Activity Club


Funded by Blackpool Council Short Breaks.

The Activity Club offers a short break to parents and carers of children with additional needs and disabilities during school holidays.

Blackpool Activity Club is open to children and young people aged 8-18 with complex to severe additional needs and/or disabilities.

Every session is different and activities are often chosen by the children and young people. Sessions can include; arts, crafts, dance, drama, sports based activities and sensory sessions as well as trips out in the local community including The Space Centre, Stanley Park, Bowling, trampolining and many more.

For further details please contact Sophie England on 01253 899883 or Email – sophie@playinclusionproject.org.uk

Blackpool Saturday Group


Funded by Blackpool Council, this group offers activities on alternate Saturdays, throughout the year.

This group is for those with complex to severe additional needs, from the ages 8-18 years who have been referred to Play Inclusion Project, via the Complex Needs Team.

Young people are given the opportunity enjoy a wide range of in-house activities and trips. These trips include: tram journeys, zoo trips, farm trips and much more! Our in house days are themed and involve sensory play, arts and crafts, outside play, role play and construction.

For more information on how referrals work for this group, please contact Sophie at sophie@playinclusionproject.org.uk.

Please note: we cannot take referrals ourselves, these have to be done by the social workers. But, we can offer advice on how to gain this from them.