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Scope Activities Blackpool 2013 October – December (Inc. October half term) We arrange exciting activities for disabled children and young people – after school, at weekends and in the holidays. We are delighted to bring you lots of ideas of exciting activities for disabled children and young people to take part in. These activities are just a taste of what’s on offer. We continue to add new ones to our new and updated website all the time, so check them out. And if there’s something a child really enjoys and others will too or there’s an activity a child always wanted to try, but can’t find anywhere to do it, let us know. Booking Some activities will have limited places so it’s best to book as soon as possible. Places will be confirmed by the providers themselves and can be contacted directly. Full details are provided inside this programme. Support Adult supervision is provided on the activities. If dedicated one to one support is needed, a carer may be required to accompany the child. Please contact the activity providers directly to discuss the child’s needs. Join us on Facebook on facebook.com/ScopeBlackpool page Call us on 01772 828 000 or 07436 811009 for further information about the programme. Best wishes Scope Activities team

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Scope Activities Blackpool October – December (including October half term) 2013 Provider

Activity

Day/Date

Cost

Age

Blackpool Bears

Multi-disability sports

Saturday

£3

11+

Funpod Foxes

Multi-sports group

Sunday

£3

8+

FA Tesco Skills

Football

Tue, Wed & Sat

Free

5-11

Urban Dance

Street & break dance

M, Tu, Wed, Th & Sat

£3/£4

2+

Safe play centre

Multi-sensory venue

Mon-Sun

£40-£60

All

Circus School

Circus skills

Wednesday *

£3.50

7+

Fylde Sharks

Swimming

Sat/Sun

£5

0-18

Cheetahs

Wheelchair sports

Friday *

£1

0-18

Tiggers

Trampolining

Wed & Sun

£10 a year

3+

SeeSaws

Stay & Play session

Last Sat each month

£2.50

0-19

The A team

Autism Youth Club

Tuesday

50p-£1

12+

GFS

Girls only club

Friday *

£1

6+

Beatz Meetz

Drum group

Thursday *

£2

All

TramShed

Theatre group

Tuesday*

£30 a term

4+

ALS

Activity Club

Tuesday*

£3.50

ALS

Bowling Club

Wednesday*

£7 / £10

ALS

Under 5’s group

Thursday*

£1.50 or £3.50

ALS

Activity Club

Thursday*

Under 5

*= term time only

More specific details on individual activities are listed in this brochure and also on our webpage.


3 October half term holiday Clubs & Activities ALS

Holiday Club Over 6 years

Monday 28th, Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th October

£10 a day

6-19

ALS

Holiday Club Under 6 years

Thursday 31st October

£10 a day

0-6

ALS

Halloween Fancy dress party

Thursday 31st October

£3.50

SNAP

Holiday Club

Tuesday 29th, Thursday 31st October & Friday 1st November

£10 a day

8-19

PIP

Holiday Club over 8’s

Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th October

£10 a day

8-18

PIP

Holiday Club under 8’s

Tuesday 29th & Thursday 31st October

£10 a day

6-8

Seesaws

Play & Stay holiday activities

Tuesday 29th October (Mad Science) & Friday 1st November (Halloween Party)

£2.50 a session

0-19

Progress Supported Employment

Entrepreneurship course

Monday 28th October – Friday 1st November

Free

16-19

More specific details on individual activities are listed in this brochure and also on our webpage.


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Activity providers Blackpool Bears multi disability sports Take part in exciting activities such as cycling, boccia, new age curling, archery, dance, rebound therapy, climbing, athletics, table tennis, badminton and ‘wheels’ for all cycling. All activities are suitable for every child and it is encouraged for siblings and friends to attend and join in too. All sessions are supervised by trained and qualified coaches and volunteers that have all been CRB checked. Supported by Blackpool Council, the club encourages parent and carer participation and strives to achieve a warm, friendly and fun environment. The management committee includes parents and carers who meet regularly organising events and managing the regular weekly sessions as well as recruiting staff and volunteers. Age: 11 years and over Dates: Every Saturday Time: 11am – 2.30pm Venue: Blackpool Sports Centre, West Park Drive Standard price: £3 per week Book by: No booking necessary Contact details: Ian Howson Call: 01253 761144 Email: blackpoolbears@aol.com FUNPOD Foxes multi sports group A new two hour multi sports session with a mixture of activities that will enhance speed, agility, hand and eye coordination and fitness. FUNPOD aims to improve interaction and social skills with an emphasis to have lots of fun! Our qualified and experienced sports coaches focus on trying new activities with the children, which they enjoy and can learn to be part of a team, a player and a FUNPOD Fox member. Age: Eight years and over Dates: Every Sunday Time: 2pm – 4pm Venue: St Anne’s YMCA, St Albans Road, FY8 1XD Standard price: First session free, £3 thereafter Book by: ASAP Contact details: Graham Lean Call: 07518 048 571 Email: graham.lean@fyldecoastymca.org


5 The FA Tesco Skills Running for over five years this is a nationwide programme aimed at improving young players for the future. Over the years The FA Tesco Skills has developed players to go onto play for Morecombe FC, Blackburn Rovers FC and Blackpool FC. The weekly training and holiday sessions run alongside a child’s normal club training and will not be used to develop a new team. The focus of the training sessions is based around individual ball work and game understanding to help improve overall footballing ability. Age: Five to 11 years Dates: Boys every Tuesday from 5pm – 7pm Girls every Wednesday from 6pm – 7pm South shore youth every Saturday from 10am – 12pm @ Palatine Leisure Centre Venue: St Georges High School, Cherry Tree Road, Blackpool Standard price: Free Contact details: Alan Williams Tel: 07931 126 729 Email: alan.williams@thefa.com Website: www.tescoskills.thefa.com

Urban Dance Project (UDP) UDP specialises in teaching street and break dance to children of all ages and abilities. It also delivers community projects teaching dance in all styles. The sessions will help build confidence, improve coordination, flexibility, stamina and balance. Participants will work towards performing in shows, charity events, galas and competitions. Age: Three years and over Dates: Bispham Body Sense Gym, Bristol Avenue Monday: - 4.30pm – UDP Kidz - age 4-12 years Wednesday: - 4.30pm – UDP Kidz (Int) – age 6-11 years Wednesday: - 5.45pm – UDP Adv – open age Thursday: - 5.25pm – UDP Teenz – age 12+ years Saturday: - 9.30am – UDP Tots – age 2-5 years Wendy Holland’s Fitness Butts Close, Red Marsh Industrial Estate, Thornton Tuesday: - 6pm – UDP Kidz – age 4-12 years Standard price: £2 first session, £4 thereafter (Tots £3) Book by: ASAP Contact details: Michelle Ramsey (Mimi) Tel: 07584 359 310 Email: urbandanceproject@hotmail.co.uk Website: www.urbandanceproject.co.uk


6 Safe play centre A small, friendly multisensory venue, designed specifically for disabled children and adults. The centre is hired out on a private, pre booked basis to families and organisations who wish to use the facilities. Children and young people are able to play and relax in a safe, secure and non-judgemental environment. There is interactive equipment, sensory room, soft play and the opportunity for participants to bring own food. Age: All Dates: Monday to Sunday by appointment only Time: 9am – 9pm Venue: Unit 61 Roman Way Industrial Estate, Ribbleton, Preston, PR2 5BE Standard price: Individual user with carers and family – up to 10 people £40 an hour, £50 for one and a half hours, £60 for two hours Group visit – up to 25 users and 20 carers £45 for an hour, £55 for one and a half hours, £65 for two hours Half price on first visit, one per family, when mentioning Scope Activities Blackpool Book by: Within 24 hours Contact details: Claire or Rob Jones Call: 01772 793681 Email: enquires@safeplaycentre.co.uk Website: www.safeplaycentre.co.uk Blackpool Circus School Activities are divided into two sections – beginners and advanced. The beginners start for one hour and have to qualify in six basic disciplines that include the diabolo, plate spinning, mini tightrope, poi, scarf juggling and flower sticks. They are then invited to join the two hour advanced class which includes the low wire, unicycles, globe balancing, stilt walking, ball, club and ring juggling, acrobatics. Further advanced tricks can be learnt with the diabolo and unicycle basketball alternating with unicycle hockey. Students attend to either have fun or develop their skills to a professional level. Some have gone onto tour with travelling circuses, work at the tower in Blackpool and some are even working in the USA. Age: Seven years and over Dates: Wednesdays (term time only) Time: 5.45pm – 7.45pm Venue: Highfield Humanities College, FY4 3JZ Standard price: £3.50 for one hour, £5 for two hours Book by: Not required Contact details: Yuri Gridneff Tel: 01253 735725 Email: yuri@blackpoolcircusschool.co.uk Website: www.blackpoolcircusschool.co.uk


7 Fylde Sharks Disability Swimming Club One to one support is offered in the swimming pool to all children and abilities. There’s swimming lessons to build up water confidence, swimming strokes and techniques as well as developing communication which involves bringing interaction skills to the 30 minute session. Play is also a huge part of the swimming sessions and every swimming teacher is qualified and experienced. The families who attend the club are happy knowing that their child is safe whilst having fun. Age: Up to 18 years Dates: Fortnightly on Saturdays and Sundays Time: 3.30pm – 5.30pm Venue: St Anne’s YMCA swimming pool and YMCA Kirkham baths Standard price: £5 Book by: Booking is necessary Contact details: Pam Young Call: 07922 522 895 Email: helen@fyldesharks.co.uk Cheetahs Cheetahs is a wheelchair sports club that has been set up specifically to bring together disabled and able bodied children to play a variety of sports (in sport wheelchairs) together on a level playing field. We run a weekly multi sports session, £1.00 per session, in Thornton, which allows disabled children to play sport, both competitively and for fun, with their friends and siblings. The Cheetahs provides free refreshments in an environment that allows parents and carers to have a break and gain support from other parents, safe in the knowledge that their children are having fun and exercise. The sessions are for all ages and cover a multitude of sports, however; we would like to offer a more specialist wheelchair basketball session, in addition to our Friday night multi sport session, to run on a different night of the week. Further to this we intend to set up a wheelchair basketball team to play competitively against other teams. Age: 0-18 years Dates: Every Friday (term time only), holiday sessions to be advised Time: 4-5.30pm Venue: YMCA Thornton, Victoria Road East FY5 3SX Standard price: First session free, £1 participation fee thereafter Book by: No need to book Contact details: Becky Call: 01253 205134 / 07891 367389 Email: info@thecheetahs.co.uk


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Tiggers Blackpool Tiggers are the local charity providing trampolining, leisure and social activities for children and young people on the autistic spectrum. We have regular trampolining all year round and much more in the school holidays including horse riding, Lego Club, music lessons, gardening in our allotment and trips to places such as Kaos, Space and Blackpool Zoo. Age: 3 years to adult Dates: Every Sunday 11.30am-3,30pm, Every Wednesday for Tiggers 2 – (adult/quieter session) 6.30pm-8.30pm. Also lots going on during school holidays Venue: Unit 23, Sycamore Trading Estate, Squires Gate Lane, FY4 3RL Standard price: £10 per year for membership Book by: Please note you MUST be a member to go to Tiggers – **TIGGERS CURRENTLY HAVE VACANCIES** Call: 01253 365734 Email: office@blackpooltiggers.co.uk SeeSaws SeeSaws is a stay and play session for children with disabilities or additional needs and their families. Children will participate in arts and crafts, sports, ICT, music and cooking. In warmer weather children will be encouraged to play outside in the secure area. The sessions are theme based and the resources available will reflect this. Parents and carers are encouraged to interact with the children. Parents gain support from other parents. Age: 0-19 years Dates: Last Saturday of every month (term time only) Time: 10am – 12pm Venue: Springfield Methodist Church, Bispham Road, Blackpool, FY2 0FY Standard price: £2.50 per child Book by: No need to book Contact details: Julie Clarke Call: 07747533846 Email: seesaws@live.com


9 The A Team Youth Club The A Team Youth Club is for young people with Autism aged 12-25 years. Blackpool Youth Service run the club and is supported by the Communication, Learning and Autism Service (CLAS). At the club you will have fun and make friends using games and activities provided. You will also participate in evening events with visits to the cinema, bowling etc. Previously there have been opportunities for the young people to attend weekly activity weekends away in the Lakes. There is an emphasis on teaching appropriate social communication and interaction skills. Age: 12-25 years Dates: Every Tuesday (term time only) Time: 6-8.30pm Venue: Whiteholme Youth and Community Centre, All Saints Road, Bispham FY5 3AL Standard price: 50p - ÂŁ1 Book by: Please phone to confirm a place Contact details: Jacqui Ghigi Call: 01253 476642 Email: Jacqui.ghigi@blackpool.gov.uk The GFS Platform The GFS (Girls Friendly Society) Platform meet each Friday and do a variety of activities, for example, drama, music, dance, crafts, games, discussions (with older girls), work towards competitions day that we attend in the diocese, meet other GFS girls at these events and also have weekend and holidays away. Age: 6+ years Dates: Every Friday (term time only) Time: 6.30-8pm for age 6-10 years, 7.30-9pm for age 11-18 years Venue: St Marks Church Hall, Westcliffe Drive, Layton, FY3 Standard price: ÂŁ1 Book by: No need to book Contact details: Mrs Barbara Brook Call: 01253 885044 Email: babsbrook@hotmail.co.uk


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Beatz Meetz Beatz Meetz Community Drum Circle is a non-profit Community Music Group that meet once a week. Beatz gather as a group each Thursday and play all kinds of percussion instruments. The first hour is used learning a number of different rhythms – with the aim to perform them as a group in the summer. After the break the remaining time is taken up with a free rolling improvisation session. The only aim being to ‘keep the music flowing’ Drums and other instruments are provided. Age: All ages Dates: Every Thursday Time: 7-9pm Venue: St Bernadettes RC School, Blackpool, FY2 0AS Standard price: First session free then £2 thereafter Book by: Phone Contact details: Mark Barnes Call: 07411 051457 Email: mike.barnes@live.co.uk TramShed TramsShed offers fully inclusive workshops for children; young people and adults aged 4 years upwards, with a specific focus on individuals living with a disability, social/emotional need or from a disadvantaged background. Our workshops are open to EVERY individual and anyone who has an interest in performing arts is encouraged to apply. In our weekly workshops we cover drama, music, dance, physical theatre, lyric writing, devising and much more. We work towards two main performances each year and write all our own scripts and music around the members involved to ensure everyone is included. Our specialist team of Arts Practitioners ensure the workshops are exciting, fun and enjoyed by all who attend. The team are trained in BSL to Level 3 and have experience with Makaton and PECs. Adult Company Age: 18 + Dates: Tuesday term time only Time: 7.30pm – 8.45pm

Children’s Theatre Age: 7-12 years Dates: Tuesday term time only Time: 4.30pm – 5.45pm


11 Mini Children’s Theatre Age: 4-6 years Dates: Tuesday term time only Time: 3.45pm – 4.30pm

Youth Theatre Age: 12-17 years Dates: Tuesday term time only Time: 6pm – 7.15pm

Venue: QA Centre, Montgomery High School, All Hallows Road, FY2 0AZ Standard price: £30 a term Book by: Application forms must be submitted before an individual is able to attend Contact details: Zac Hackett Call: 07852 498427 Email: tramshedtheatre@hotmail.co.uk Website: www.tramshed.org.uk

ALS term time activities We are a warm, friendly and socially inclusive club for children with additional needs, their siblings and friends. Offering fun, exciting and interactive activities that are child and young person led. These activities are aimed at individual ability levels of the children and young people, in a safe and secure environment. Facilities include a fully equipped sensory room with a ball pool and soft play area. The centre offers a computer suite and spacious gaming areas, with an arts and crafts room, pool table, football table and table tennis table. We have a fully fitted kitchen which we can offer baking and cooking sessions. Tuesday activity club 5.30pm until 7.30 pm Aiming higher central Church St £3.50

Wednesday bowling group 5.30pm until 7.30 pm 1St Bowl Blackpool Bowling & Unlimited drink £7 Bowling, unlimited drink & meal £10

Thursday under 5's group 12.45pm until 2.45 pm Aiming higher central Church St Stay & Play £1.50 Respite £3.50

Thursday Activity Club 5.30pm until 7.30 pm Aiming higher central Church St

Book by: Phone Contact details: Lynda Dwornik/Suzanne Dwornik Call: 07540 091 300 / 07873 650140 Email: lynda.dwornik@yahoo.co.uk


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October half term holiday club providers and activities ALS holiday club We are a warm, friendly and socially inclusive holiday club for children with additional needs, their siblings and friends. Offering fun, exciting and interactive activities that are child and young person led. These activities are aimed at individual ability levels of the children and young people, in a safe and secure environment. Facilities include a fully equipped sensory room with a ball pool and soft play area. The centre offers a computer suite and spacious gaming areas, with an arts and crafts room, pool table, football table and table tennis table. We have a fully fitted kitchen which we can offer baking and cooking sessions. Age: Six to 19 years Dates: Monday 28th, Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th October Time: 10am – 3pm Age: Under 6 year olds Dates: Thursday 31st October Time: 10.30am – 2.30pm Venue: Aiming Higher Central, Church Street, FY1 3PB Standard price: £10 per child per day Book by: Phone or email Contact details: Lynda Dwornik/Suzanne Dwornik Call: 07540 091 300 / 07873 650140 Email: lynda.dwornik@yahoo.co.uk

SeeSaws SeeSaws is a stay and play session for children with disabilities or additional needs and their families. Seesaw are putting on two extra sessions over the holiday period Age: 0-19 years Dates: Tuesday 29th October – Mad Science Friday 1st November – Halloween Party Time: 10am – 12pm Venue: Springfield Methodist Church, Bispham Road, Blackpool, FY2 0FY Standard price: £2.50 per child Book by: Contacting Julie Contact details: Julie Clarke Call: 07747533846 Email: seesaws@live.com


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SNAP A variety of activities are available such as baking, games, celebrations, arts and crafts, sensory play, soft play, interactive games and songs, music and instruments, toys, dance, games console, parachute games, books and construction with soft bricks and Lego. There is also a possibility of outdoor activities, day trips and activities in the local community. Age: Eight to 19 years Dates: Tuesday 29th, Thursday 31st October & Friday 1st November Time: 10am – 3pm Venue: St Stephens Church Hall, St Stephens Ave, FY2 9RB Standard price: £10 per child per day Book by: ASAP as care plans need delivering, filling out and recollecting before the child can attend holiday club. Contact details: Latoya Skyes Call: 07545883949 Email: snap567@hotmail.co.uk Website: www.facebook.com/public/Snap-No-Limits


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Play Inclusion Project (PIP) – PIP is now OFSTED registered The project offers children with significant or complex needs the opportunity to attend PIP Activity Club during the school holidays. Children and young people get the chance to participate in a number of exciting activities, interactive computers, gaming sessions, cooking, sensory light room, bubble tubes, vibrating bed, swing and music, arts and crafts and sensory garden. PIP provides a fun, interactive day inviting music, movement and sports teachers to engage the children. Age: Eight to 18 years Dates: Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th October Time: 10am – 4pm This project offers children with significant or complex disabilities the opportunity to attend PIP Activity Club at Highfurlong School during the school holidays. This covers arts, crafts, equipment and entrance fees to venues. Children and young people get the opportunity to participate in a number of exciting activities inc. arts, crafts, dance, drama and sensory sessions as well as trips out to Beacon Fell, Martin Mere, Lancaster Williamson Park, Blackpool Zoo, Bowling and SPACE Centre, Preston.

Specialist in Hydro therapy sessions every holiday EVERY SCHOOL HOLIDAY


15 Play Inclusion Project (PIP) – PIP is now OFSTED registered Age: Age 6-8 years Dates: Tuesday 29th & Thursday 31st October Time: 10am – 3pm PIP will attend a home visit with every child to discuss individual needs also visiting their Special School to replicate the support offered in school The programme will be A day in school providing a Hydro therapy Session delivered by Blackpool Polar Bears in the morning and fun interactive themed session in the afternoon or a trip out to Beacon Fell, Martin Mere, Lancaster Williamson Park, Blackpool Zoo, Bowling and SPACE Centre, Preston The scheme has been approved to run by the Ofsted regulation Venue: Highfurlong Special School, FY3 7LR Standard price: £10 per child per day Book by: Calling or emailing Contact details: Francoisie Peill Call: 01253 899883 or 07809 067 773 Email: pip.bfw@ic24.net


16 Progress Supported Employment Employability Week Progress will be holding a FREE entrepreneurship course for individuals aged 16-19 living in the Blackpool area. The course works towards an accreditation looking specifically at boosting employability skills and developing entrepreneurship qualities. The accessible (easy read) course is specifically designed to be inclusive for individuals with learning difficulties, disabilities or mental health issues; it leads the individual on a path of personal development, considering future employment opportunities and developing transferrable skills. Age: 16-19 Dates: Monday 28th October – Friday 1st November Time: 8.45 – 5pm Venue: The Oracle, St. Annes Road, Blackpool, FY4 2AP Standard price: FREE with lunch included Book by: ASAP Contact details: Alison Cross Call: 01253 477281 or 07815423057 Email: alison.cross@progressemployment.org Website: www.progressemployment.org


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Other providers The Together Centre A one stop shop for advice, support and information for families with disabled children and children who have additional needs. Age: Zero to 13 years The Together Centre will have sessions running over the half term please keep checking their website for updated information Contact details: The Together Centre Call: 01253 476322 Website: www.blackpool.gov.uk

Solaris Centre The Solaris Centre offers the opportunity for groups to explore the habitats and wildlife within the grounds including pond dipping using our raised pond after the Whit half term holiday. We can also offer rockpool exploration on the beach all year round for groups. Events will be dependent on the tides and suitable clothing should be worn for the conditions. Inside the Solaris Centre we can offer groups an interactive tour and talk about sustainability, climate change, renewable energy, waste, pollution, natural resources and biodiversity. Age: All Dates: By arrangement, group activities can be organised Time: By arrangement Venue: The Solaris Centre, New South Promenade, Blackpool, FY4 1RW Standard price: Free Book by: - Due to demand please book well in advance Contact details: David McGrath Call: 01253 478023 Email: david.mcgrath@blackpool.gov.uk Website: - www.solariscentre.org


18 Blackpool Carers’ Centre Blackpool Carers’ Centre is an independent, local charity and network partner of Carers Trust. We provide a range of services to support and enhance the lives of unpaid carers of all ages throughout Blackpool. A carer is someone, who without payment provides help and support to a parent, partner, child, relative, friend or neighbour, who could not manage without their help. This could be due to age, physical or mental illness, substance misuse or a disability. There are thousands of Carers in the area. Many juggle, work, school or other commitments along with their caring role, and most don’t think of themselves as carers, nor realise the range of services available to help them. Blackpool Carers centre provides emotional and practical support for, Adult Carers, Parent Carers, Young Adult Carers (aged 16-25) and Young Carers from the age of 5, including additional support from our specialist team for the whole family. Contact Details: Blackpool Carers’ Centre Norman House Robson Way Blackpool FY3 7PP Tel: 01253 393748 Email: admin@blackpoolcarers.org


19 Sandcastle Waterpark

Sandcastle Waterpark is one of Blackpool’s leading tourist attractions. The Waterpark features over 18 slides and attractions including water slides, fun pools, wave machine, lazy river, water chutes, burger bars, snack bars, arcades, swim shop and much much more. So, if you’re looking for things to do in Blackpool and fancy a great day out make sure you visit the Sandcastle Waterpark. We cater for families with children of any age and we can even organise birthday parties. Tel: - 01253 343602 Sandcastle Waterpark is proud to be an accessible venue, we work with each individual to ensure the best day out possible. Please do not feel that you are not able to enjoy our facilities - simply ask, we encourage you to discuss your individual requests either prior to your visit on our Safety Hotline 01253 340721 or on arrival by requesting an Accessible Ambassador.


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Odeon Cinema - dimensions

Autism Friendly Film screenings We offer Autism Friendly Film screenings in partnership with Cineworld, ODEON and Vue Cinemas. Every month, each participating cinema shows a different film from a selection of new releases and classics including Pixar animations, Disney adventures and other fantastical adventures suitable for all age ranges.

What makes the screenings autism friendly?     

The lights will be on low The volume will be turned down There will be no trailers at the beginning of the film You'll be able to take your own food and drinks You'll be able to move around the cinema if you like**

**Guests are reminded not to run inside the cinema and children are to be supervised at all times.

Share the experience Each cinema provider hosts one Autism Friendly Film showing per month at their selected participating outlets. Contact details: (press office) – Kayley Worsley Call: 0300 303 9003 (ext 1531) Email: autismfilms@dimensions-uk.org


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Having fun all year round… Blackpool Polar Bears swimming club This is a multi-disability swimming club offering swimming for senior and junior competitive squads as well as sessions for learners. The polar bears also organise days out which could range from bowling, cinema trips or whatever the children and young people decide. Age: Five years and over Dates: Every Sunday Time: 8.55am – 11.30am Venue: Moor Park Pool, Blackpool Standard price: £40 annual membership Book by: There is currently a waiting list Contact details: Stuart Ingles Tel: 01253 751076 Email: blackpool_polarbears@yahoo.co.uk Website: www.blackpool-polarbears.co.uk


SCOPE Timetable Dec 2013