Past Events

Summer 2020

We had to deliver a little differently during the Covid-19 outbreak. during the lockdown we delivered food package to our families and posted "what to do today activities" online each day. Once the summer started we held two 1.30 hour art sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays and had sport sessions on Wednesday and Friday. Sessions had to be booked online in advance to allow us to limit numbers.

Trip to Tideways

Our young people were invited in February to view the work Tideways have been doing, building a 25km Super Sewer under the Thames ending in Acton

Christmas Party 2019

 We had food made by cooking club, games, quizzes, flaming pudding, music, dancing, prizes, crackers, terrible jokes, presents and a very special guest! 🎅


Christmas Ice Skating Trip 2019

A winter trip. A group went ice skating out side the Natural History Museum, to the winter market and the Science Museum

Halloween Party 2019

A.P.P.L.E'S Halloween Party: Return of the Goblins. We had food, games, face painting, pumpkin carving, music and dancing and prizes as well as lots of Goblin costumes!

The Monkey Tree Launch 

Our Monkeys are up in their new home, come along to the tree by the playground and see if you can spot them. 🐵


Trip to littlehampton

A.P.P.L.E's  trip to Littlehampton was a big success. 
Picnic on the beach, swimming in the sea and crab fishing. And some good weather. 
Long journey home because of crashes on the motorway. 
Thanks for everyones patience.
More pictures to follow. 🦀

Summer 2019

This summer we cooked, learnt new sports, created lots of art work and worked in the garden we also ran a skate-school every week.

Climbing Trip

Some of the children and young people went wall climbing. They had a great time. 
They were a pleasure to take out: enthusiastic and happy taking part in a challenging physical activity.


Rupa Huq Visit

Our MP, Rupa Huq, visited on Tuesday 6th August.
“I was delighted to visit APPLE who do so much for young people in  Acton and have done so for many years on many front: encouraging sociability, camaraderie, physical fitness, creative arts and culinary skills. With 400,000 Londoners living in food insecurity they are also doing lots to combat holiday hunger as every kid attending will leave with wholesome, nutritious fresh food in them. I would wholeheartedly recommend them to any funder as a worthy cause that turns no child away.”

Acton Grows wild project

Keep an eye out for our fungi patch in the park, see it light up if you walk by after dark. 🍄
Thank you to Grow Wild at Kew Gardens for funding the project