More activities in, or around, Plymouth that you might want to take part in.
Music therapy is an evidence based intervention which uses music to improve effective communication, explore behaviour patterns, reach developmental goals, express emotions, physical and cognitive rehabilitation and bring people together.
We offer complete home assistance plans that enable individuals to remain independent in their own homes. You can tailor your home assistance to your own needs, with affordable rates and carried out by a small team of exceptional carers trained to a very high standard.
The Barbican Theatre is a creative arts organisation situated in the historic Barbican area of Plymouth. We produce new theatre and contemporary dance with young people as leaders. We encourage our audiences and participants to visit us and take part.
CHICKS is a registered charity which provides five day respite breaks for children aged between 8 and 15 years old who are living in difficult or deprived conditions and will not of had an opportunity to have another break in that year.
Classes A2Z offers a multitude of different private classes, courses and group lessons in Plymouth and surrounding areas. Choose from Academic tutoring, learning a language, taking driving lessons, dance classes, martial arts classes, Yoga classes or from a multitude of fitness classes and personal trainers.
Crownhill Community Centre is situated next to Tavistock Road, central to Plymouth. The centre aims to provide a warm and friendly welcome to all service personnel, their families and local non-service families, whether they attend a daytime user group such as a coffee morning, parent and toddler group or a social function.
Emmanuel Church runs or hosts several community outreach projects including a choir, social responsibility group, Friends of Emmanuel, the Emmanuel Fellowship and a soup run. To get involved or find out current events, look at the website or telephone them directly.
Evolve offer specialised transition support for young people with learning disabilities and autism from the age of 16 through a group-based programme of activities.