Adult Services

Our schemes for adults aged 25 and over provide friendship and support for people with learning disabilities to participate in activities or hobbies of their choice at home or out in the community

Adult Befriending Scheme

Our Befriending Scheme for adults aged 25 and over provides friendship and support for people with learning disabilities and/or Autism to participate in activities or hobbies of their choice at home or out in the community.

How it works

A carefully matched volunteer visits the person regularly and spends time with them. Typically, volunteers help their friends to do things outside their home – a trip to the bowling alley or to the pub for example. They can also help them with any specific hobbies they have, and could accompany them to organised activities such as games sessions, discos and summer barbecues or the gym.

How it helps

The scheme helps by encouraging the people we support to make friends and spend time with new people, helping them to get out and enjoy themselves and building their independence, confidence and life skills. It also gives them a break from their parents or carers

How you can find out more

01223 883142


We believe that everyone has artistic potential – and our dedicated arts and craft activity group will help you unlock yours. We will give you the chance to try a wide range of creative activities – from painting to paper mache, jewellery making to music sessions, even drama and singing!

How it works

The group is designed by you – for you. Together with the other members you will decide what type of activities you do and develop your own personal art projects. Whatever you choose, we love having a great time, making lots of noise and getting as messy as we can!

How it helps

Joining Artworks is a great way to meet people, make friends, learn new skills and improve your confidence.

How you can find out more

We offer Artworks sessions in Milton and March.

07955 855015

01354 655487


Splat Theatre is a performing arts group for adults with learning disabilities. Adult sessions run for ten weeks during term time on Wednesdays between 6:30pm -7:30pm at Coleridge Community College.

How it works

Splat teen students participate in all three performing arts disciplines: drama, dance and singing – with the aim of building confidence, developing communication skills and improving self-expression. Each term our experienced tutors guide students on a fun-packed journey through various musical genres, styles and techniques.

How it helps

The key elements of a Splat Theatre session are creativity and imagination, with staff promoting high self-esteem and independence by encouraging students to contribute ideas and take ownership of the group.

Come and join us for a theatrical adventure!

Splat sessions may be eligible for funding using short break provision.

How you can find out more


Phone: 07843 177 850

heron club

The Heron Club meets every Wednesday evening, 6.45-9.00pm at St Ives Methodist Church, 4 The Waits, Saint Ives PE27 5BY. We have around 40 adult members with learning disabilities, aged from early twenties to sixties.

How it works

The club offers a wide range of activities such as arts and crafts, dominoes, jigsaws, billiards, bingo and listening to music. We also like to attend local events such as live music or entertainment. Members occasionally enjoy outings to the local theatre, fish and chip suppers or ten pin bowling.

How it helps

Sessions provide a safe, interesting environment to meet and make friends which increases social opportunities, confidence and self-esteem.

How you can find out more

01223 883130

hydrotherapy pool

The Windmill Hydrotherapy Pool in Fulbourn, Cambridge is specifically dedicated to people with learning disabilities and physical support needs.

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