‘What’s Out There?’

7th Jul


Brighton & Hove City Council, along with Brighton & Hove CCG, AmazeSpeak Out and the Carers Centre are hosting an event for people with learning disabilities or autism and those that support them.

‘What’s Out There?’ is 10am-3pm, Tuesday 10 July 2018, King Alfred Leisure Centre, Hove

This is a free event showcasing the information, support, services and activities available for people with learning disabilities and autism in the city. The event is open to anyone with learning disabilities, as well as family, carers, and anyone else interested in finding out more.

Service providers from across the city will be available to talk to on the day and there will be a range of fun activities to try out, including:

  • art workshops
  • sports activities
  • dance sessions
  • New Age Kurling
  • multi-sports
  • table tennis
  • Capoeria
  • games and workshops from Albion in the Community
  • activities from Sussex Cricket
  • and more!

As well as music and dance performance on stage to enjoy over lunchtime from:

  • Carousel Choir
  • The FanDance Company
  • Marta Scott Dance Company

Advice stalls, workshops, performances and refreshments will be in the Ballroom with further activities in the Sports Hall. The venue is wheelchair accessible and has a sound loop available.

 We very much welcome you to come along. There is no need to book in advance, just drop-in on the day.

The full schedule and list of services and activities will be available in mid-June. For more information, or advice on specific access requirements, please contact WhatsOutThere@brighton-hove.gov.uk

Please share with anyone that might find the event interesting or useful.


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