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Places to visit


The Cineworld™ and Odeon™ cinemas provide a range of different services for the disabled they include help for people with sensory and mobility problems. They also cater for autistic children with autistic viewing screens.

Odeon accessibility webpage Cineworld accessibility webpage

Telford Library Services

Telford Library offers a vast range of services to the disabled. Services included are audio books for people that are hard of hearing and big text books for people with sensory problems.

Telford Library services

Telford & Wrekin Libraries - Bounce & Rhyme

Tuesday and Thursday mornings 10.15 - 10.45am
Songs and rhymes for under 5’s to enjoy with their parents/carers.
This is currently a virtual session using Microsoft Teams.

Booking is via Eventbrite .
You will then be emailed a link and instructions about how to join.

Phone: 01952 382915

Town Park

Our new inclusive play area was completed in March 2013. The new play area has been designed with disabled children and young people in mind and provides equipment for all abilities within an open park setting.

Telford Town Park website

Albrighton Trust

The Albrighton Trust has a successful record of supporting people with special needs and their carers over the past 15 years by providing high standard facilities and offering a range of esteem-building activities.

Visit the Albrighton Trust website

Arthog Outreach

Doing a lot of work with groups with very complex needs has taught us that most activities are accessible in some way. We don’t offer activities specifically for special needs instead we will look at individuals with SEN and adapt activities to suit them.
Arthog Outreach website

Calvert Trust

By focusing on challenging disability through outdoor adventure, a visit to the Calvert Trust is not just about fun, it's about developing personal skills that can be taken into everyday life, including:

  • building self-confidence
  • gaining independence
  • making new friends
  • acquiring new hobbies and skills.

Each visit provides the opportunity to try something new in a safe and caring environment. By pushing these boundaries with the support of our instructors, visitors feel more comfortable about trying new things at home.

Calvert Trust website

Special Needs Adventure Playground (S.N.A.P)

Our Special Needs Adventure Playground is designed specifically for children with special needs and has been running successfully in Cannock, Staffordshire since June 2003. Complete with outdoors adventure play equipment including an aerial runway, cycle track with specially adapted bikes, a sand pit, indoors soft play area, craft room and a multi-sensory room.
SNAP website