The Belgrade is the largest professional theatre in Coventry.
The Belgrade Theatre offers free companion tickets for theatre-goers that need to be accompanied.
They also have performances that are adapted to be accommodating to those with Autistic Spectrum Condition, individuals with sensory and communication disorders, those with learning disabilities and anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment.
All Belgrade productions and many visiting productions are supported by captioning or sign language interpreters and are audio-described. They also have large print, Braille and audio versions of our brochure available on request.
Brandon Marsh Nature Centre is the headquarters of the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. Set in 220 acres, wander the reserve to discover large pools, many bird hides, woodland walks and meadow flowers. The Visitor Centre is a great place to visit including a Tea Room and well stocked gift shop.
Around the Visitor Centre you’ll find the orchard, mouse manor, bird watching hides, the Education garden and a sensory garden.
Explore the willow-woven mouse manor with its stunning willow sculpture of a harvest mouse nest - you can even climb inside!
For younger children, try the brass rubbing trail - find the brass plaques hidden near the visitor centre to create colourful pictures on your rubbing sheet.
Then it's off to the Nature Trails which guide you around the wildlife habitats of the nature reserve. Enjoy lunch at Badgers Tearoom or picnic in the courtyard where there is also under-cover seating.
The CEA Card is a national concessionary card developed by the Cinema Exhibitors' Association for UK cinemas in order to allow people with disabilities to obtain one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema.
At Plas Dol-y-Moch, their aim is to provide high quality education through the medium of the outdoors in a residential setting.
They strongly believe that children and young people deserve the opportunity to experience the outdoor environment as an integral part of their learning and development, complementing learning in the classroom.
For more information about how to be involved in the activities at Dol-y-Moch, please contact Alistair Cook at 01766 510200 or visit the Dol y Moch website.
Nuneaton & North Warwickshire Equestrian Disabled Riding & Horse Therapy Centre (NNWEC)
The NNWEC, a registered charity, is a purpose built disabled riding facility which offers riding therapy, learning and training opportunities for over 80 disabled adults and children from the North Warwickshire & Leicestershire area each week.
The NNWEC offer lessons for both children & adults who experience a wide range of disabilities.
Riding presents a stimulating, enjoyable challenge and helps to improve co-ordination and balance.
When newly found capabilities begin to overtake previously excepted disabilities, a greater degree of confidence and happiness is attained.
Using the internet can be useful for finding information, shopping, gaming, finding a job and chatting to friends and family.
It is important for children and young people to be safe when using the internet. If you feel unsafe when you are using the internet or if you feel that someone is bullying you online, always tell an adult you trust.
Here is a list of websites that show some important things for children and young people to consider when they are interacting with others and getting information on the internet.