A SPECIAL club is being set up for disabled children in Huddersfield.
The parents behind the scheme are now appealing for someone to run it.
Huddersfield Disabled Children's Club will run after school and during holidays and be based at Highfields School in Edgerton.
It has been set up by parents who have advertised for a paid club co-ordinator - but their attempts to find one have so far proved fruitless.
There will also be part-time jobs for playworkers.
Club chairman Andrew Hirst said: "Many of the children who will use the club are severely disabled.
"The co-ordinator will need to be nursery nurse-trained or have at least a level 2 NVQ in childcare.
"This club is vital, as many disabled children cannot go to mainstream after-school clubs because of their special needs.
"The club will also open during some holiday days, to provide respite for the children's parents or simply enable them to go out to work," added Mr Hirst.
"It is exceptionally difficult, and often impossible, organising childcare for disabled children."
Anyone interested in applying can phone Mr Hirst on 01484 652408.