What we have been up to in 2021 so far…..


22 of us enjoyed riding on the trikes around The Harrier Centre, thanks to Nigel at Surrey Wheels for All.

The SCAMPPS kids including parents and siblings had a great time trying out the trikes – All types and sizes – Tomcats, recumbent, some adapted for wheelchairs/buggies, 2 seaters – ALL SORTS !

We hope to do this again in Sept 2021 – watch this space.


Safari Pete – Meeting the animals

In July we all met the Amazing Safari Pete and his wonderful array of exotic animals, including 2 very cute meerkats, Boo-Boo the monitor lizard, a barn owl called Juliet, scorpion, Drake the snake.

It was such fun, we will defiantly be seeing Pete and the animals again the very near future.


Cycling Course

Thanks to Ed from Pedal Project and a large donation from the Needles View Charitable Trust, we were able to run a 3 week cycling course in Epsom during September. Ed uses lightweight Isla Bikes which are easy to control and the pedals come off so that they can be used at first as balance bikes to gain confidence. Since the course, the kids have all received an Isla Bike to use at home and we hope to repeat the course for those who are on the waiting list in Spring 2019.

Find out more about the bikes – https://www.islabikes.co.uk

and Ed from Pedal Project – https://pedalproject.co.uk

Swimming and Pizza at Tadworth Leisure Centre

In September, we had a great 1 hour private session in the pool with Pizza afterwards and a chance to get to know other families afterwards. Thanks to Tadworth Leisure Centre for making us so welcome


Happy Glaze Ceremics Pottery Painting Session in Epsom

In November, we had a brilliant couple of hours being creative, painting mugs and plate.
Thanks so much to Happy Glaze Ceramics for making us so welcome.
You can see some of our fantastic work and please take a look at their website if you would like to go along to their shop in Epsom town centre.


Trip to see the Snow Queen at the Rose Theatre 

In January, we had a brilliant opportunity to see a production at the Rose Theatre. We had 15 families and we took up all the wheelchair spaces at the Rose and enjoyed a signed performance which was of great benefit to many children. It was a fabulous production and all the family thoroughly enjoyed seeing it and spending some time together.