Socialise is a drop in for adults with disabilities.  It runs 2 days a week from Higher Blackley Community Centre.  We are open every Tuesday and Friday.  We aim to provide safe meaningful day time activities for our members.  We get involved in baking, gardening, karaoke, quiz's, bingo, art/crafts, board games, exercise classes, pool/snooker, tenpin bowling, sport and much much more.  We bring people together as a community and provide a safe environment for like-minded adults to socialise.  We have a sensory garden with wheelchair access for our members to enjoy. 

Free Trial available to new members.  We now have a weekly Art Class every Tuesday.  

Open every Tuesday and Friday 10am to 2pm.  All welcome.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Jackie Betney or Danielle Betney
Contact Position
07936 539 306 07936 539 306 0773 738 3170 0773 738 3170
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Where to go

Socialise Higher Blackley Community Centre
Victoria Avenue
M9 0RA
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Call us, check us out on Facebook or call in to see what we have to offer.  Free trials available.


Associated Cost
£12.00  Per day


Referral not required
Referral Details

No need for a referral anyone can self refer.  First session free trial.

Other notes

We provide a service for adults in the local communities, we specialise providing support to vulnerable adults with disabilities and the elderly. The Centre is wheelchair friendly, has modern disabled toilets and ramp access etc. Free safe parking is available. Parent and carers welcome (free of charge) if member needs additional support. We welcome members from all walks of life and cater for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism, mental health issues and older people. We currently have members from the age of 19 to 84 and cater for all needs. Refreshments and lunch offered at additional charge or members can bring in their own lunch. We now have a sensory garden for members to enjoy and every Tuesday we hold an Art Class.

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