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New Opening times For Indigo
Indigo opens up the doors to our new premises on Tuesday 10th November at 5.30pm. Entrance is in between the Ashfield District Council Offices and East Midlands Carpets on Watnall Road in Hucknall. Please email us at [email protected] if you require any further information. We hope to soon have photographs on the website and Facebook so that the children can see where they will be coming for Kids clubs. The last kids club will be Thursday 17th December and we will reopen in the new year. We are really excited about our new premises and have lots of great plans in the pipeline so please check back on our website or see the staff for updates at kids clubs.
During the week we are currently open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays during the daytime between 10am and 1pm, parents are always welcome to pop in for a cuppa and chat with us during these times.
Indigo Moves to New Home
Closure threat for Indigo Kids
INDIGO CHAIR WINS AWARD
Congratulations to Sarah Mark Seaton on getting a 'Women of Influence award'. This was presented to Sarah at an awards ceremony last night at The Belfry Hotel. Sarah will be featured in the Nottingham Post shortly, so keep an eye out for her. Well done to Sarah from everyone at Indigo.
Nottingham's Women of Influence honoured at ceremony
ASDA cash for the community award 2014
Indigo kids won the Asda cash for the community award, £200 total. Thank you to everyone for placing your votes in our box.
More pictures in the gallery.
Indigo are having another clothing collection, please bring your unwanted clothes to our premises. Old or good condition. Good clothes we can sell, old go to a rag company in exchange for funds. All funds go back into Indigo Kids Clubs.
We have done two previous collections in the past and raised over £300 collectively.
Hucknall Christmas Tree festival and carnival
December 3rd was Hucknall carnival and Christmas tree festival.
Pictured is the tree presented by Indigo Kids, which won the vote for the children's trees. The decorations were made by some of our kids at kids clubs.
Indigo also had a stall at the carnival where we raised monies selling Christmas stockings for your Christmas trees, made by some of our volunteers and flashing lights, always popular with the kids. We raised over £200 in the two hours.
Thank you to all involved.
Talks for parents during kids club sessions.
We are holding talks aimed for parents whilst the kids are at club on Wednesday evenings. The talks will be in our training room if you wish to listen in or you can just relax in the foyer if the topics are not what you are looking for. Refreshments provided.
Here we have Wendy Storrs from Parent Partnership Service, who came along to talk to parents August 2013
We are looking into setting up more talks for parents now the new school year is back in focus.
Another Indigo Kid as mascot at the Notts County FC game
Keaton Knighton was mascot at the Notts County FC game Saturday 24th August 2013.
He had a brilliant day and loves his new kit. Well done Keaton.
Notts County FC vs Basford Hall College FC charity Game.
A staff team from Notts County Football Club played Basford Hall college Football Club at Notts County ground, Meadow Lane, Wednesday evening 15th May 2013.
The annual staff game is to raise money for a chosen charity. This year it was Indigo Kids.
The game raised over £500 for our group. Indigo Kids would like to thank both teams for their time and the money they have raised will benefit our children, as it is going towards our garden project to make it a fun, safe environment for them.
Pictured are the Notts County team, and game photographs.
Representatives from indigo Kids that attended the game.
Claire, a kids club volunteer, Michelle, a mum and our vice chair, Sean an Indigo Kid, Tina, mum to Sean and secretary, Natalie a mum and Joe a sibling. Two other siblings also attended, Sean's sister and Michelle's daughter.
Michelle's sons could not attend and Natalie's son was at our Wednesday evening youth club.