Ahead of the Spectrum Spooktacular at Littleport Leisure Centre on October 28th, some of the guys from UBW decided to join us for the session and up their fitness levels ahead of the main event. Taking advice from the children on the best walls to tackle and the best ways to climb, Paul Ashe (UBW GM), Percy Trayner, Sunset Skip and Jethro Roose got stuck into the task ahead before grabbing photos and sharing their Championship belts and wrestling stories.
A fantastic session was enjoyed by everyone, children and adults alike and as always Clip n Climb were hugely supportive to the children and brilliant hosts. We can never emphasis enough how great it is to work so closely with organisations such as these that are so committed to support SEND and inclusion. A huge thanks to everyone involved!
Spectrum Cambridge provide a range of events and support for families of children with Autism, additional needs, learning difficulties and disabilities. We bring together a multi award-winning team, focused and passionate about inclusion, our local area and supporting Special Education Needs & Disabilities (SEND) as a parent led charity.