Things to do
Things to do
Online activities, local youth groups and accessible activities and venues.
Local groups and activities are running sessions online because of coronavirus. Find them online here:
- Adaptive Martial Arts: beginners class, introducing people to martial arts and self defence
- Access Sport: inclusive and accessible activities to help you stay active at home
- Misfits: online creative workshops for people with learning difficulties
- Bristol Bears Community: regular videos for young people with SEND on the Bears at home YouTube page
- Creative Youth Network: creative online workshops, online help and wellbeing support
- Young Bristol: daily ‘Boredom Buster’ videos
- Flamingo Chicks: free, inclusive virtual dance and active learning sessions for disabled and non-disabled children and young people
Join a youth group
Build confidence, make friends and learn new skills at a local youth group.
Some local groups are not running because of coronavirus. Check their websites to find out more information.
WECIL run youth groups for young disabled and non-disabled people, aged 13 to 19 and young people with learning difficulties up to the age of 25.
The sessions include:
- a range of accessible activities including arts and crafts, sports and cooking
- socialising with friends
- learning about your rights
- having your voice heard
- going on trips in and outside of Bristol
WECIL will support you to find a pen pal and communicate with them in the best way for you.
University of Bristol Phab
University of Bristol Phab is an inclusive group of disabled and non-disabled young people ages 16 to 25. The sessions include baking, crafts, dance and other activities. Find more details and how to book on their website.
Find accessible activities and venues
Accessible cinema screenings
Find a local cinema with audio described, subtitled and autism friendly screenings on the Accessible Screenings UK website.
Find autism friendly cinema screenings on the Dimensions UK website.
Accessible screenings at The Watershed and the staff are trained in British Sign Language (BSL).
Find local sport clubs and activities for young disabled people on the Parasport UK website
Play football for free at Bristol City Robins Foundation.
Learn martial arts at Adaptive Martial Arts.
Start cycling and learn BMX off-road skills at Wingz Cycling
Begin horse riding at the Avon Riding Centre for disabled and non-disabled people
Accessible local events and attractions
Visit Bristol has information about: