Skip to main content

Clubs and groups

Choice Support - Carlton Day Centre

Sidcup, Kent About the Carlton Centre The Carlton Centre offers education, training and leisure opportunities for people with learning disabilities or autism. A modern and well-equipped building, the centre has flexible spaces and purpose-built facilities which include; a state-of-the-art special care suite, with ceiling hoists…
Telephone:
0800 0282 815
E-mail:
contactus@choicesupport.org.uk
Website:
https://www.choicesupport.org.uk
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Autism

Choice Support - Ken Boyce Centre

Sidcup, Kent About the Ken Boyce Centre The Ken Boyce Centre is a day centre for adults with learning disabilities. It provides opportunities for community engagement and activities which include: • Sports and leisure, including swimming and golf• A transition into employment group• Access to hydrotherapy…
Telephone:
0800 0282 815
E-mail:
contactus@choicesupport.org.uk
Website:
https://www.choicesupport.org.uk
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Autism, Profound, severe or complex

Cliftonville Children's Centre - Parent Support Drop In

Thursday 09:30am-11:00am
For Czech and Slovak parents with children under 5, come along and speak to a worker who will be able to assist with a range of different queries and introduce you to the children's centre.
Telephone:
03000 421129
E-mail:
cliftonvillecc@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Thanet Children's Centre website

Cliftonville Children's Centre - Teens 2 Twenties

  A stay and playgroup for young parents aged 21 and under. A fun opportunity for you and your child to play and connect.   
Telephone:
03000 421129
E-mail:
Cliftonvillecc@kent.gov.uk

Cliftonville Library - Playground (Creative Play for Babies)

Friday 10am - 10:45am
Playground Free weekly sessions for children aged 0 - 24 months and their parents or carers in libraries and early years settings across Kent.  Led by a team of brilliant artists and musicians, you and your child can share creative play. Fridays at 10am - Restarting…
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
cliftonvillelibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Cliftonville Library

Courses for Parents - The Princess Project

Dates and locations vary - see website or contact the team for details
We run the following courses for parents: 1) Parentalk- informal parenting course/discussion group, for mums and dads of primary-aged children  2) CAP money- basic budgeting and financial management (mums and dads) 3) Shine- building self-esteem and a sense of purpose in women and girls (mums…
Telephone:
07427 339784
07851196770
E-mail:
support@princessproject.co.uk
Website:
www.princessproject.co.uk
Disablities:
Learning difficulty, Physical disability, Hearing impaired, Language difficulty, Behavioural, emotional and social development, Visually impaired, Communication and interaction, Autism, Physical sensory/medical, Behaviour and learning

Coxheath Library - Monday in the Library Reading Group

Second Monday monthly
If you like reading and talking about books join our reading group and make new friends too.
Telephone:
03000 41 31 31
E-mail:
coxheathlibrary@kent.gov.uk
Website:
Coxheath Library
Age Range:
Ages 16-18, 18-25 (Transition)

Cranbrook & District Local History Society

The Local History Society exists to promote interest in Cranbrook and all aspects of its history. The society also manages Cranbrook Museum. Meetings are held monthly during the Winter, and there are special Summer events.  Please refer to our web page for details.    
Telephone:
01580 712929
E-mail:
Secretary@cranbrookmuseum.org
Website:
www.cranbrookmuseum.org/.../history-society.html

Crossroads Young Carers Project - Maidstone

Crossroads Young Carers Project Maidstone offer help and support for children and young people under 18 years from the Maidstone and Malling area who care for someone in their family. Support services include: Fortnightly club nights One-to-one support Trips out A newsletter Information and advice  …
Telephone:
01622 817114
E-mail:
enquiries@crossroadskent.org
Website:
https://www.crossroadskent.org/
Age Range:
Ages 11-16, Ages 16-18, Ages 0-4, Ages 5-10

Dartford and Swanley Community Service

Kent County Council community activities for people with learning disabilities. We put the individual at the heart of what we offer in Dartford and Swanley. There is a large choice of activities to suit people of all abilities. This could be: making friends and socialising…
Telephone:
03000 421 410

Category

    Offering services to:
    • (122)
    • (4)
    • (165)
    • (3)
    • (75)
    • (1)
    • (162)
    Postal location:
    • (20)
    • (20)
    • (15)
    • (13)
    • (12)
    • (9)
    • (8)
    • (7)
    • (7)
    • (7)
    • (6)
    • (6)
    • (6)
    • (6)
    • (6)
    • (5)
    • (5)
    • (4)
    • (4)
    • (4)
    District:
    • (46)
    • (41)
    • (31)
    • (28)
    • (24)
    • (21)
    • (20)
    • (15)
    • (14)
    • (12)
    • (11)
    • (10)
    • (5)
    • (3)
    • (2)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    Other filters:
    • (108)
    • (4)
    • (47)
    • (77)
    • (34)
    Service has Local Offer:
    • (21)
    Local Offer age bands:
    • (3)
    • (4)
    • (6)
    • (10)
    Local Offer provision type:
    • (1)
    • (2)
    • (2)
    • (10)
    Local Offer needs level:
    • (10)
    • (7)
    • (2)
    Supporting people with:
    • (34)
    • (32)
    • (6)
    • (26)
    • (18)
    • (4)
    • (2)
    • (7)
    • (24)
    • (33)
    • (35)
    • (30)
    • (2)
    • (15)
    • (20)
    • (26)
    • (24)
    • (16)
    • (24)
    • (5)
    • (21)
    • (22)
    • (1)
    • (1)
    • (14)
    • (22)

    Give website feedback

    green smiley (good) orange smiley (average) red smiley (poor)