Leisure and Things to Do

Leisure and things to do

Leisure and Things to Do

 

Inclusive Family Cycling at Half Term

EcoLocal’s Inclusive Family Cycling sessions are back in the school holidays on Thursdays 12noon to 1pm at the David Weir Leisure Centre. They are suitable for children aged 7+ of all abilities.  Many of the cycles are accessible for children and adults with disabilities and children with learning difficulties, autism and other disabilities are welcome. Sessions cost £5 per child (parents/carers go free) - exact cash (no change given) or pay by card. Find out more about Inclusive Family Cycling.

Youth Forum for young people with SEND

A new Youth Forum for local young people (16-25) with Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) will be starting in January 25, 2021. The forum is an opportunity for young people to make new friends, to have fun together, and to share their views and wishes to help them understand and exercise their rights.

The first meeting will be on Google Meets (which includes closed captioning) on January 25, 2021 from 6-7pm. The forum aims to be inclusive as possible, but meetings will be online for the time being to be as “Covid Safe” as possible.

If you know a young person who would like to join the SIASS Youth Forum, please email laura.haupt@siass.co.uk or text 07432663262 to receive the meeting link. 

The forum is run by SIASS (Sutton Information, Advice, and Support Service), a service designed with Sutton young people in mind, so that they can have the best information, advice, and support in the most accessible way for young people with SEND. 

For more information, please visit the SIASS website.

 

Sutton Town Centre Guide (PDF, 5.57MB)

An easy read guide to Sutton borough, including shopping and eating, things to do and where to go for help. 

Action Voices Zoom Sessions (PDF, 595.03KB)

Zoom meeting sessions for young people with a learning disability living or learning in Sutton. 

 

14/10/2020, 10:50:47