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Join us at the first inclusive activity centre in the UK at our pop-up event in Summer 2018.


Thank you to everyone who has helped us by coming along to an event.


Every disabled child in the UK
enjoys a life filled with exercise, play and friendship.


To deliver multiple fully inclusive leisure facilities that are easily accessible for disabled children, young people and their families; meeting exercise, therapeutic and social needs.


People first
Leisure time
Your community


Fitness through play
Inclusive design
Monkeying around together

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There are 1 million disabled children and young people in the UK

84% of families with a disabled child can’t access regular leisure and their health and well-being are suffering as a result. 72% of parents suffer from mental health difficulties as a result of isolation.

Our vision is that every disabled child and young person in the UK has access to play, friendship and exercise.

Hear Steph and Kelly, Mum to Adam, talking about the benefits of play and activity on BBC Radio Bristol and how Gympanzees is going to help children like Adam.

Inclusive Activity Centre

We plan to achieve this by opening an activity centre that will cater for the needs of all children with disabilities. This will not be opening until 2021 so in the mean time we are setting up a Pop Up Activity Centre this summer 2018.

We rely on the incredible generosity of our volunteers to fill in the gaps in our knowledge, skills and time. 

We will be running various fundraising events throughout the year.

Here is our vision for the UK’s first, fully inclusive leisure centre which will cater for the play, exercise and social needs of children and young people form 0-25 years old with every ability and disability. Many thanks to Stride Treglown and Helen Sampson for this amazing film.

To be, or not to be inclusive, that is the question

Read our interview with Jess about her experiences as a mother of a child with disabilities. Max is a gorgeous happy two year old with Pierre Robin Syndrome (a type of cleft palate) as well as a brain abnormality.

Child with his mum in a colourful ball pit.

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