrange corporate treasure hunts and outdoor events, the event will provide a fun and safe environment for people to enjoy a range of activities as well as helping to raise awareness for Autism and offer opportunities Read the rest of this article

Adventure Days

Adventure Days return to Lea Green Centre in Derbyshire to provide outdoor activities throughout selected school holidays. Darran, Assistant head of service and manager of our sister centre White Hall in Buxton, fills us in on the benefits of outdoor play and adventurous activities... So you thought they were off on the adventure days to have fun, well the good news is they are but let me tell you what else the adventure day will do for your child. Time spent in the outdoors on adventure activities Read the rest of this article

Children in Need 2017

On Friday 17th November 2017 the team raised funds for BBC Children in Need. There was an eclectic mix of fancy dress from Oompa Loompas to a frog and some ravers who were reliving the 80s.  It's a Lea Green tradition to have a charity bakeoff and the team lovingly produced some great quality cakes including some Pudsey faces and a Queen of Heart's themed cake from apprentice Kelsey who dressed as Alice in Wonderland.    Through donations for wearing fancy dress and raffle Read the rest of this article

Crowds joined us for Family Funfest 2017

The team at Lea Green Centre successfully organised sunshine for ‘Family Funfest’ on Sunday 16th July, an event which saw over 300 visitors through the gates to take part in a variety of outdoor activities. Visitors who had made a saving by pre-booking arrived bright and early for the opening at 10am and wristbands were used for an authentic festival feel. Visitors travelled from as far as Sheffield and Burton on Trent including some groups arriving by minibus like Peak School. Popular activities Read the rest of this article