Activity and Social
Activity and social clubs at Bradbury Fields help give people their confidence back. We are proud of our record of helping local blind and partially sighted people to take part in their favorite activities or experience something new.
If you are interested in any of the activity and social clubs listed here, then please get in contact so that neccessary arrangements can be made. Times and availability are subject to change so please check before attending. If you or anyone you know would benefit from these clubs and groups then please get in contact by pressing the button below:
Active Vision Clubs
Monday to Thursday, 10am - 2pm
Bradbury Fields’ weekday Active Vision Clubs always have something different going on, from cookery to gardening, craft to games – or just meeting friends.
They offer a secure, understanding and friendly environment for people with a visual impairment.
The clubs run daily from Monday to Thursday, hosting up to 40 people per day between 10am and 2pm. Transport is provided for those people who need it, and there’s also the option of a hot or cold meal prepared daily in the bistro.
All activities are designed specifically for people with a visual impairment: quizzes that get your mind into shape, exercise that gets your body in shape, plus entertainment such as singers and musicians, talks from local historians – even dancing!
African Caribbean and Friends Group
4th Friday of Each Month (excluding December), 12pm - 3pm
- This group enables visually impaired people from the local community to meet on a monthly basis.
- The group helps to befriend and break social isolation
- Helps members to engage and access health information and community events,
- Keeps members in regular contact with Bradbury Fields at a local and community level
- Encourages discussion and user involvement.
If you or someone you know are interested in joining the African Caribbean and Friends group please click the button below.
Tuesdays, 10am – 12:30pm
This group meets at Christopher Grange Rehabilitation Centre, Youens Way, L14 2EW.
This group has provided much of the artwork displayed in and around the Bradbury Centre. For more information about the art group, please click the button below to get in contact.
Fridays, 10:30 - 12:00
Liverpool Inspirational Voices
Lead by Tim Taylor
Where: The Garden Suite, The Bradbury Centre, Youens Way, L14 2EP.
If you love singing, come along and join in! Refreshments available to purchase.
Interested in Keeping Fit or participating in a Sporting activity? If so one of these clubs is for you. We work out for 45 minutes in the gym and then have the opportunity to use the Spa for 45 minutes.
Merseyside Visually Impaired Angling Club
Would you like to join us and go fishing? Then we would love to hear from you!
The Christopher Bradbury Angling Club is a new Activity Club for visually impaired people who enjoy fishing. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a skilled angler there is something on offer for everyone.
Wednesdays, 11:00 - 12:00
What is NIA?
Combining dance, martial arts and mindfulness, Nia tones your body while transforming your mind. More than just a workout, Nia is a holistic fitness practice addressing each aspect of your life – body, mind and soul. It is believed every person can discover, explore, unleash, and enhance their individual potential to live a healthy and meaningful life by engaging their senses and listening to their bodies. Nia is based on the intelligent design of the body. Each workout brings mindfulness to your dance movement experience leaving you energized, mentally clear, and emotionally balanced.
Nia cardio-dance workouts combine 52 simple moves with dance arts, martial arts, and healing arts to get you fit in 60 minutes – body, mind, emotion, and spirit.
Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Nia classes are taught by licensed Nia teachers.
Thursdays, 10:30 – 13:30
This club meets at Bradbury Fields each Thursday at 10:30am. Some people come earlier and have breakfast in our Bistro!
2nd and 4th Sunday of the month
Do you enjoy walks in the country? Has getting out for walks become more difficult since losing your sight? If so, why not join our walking group?
Bradbury Walkers meet twice monthly and walks may vary in duration but tend to be around the 5 mile mark.
This service is provided on a one to one basis by a sighted volunteer accompanying a visually impaired person. Bradbury Fields provides the transport in their mini buses for these days out.
Over the years the walking group has also enjoyed many weekends away in Snowdonia and the Lake District.
This is a great way to meet new friends and enjoy the pleasures of the countryside as well as a healthy activity and we mustn’t forget it is also an opportunity for guide dogs to run off their excess energy and enjoy the pleasures of the countryside.
Thursday 11:00 - 12:00
What is Zumba?
Zumba is a workout like no other! It is a Latin-inspired dance workout that has often been called ‘exercise in disguise’. We use Latin music and dance moves to create an aerobic fitness program by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party!
Who is Zumba for?
Zumba is for all ages, dance abilities and fitness levels. You can move as fast or slow and shake as much or as little as you want. Zumba is designed to be able to be taken up or down a notch in accordance to the classes needs. One thing is for certain though… everyone comes out sweaty and smiling!!
What will I gain from Zumba?
Apart from improving fitness levels, balance, coordination, flexibility and toning your body you will most likely gain confidence and a couple of new dance routines you can whip out at the office Christmas party.