Group activity for blind and partially sighted adults.
The Be Active Service matches trained and dedicated volunteers with blind and partially sighted adult to support with social activities. This partnership enables visually impaired people to get active 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 museum and art exhibitions, social and recreational activities, and theatre or sporting events, to name a few.
Connecting through literature
Our Shared Reading activity is a great way to connect through literature for people affected by sight loss. Our Readers will read out small pieces or poems which can then be discussed within a group. Join us every Thursday at 1pm, or get in touch for more information about our telephone version which can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.
Active Vision Clubs
Bradbury Fields weekday Active Vision Clubs always have something different going on, from quizzes and exercise, to crafts, games, guest speakers and live music – or just meeting friends.
Transport may be provided for those people who need it, with tea & toast, and a hot lunch included in the day. (Charges apply)
Coffee Mornings & Support groups
Getting together with others who are impacted by sight loss can help you to understand your own situation and enable you to shared your lived experiences. Ir is also a great way to meet new people, learn from other’s and share some of your own coping strategies. We have several support groups so get in touch to find out more.
Liverpool Inspirational Voices Choir
- Fridays 10:30am – 12:00pm
- If you love singing, come along and join in. Refreshments available to purchase.
- Wednesdays from 11am
- Be Active with a one hour supported gym session.
- Transport can be provided from the Bradbury centre if you cannot make your own way to Wavertree Lifestyles.
- Thursdays 10:30am – 12.00
- 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.
- Tuesdays 2.45 – 3.45pm at the Bradbury Centre
- Our Inclusive Yoga is available to all and matched to your own level and needs. A great way to get a full body and mind workout.
Stretch & Tone
- Mondays and Fridays at the Bradbury Centre
- Our Stretch & Tone sessions allow you to exercise as a small group but at your own pace, focussing on toning and flexibility.
If you would like more information on, or to join any of these clubs, please contact reception on 0151 221 0888 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
- How can I access this service?
- Telephone or email
- When is this activity on?
- See the main description above for details of days and times
- How much will it cost me?
- Some activities and groups free, some will have a charge. Contact the Centre for more information
- Social media
- What groups of people is this for?
- People with a sensory disability
- What age groups is this for?
- What areas of the city is this for?
- People from anywhere in the city
- All enquiries
- 0151 221 0888