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  • Kinship Carers

    Kinship Carers supports grandparents, aunts, uncles or any other family member who are raising their grandchildren, nephews, nieces etc when their biological parents are no longer present or able to look after their children.  We offer advice on all topics, and can direct you to…
  • Mini Leagues

    Wednesday 6 - 8pm (Term time only)
    Part of the Inclusive Sport and Activity Programme providing recreational activities for disabled people and those with learning difficulties. Sports are adaptable to suit a variety of disabilities. Specialist equipment is available such as hoists, specialist wheelchairs or adapted cycles All sessions are delivered by…
  • Boccia

    Monday 4 - 6pm & Tuesday 12.30 - 2.30pm
    Based on bowls or boules the game is played on a badminton sized court. Players have a set of six balls (either red or blue) which are thrown, kicked or ramped to a white target ball (the jack) and points are scored by those closest…
  • Stay & Play

    Bring your little ones to enjoy a wide range of fun and stimulating activities. These sessions are for children 0-4 years of age.
  • Attitude Performing Arts School

    Saturdays
    Attitude is a performing arts youth group that has been established for over ten years. We work regularly with children and young people aged 3-19 facilitating sessions that cover acting, singing and dancing. Our sessions are solely focused on building confidence, exploring imagination, developing creativity…
  • Rebound Therapy

    Monday's at 6pm-8pm & Wednesday's at 6pm-8pm, Thursdays 5 - 7pm
    Fun exercise and fitness sessions for disabled people with severe physical disabilities, profound and multiple learning disabilities and autism, using a trampoline. Sessions are led by at least one qualified instructor. No need to book - just turn up!
  • Cycling

    Wednesday's 10am-12pm, Saturday's 10am-2pm
    The cycling club gives disabled people, their family and friends the oppotunity to cycle together in Sefton Park. A variety of bikes are available for participants and are suitable for people with a range of disabilities. Places must be booked in advance.
  • Sports and Activities for the Visually Impaired (SAVI)

    Tuesday's 6pm-8pm
    Inclusive sports for blind and partially sighted people often have an able-bodied equivalent such as tennis and blind tennis. Generally they work on the same principles with a few adapted rules. For certain activities adapted equipment is required such as audible balls or guide ropes…
  • The Poppy Centre

    Would you like to make new friends and get involved in a wide range of activities? Why not come along to our Poppy Centre - where we offer you fun, friendship and great food, plus great activities and entertainment to suit everyone. We offer freshly…
  • Table Tennis

    Tuesday's 7pm-9pm
    Coaching available from qualified coaches (additional charge applies). 10 table tennis tables and all equipment  provided. Suitable for people aged 5+.