Activities, Workshops & Courses
Looking for activities to entertain your children during the late May Bank Holiday week, then why not book them onto one of the following activities.
Parent & Toddler Group
OPEN's parent and toddler group takes place within our Café the entrance to which is off Castle Meadow.
Saturday sessions for Little Kids
A range of Saturday morning sessions aimed at children 4-6 years. A great way for your child to develop communication, confidence and learn new skills.
Drop In Youth Hub is a service for young people aged 11-19, where they have somewhere to go and something to do! Feel safe, try new things and be themselves.
Climbing is quickly becoming a popular alternative sport, is a great way of keeping fit and a great way to meet new people.
Dance and Performing Arts
An opportunity for children and young people to develop dance and performing arts skills.
Music is a great tool for community cohesion, confidence building and fun. Come along to our music workshops to learn new skills, showcase your talents and make new friends.
On offer are the following activities aimed at children aged between 7 - 12 who are in alternative education.
Employability and Life Skills
OPEN Youth Trust recognises the importance employability and life skills play on a young persons future prospects. We have a range of workshops and programmes to support this.
AJ's is a clubnight aimed at young people aged 13-25 years with learning difficulties or disabilities.
Arts & Wellbeing
Art making can offer a range of therapeutic benefits, including reducing stress.
Alternative Education Group
This group brings together families who do not use mainstream education.