Due to the Covid-19 virus, EASTLEIGH BOROUGH & ROMSEY MENCAP are cancelling all our clubs for the time being
We are sorry to have to take this action as we know how much our members enjoy the activities we provide but this is essential to keep people safe and well.
We will review the situation at the end of April and will be in touch with our club members at that time.
For the moment there will be
If you are stuck at home, our ACTIVE CITIZENS Group have put together a list of things you might do. Watching the television is good for a while but you can keep your mind and body active too while you are at home. This is important for your health and well being.
The Active Citizens' list of stuff to do at home...
(If you go out try to avoid close contact with other people)
Try to do something active at least once a day, or more…
THIS IS THE ONE WE WANT EVERYONE TO DO!
All entries will be exhibited at our next FLAGSHIP ART EXHIBITION and we will award prizes. You can enter as many times as you wish. EXHIBITION probably in the autumn this year.
The beauty is you can do some of these things at the same time!
We don’t like to endorse one company above another but THE WORKS on Market Street in Eastleigh has a huge range of quite cheap puzzle books and blank Easter cards to make. Hobbycraft at West End has many things to buy that can occupy your time.
Please tell us if you have found other things to do that you want to share with your friends. We will add these to the list and if you send in pictures we will showcase them.
Printable list of Things to Do...
Our services are open to anyone with a learning disability who lives in the borough of Eastleigh or in Romsey.
Our constitution limits the offer of our services to people with learning disabilities living in this geographical area. Much of our funding is raised locally for the benefit of local people with learning disabilities.
Our services cover a wide range of activities, all possible with the support of grants from various sources - use links on this page for more information.
Contact Michelle on 023 8048 3471 (or by email firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more...
The Chill Out Club is a membership club for adults with a learning disability who want to meet up with their friends in the evening. It is not a drop-in.
Eastleigh Hot Shots basket ball club provides regular physical exercise, competitive opportunities, personal challenges and fun for a group of adults with learning disabilities through basketball.
Our Art Club in West End started at the end of January 2015. The Club is for
people who have a real interest in art and in improving their skills. Club members are expected to focus on the artistic tasks that the group are set by our tutor, Caroline Rackham.
The cost for the Club is £5 per session, this includes tuition, refreshments and all materials.
Please contact Michelle on 023 8048 3471 (or by email email@example.com) if you wish to attend.
All who have a serious interest in art are welcome.
Our Gardening Club is for adults with learning disabilities who want to learn how to grow their own food, and those who have a real interest in or love of horticulture.
...is a new service started in July 2017 following the transformation of the site over the previous eight months. People with learning disabilities who enjoy gardening will be working on maintaining the shrubs at Grantham Green every two weeks or so, throughout the year.