Here at Bradbury Fields we offer a secure, understanding and
friendly environment for people with a visual impairment.
We have five social activity clubs spanning accross Monday to Thursday from
The majority of our groups can accomodate up to 30 people.
All of our clubs are very active and there is always something different
going on from quizzes to get your mind in shape and exercise to get your body
The list of activities is endless; from cookery to gardening to craft and games. Each activity is designed with the specific needs of those with a visual impairment in mind. We provide both hot and cold meals, prepared freshly each day at the centre. Our afternoon sessions usually consist of various entertainment including talks on health issues, the environment, local history, as well as this we have a variety of singers so we can all let loose and have a dance. We also offer hairdressing, massage and chiropody services here at the centre all at a reduced cost.
All of the staff and volunteers working within Bradbury Fields attend a visual awareness training course prior to starting work with us so are fully aware of the specific needs faced by those who attend. Many of our volunteers are themselves visually impaired - this offers not only a higher understanding, but also offers encouragement to new members who may feel anxious at starting something new. You cannot put a price on the importance of social interation and the benefits each individual gets from sharing information, tips and suggestions. If you would like any further information, please contact Louise Cannon-Activity Club Co-ordinator 0151 221 0888
Do you enjoy walks in the country? Has getting out for walks become more difficult since sight loss occurred? If so, why not join our weekend walking group? Transport is provided and sighted volunteers accompany visually impaired people on all walks. For further information please contact Davina Moore on 0151 221 0888
Tuesdays also see the ART GROUP meeting at The Bradbury Centre. Come along and enjoy the fantastic purpose built facilities. The Art Group's latest exhibition took place at St Georges Hall-the first of its kind! During the Capital of Culture year and they provide much of the artwork displayed in the Bradbury Centre.
Interested in music? Do you play an instrument or would like to learn? If the answer is yes why not come along and join our music group. Our state of the art facilities enable you to record onto CD. We meet on Monday evenings so come and join the fun. For more information call Jim on 0151 221 0888
This group meets on a Monday at the Bradbury Centre. The club provides an opportunity for people with a dual sensory impairment to meet with others and exchange vital information. We also organise days out for members of the group i.e. The Tate Gallery, Conservation Museum and local garden centres etc. Lunch is also available at the Bradbury Centre. For further information please contact Louise on 0151 221 0888
This group takes part at the weekend depending on how many riders are available. To find out more about this group, please contact Andy on 0151 221 0888