Little Jack’s farm is a family run business situated on the outskirts of Bottesford, NG13 0AU. Children can spend time feeding the friendly animals or exploring the craft areas. Click icon for an introduction.
Animals are said to be good for autistic children. Children may feel inhibited in social situations but contact with animals may provide a social lubricant.
Tonic health is running their Safe places drop in sessions at Holbeach Hub, Boston Rd South, PE12 7LR, every Thursday morning. The hub is a community centre.
Click Facebook icon for the hub page or thumbnail for poster. updated
To find out about a personalised day opportunity for adults with a learning disability click icon. See also Family services directory entry. updated
These activities and events are not run by GAIN but could be of interest.
The Guildhall in, St Peter’s Hill, Grantham has a page for SEN events. Click icon to view.
Kesteven Ridability offers grass roots therapeutic riding for disabled children and adults. They are located in Hough on the Hill, north of Barkston. Click icon to find out more. See their Facebook page for recent posts.
Have you discovered the free outdoor table tennis in Wyndham Park, Grantham? It is next to the tennis courts.
See Google map to find the park at NG31 9BA.
Grantham Lynx Swim
Just turn up at the Meres. As you go in there will be a table on the right with two ladies and the Lynx swimming sign. They do not swim in school holidays, that includes half terms. * Click icon to find them on Facebook or Twitter. They include some community news from members.
- Grantham Lynx Disability Swimming Club.
- Meets Wednesdays 6.30pm -7.30pm Grantham Meres.
- New members and volunteers always welcome.
Rainbow Flyers Youth Club
This is a special needs club at Ruskington Youth Centre, NG34 9DY, on Sundays 3-5pm. Ruskington is a village near Sleaford. Parents can simply turn up with their children. They would love to see some new faces. Click button to find out what is what. See our local groups page for more information.
At Guildhall Arts Centre 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month: 12:30 – 14:30 Click icon for more information. Perhaps a good place to find out what is happening at present would be article.
Is your child a born performer? The New Youth Theatre has 4 age groups, ranging from 3 – 16 years of age. It is in Grantham and is for children who are keen on performing and /or acting.
See also our Science page under Drama & Performance activities for information about possible benefits.
Keep up to date with arts, leisure and culture in South Kesteven. Click icon for more information.