Whether you’re after a group activity or additional support for a solo activity, Bradbury Fields can provide a variety of options.
The Be Active Service matches trained and dedicated volunteers with blind and partially sighted adults. This partnership enables visually impaired people to get out and about and to participate in a wide range of community activities, either as a one-off partnership or as an ongoing, regular group activity. Examples include personal shopping, museum and art exhibitions, social and recreational events and arts and crafts workshops to name a few.
If you have an activity with which you would like support, please get in touch with Jamal Abdullah Tel: 0151 221 0888 ext 214
Bradbury Fields weekday Active Vision Clubs always have something different going on, from cookery to gardening, craft to games – or just meeting friends.
Transport may be provided for those people who need it and there’s also the option of a hot or cold meal prepared daily in the Bistro.
4th Friday of Each Month (excluding December) 12pm – 3pm
This group helps to befriend, break isolation and informs on health and community events.
Fridays 10:30am – 12:00pm
If you love singing, come along and join in! Refreshments available to purchase.
A 45-minute gym session followed by an optional 45-minute spa session.
Thursdays 10:30am – 1:30pm
Transport can be provided from the Bradbury Centre if you cannot make your own way to Lifestyles Park Road, L8.
2nd and 4th Sunday every month
Transport is provided from the Bradbury Centre with each visually impaired person matched with a volunteer sighted guide. Walks may vary in duration but tend to be around the 5-mile mark.
Over the years the walking group has also enjoyed many weekends away in Snowdonia and the Lake District.
If you would like more information on or to join any of these clubs, please contact reception on 0151 221 0888.