Activities and transport

Find things to do

Leisure facilities, activities, days out and breaks for children and young people with special needs or disabilities.

Accessible and inclusive activities

Local activities including clubs, groups and sports.

POWAR participation group

Meet other young people with special educational needs and disabilities for games, activities and discussions and a chance to influence decision-making.

Lancashire Break Time

Activities for children and young people under 18 while their carer has a break.

Adult Disability Service

Support to help you take part in social and leisure activities, meet new people and make friends.

Use the internet safely

The internet is a great resource to find information and make friends but you need to be safe, find out how.

Youth zone

Get in touch with one of our advisers who can help you to find leisure opportunities to meet your individual needs.

Stay safe when attending a club or activity

Read our advice to keep young people safe when attending a club or activity or using a service.

Travel to school, further education or training

Specialist travel support and public transport concessionary fares, discounts and subsidies for students.

Help with transport if you are disabled

Financial help, concessionary parking and travel passes for disabled children and young people and their carers.

Independent travel training

The Independent Travel Team offer travel training to enable individuals with disabilities to travel independently to and from school, college and other social activities.

Access to public toilets

The Radar national key scheme (NKS) offers disabled people independent access to locked public toilets around the country by using a special key which you can buy from Disability Rights UK (external link).

Changing places (external link) provide extra facilities for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets.

Cinema entry for carers

With a CEA card you can get a free ticket for someone to help you go to the cinema.

Most cinemas accept the card. You will need to meet eligibility criteria and there is a charge for the card which lasts for 1 year. You can find out more and apply on the CEA card website.

Can't find what you're looking for?

We are continuing to develop a range of information for this website. You can view our site map to see what's in the local offer or see the list of what we are working on.

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