Our music making group meet twice a month to take part in different activities towards putting on a performance (twice annually). Group members take part in singing, dancing, drama, set design and costume design.
0191 375 1252
07808 842 205
We are a support group for parents/carers who have a child with any disability. We are not focused on any one disability, so if you want to come along then please do so. Everyone will be welcome and the more people who come along, the better it will…
0783 553 7604
Special Olympics GB provides year round training and sports competition for people with a learning disability by providing them with opportunities to develop physical fitness, express courage, experience the joy of participation and share gifts, skills and friendship. Local and regional events are ongoing. National…
0207 247 8891
Fax - 020 7247 2393
We offer five dance classes for children aged 2 years upwards: Tiny TINs, Scramble, Frantic. Twister and D+. Tiny TINs  (2-4 year olds)Tiny TINs is a creative dance class specially designed for the youngest members of our community. Led by professional dance teachers with extensive experience of…
0191 384 0728
We offer many opportunities for clients and volunteers to learn a range of new skills, take part in our in-house training, learn skills in horticulture, woodwork, recycling, customer services, garden services and landscaping.
0300 790 0535
Sportability is a disability club for young people and their siblings. There is opportunity to develop skills across a number of sports, in particular cricket.
0191 387 2899
Williams Syndrome is a complex, rare and sporadic gene-deletion disorder affecting development, learning, heart and blood vessels and causing a range of mental and physical conditions.We support research and provides help and support for families with affected children. Regional contacts around the country (all parents…
We are a friendly pro-active group of blind/partially sighted people, that meet on a regular basis to discuss common problems and supply useful information to support each other. We also hold fortnightly New Age Kurling and a monthly social meeting at North Road Methodist Church, Durham City which…
01388 763 501
Ferryhill Blind Club meets every Thursday from 7.00pm - 9.00pm at Ferryhill Club.  For details of activities, etc, please contact the club.
01740 652 632
We are a postal and online audio book library for people who find it difficult to read due to illness or disability, including mental health issues or learning difficulties such as dyslexia. We have a huge range of titles for adults and children and also cover the…
0207 234 0522
0207 407 9417

Expand your results

Narrow your results (filtering)

Area covered:
Participates in Children and Young People's Network scheme:
Powered by Open Objects