It can be hard to find the right activities or groups. We’ve got some tips to make it easier for you
You can use our directory to help you find activities, clubs and groups to go to in your area. Use the key word and location options to help you narrow down the results to get the information you want.
Children's centres have lots of fun learning and play activities for parents and children up to five years old.
If you’re looking for activities for older children and teenagers there are lots of youth centres in Bournemouth:
The Chatterboxes are a youth action project, run by young people with disabilities, aged between 11-25 years old. They currently run 3 youth groups a week. Their main aim is to raise awareness of disabilities and create a community with is equal for all whilst being surrounded by friendship and laughter. Please see the Chatterboxes website for information and details.
Bournemouth also has B-Town Youth - their events and activities for SEND young people for between 13 to 25 year olds are detailed within the B-Town website.
We’re also lucky to have some great play grounds and activity parks in Bournemouth, some of these have special equipment for disabled children. Find out where they are, who they’re for and what’s there.
Bournemouth libraries run activities and groups for people of all ages, find out if there’s something going on that you’d like to join in with at your local library.