Charity Partners

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Our Charity Partners are clubs, venues or associations who have charity status and support individuals and families who have disabilities.  They might run specific clubs to support individuals with disabilities, support groups or help encourage their community to become more inclusive and diversity. 

If you would like more details on how to become a Charity Partner please email us. [email protected]

  • BEAM accessible gymnastics club

http://beamgymnastics.co.uk

Description: BEAM! Gymnastics is an accessible gymnastics club supporting children with additional emotional, physical, behavioural and sensory challenges.  Gymnastics sessions are run in small groups, with blocks of approx. 6 weekly sessions, each session includes warm up games, movement to music, apparatus circuits and cool down.  There is a break out area with dark den and sensory toys and lighting.  Sessions currently run from venues in Cirencester and Fairford. 

  • Disability Sport in Swindon 

http://disabilitysportswindon.co.uk/

Description: Disability Sport in Swindon is a service aimed at offering the best opportunities for adults and young people with a physical and/or learning disability to take part in sport and physical activity. We offer a wide range of low cost, fun, safe and inclusive activities that are not only beneficial for physical health, but also emotional well-being. These sessions have a great community feel, where participants look forward to seeing each other at the sessions and make friends for life, our coaches understand this is an important aspect of the activities and have nurtured a totally supportive environment for any individual to take part in.

  • Allsorts Gloucestershire

www.allsortsglos.org.uk 

Description: Allsorts supports over 350 disabled children and their families in Gloucestershire. Based in the district of Stroud they have an inclusive Toy Library and Play Space, with a wide range of toys and equipment available to hire. Members can relax in the sensory and music rooms and meet with other families in the cosy social space. Also on offer are Youth Clubs, a Toddlers Group, a Parent and Carer Group, a Grandparents Group, Music Workshops, family-based activities and trips, Holiday Play Schemes and a Health and Fitness Programme.

  • Bath Area Play Project 

www.bapp.org.uk

Description: The Bath Area Play Project are a children’s charity based in Bath and they offer a range of activities for children with additional needs.  They include 

Monday Motivate: A group for parents with disabled children ages 5-8, running at the Hut, Nursery & Preschool, Twerton, Bath. Play workers available to engage with children whilst parents talk.

Tuesday Teenage Rampage: A group for 13-21 year olds,7-9pm, held at the Odd Down Community Centre.

Saturday Club: A group for 5 – 12 year olds, held at the Hut, Nursery & Preschool, Twerton on Saturday mornings

They also have holiday playschemes running during school holidays for children with additional needs. Parents would need to register with us to be eligible for these.