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Alan Shearer Activity Centre

The Alan Shearer Activity Centre is the only one of its kind in the North East offering free recreational, sensory and social facilities for disabled children and adults, their families, schools and groups.

To use our free facilities, you first need to become a member of the centre - which is also free - and you can join by downloading an application form from our webside: www.alanshearercentre.org.uk or by ringing the centre.

Being a member of the Activity Centre gives you free access to a range of specialised facilities, including our recently extended and refurbished hydrotherapy suite, sensory cave and sensory rooms, giant ball pool and creative music room. We also have adapted outside play areas and an accessible woodland walk as well as our own on-site cafe, Browne's.

You must book your free session before arriving at the centre.

For more information, visit our website or ring the centre on 0191 267 8118.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Amanda Head
Contact Position
Manager
Telephone
0191 2678118
E-mail
amanda.head@stcuthbertscare.org.uk
Website
www.alanshearercentre.org.uk
Parent Organisation
St Cuthberts Care

Local Offer

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information

Description

The Alan Shearer Activity Centre is the only centre in the region to give disabled people free access to a range of specialist leisure activities and events.

Contact Name
Amanda Head
Contact Telephone
0191 2678118
Contact Email
amanda.head@stcuthbertscare.org.uk

Where to go

Name
Alan Shearer Activity Centre
Address
West Denton Close
West Denton
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne & Wear
Postcode
NE15 7LU

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm
Session Information
Membership and advance booking required

Other Details

Costs

Details
Membership and facilities are free for children and adults with disabilities, their families and carers

Availability

Referral required?
No
Access or Eligibility

Children and adults with disabilities, their families and carers, schools and groups

Last updated: 28/11/2017
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