The Llanelli Warriors are an integrated rugby team, started up in 1995 by a group of dedicated staff and service users from Heol Goffa Day Centre.
To find out more follow the link
The orange wallet scheme is intended to help people, especially those on the Autistic Spectrum, to cope more easily with public transport. Please see below for details of how to obtain an orange wallet in your Local Authority Area.You can download information leaflets, inserts and instructions from the side of this page. click here for more information
“A great way to team up and enjoy a day or evening out – Fun for all the family – from Children to Grandparents, Groups and Clubs or just meeting up with friends or colleagues . We offer full disabled access with ball ramps and bumpers, so that you’ll be able to enjoy a great game at Xcel Bowl” (click on the logo to go to their website)
The Mix Group is specifically set up to meet the social needs of young people with learning and / or physical disabilities, based in Llandybie, Carmarthenshire. Click on the link below to find out more
Based in Swansea, but open to anyone from other counties, Mixtup is a new Youth Club for young people of mixed abilities. It is run in the EYST Youth Centre by workers from EYST and Interplay
Click on the link below to find out more
Provides information on holidays that exceeds the needs and wishes of disabled customers. UK’s largest specialist travel agency.
offers Surfing experiences for people with disabilities……
“Our mission is to make surfing as fun and inclusive as possible for disabled people and to help disabled people experience the many benefits of surfing……”
follow the link http://www.surfabilityukcic.org/
A free Integrated Youth Charity in Swansea, South Wales
We are a young person centred charity with diversity inclusion, equality and fun at its heart.
Hynt is a new national access scheme that works with theatres and arts centres in Wales to make sure there is a consistent offer available for visitors with an impairment or specific access requirement, and their Carers or Personal Assistants. This site will tell you all you need to know about Hynt: who it’s for; what it provides; and how to become a member.
If you need support or assistance to attend a performance at a theatre or arts centre then you may be eligible to join hynt.
Students of the new Academy in Carmarthen, which is being run in conjunction with Arts Care Gofal Celf, are now learning a range of performance skills, including physical theatre, improvisation, mask work and clowning. The course is being delivered by a team of professional arts practitioners two days per week, 50 weeks per year in Carmarthen’s much loved Lyric Theatre.
To find out more from Hijinx click on the link or CALL – 02920 300 331 or EMAIL – firstname.lastname@example.org
provides social opportunities within the community which would otherwise not be available for members such as theatre trips, discos, parties,shopping trips and excursions and fosters mutual help and co-operation between parents, relatives, guardians and carers of such persons and all those entrusted with their care .We have a Saturday Club which runs from 1.30-5.30 and provides members with a cooked tea.
For more information click on the link
Gateway Club –
Llanelli meet on Friday evenings to offer activities, social outings and meetings for over 16s with a learning disability.