Central Self Drive, proud patron of The Warrington Wolves Foundation, are more than happy to be helping them in their final week of the Pre-16 Alternative Provision programme.
This project has taken 35 young people per week who have been, or are at risk of exclusion from 6 local High Schools. In the mornings, the young people have been completing Community Volunteering qualifications in the Wolf den and then taking part in different Sport activities in the afternoon, as well as taking part in different Community projects, including going to a sheltered accommodation in Woolston and delivering indoor, inclusive activities to older people who have limited mobility.
This week is the celebration of the project, which started in November last year. The young people have chosen ‘special’ activities to celebrate the end of the project and Central Self Drive are more than happy to provide minibuses, so they can travel ‘out of town’ for these activities.
We would like to congratulate The Warrington Wolves Foundation, on a great programme and say a huge WELL DONE to all involved.