If you are visiting Pittville Park, why not pop into one of their cafés for some refreshments? Central Cross Café You can find Central Cross Café in the middle of the eastern side of Pittville Park, alongside Central Cross Drive. This is the perfect café for good quality home-made food for breakfast, lunch or picnics, […]
This busy city centre shopping arcade has a fully equipped Changing Places Toilet with adult size changing table, hoist, and shower. The facility is close by to Gloucester Museum and Library, Gloucester Guildhall and the wider shopping area within the city centre. The facility is available to members of the public during the centre’s opening […]
Pittville Park, a 20-30 minute walk from the centre of Cheltenham, is the town’s largest ornamental park and features the Pump Room and lakes. Split in two by the Evesham Road, on the eastern side you will find the Pump Room, a small lake, the main children’s play area and the aviaries that are home […]
We promote, develop and encourage inclusive opportunities for disabled and non disabled adults, children and young people to do fun things together in Gloucestershire. If you run or would like to run inclusive activities get in touch. We can help!
Active Impact C I O, Unit 16 Highnam Business Park
Newent Road, Highnam
Active Impact co-develops its work with disabled adults, young people and their families to ensure what we offer is inclusive and reflects the interests and requirements of disabled people in Gloucestershire. We ask for and act on feedback to ensure any barriers to inclusion that might exist due to how we operate are removed ensuring full inclusion and participation for everyone. We ensure that our Board of Trustees, our training team and our staff team are a mix of disabled and non disabled people and those with relevant professional or lived experience of disability.
We are committed to ensuring there is more choice available for disabled people across the districts, range of interest, age range etc – both through lesser known activities becoming more widely promoted and also through encouraging organisations which have never proactively demonstrated inclusive practice to begin doing so.