Activities for people living with a disability

mac - multi activity club

MAC (Multi Activity Club) for adults and non-mainstream education young people takes place every Thursday 10am-12noon at the Pemberton Centre.  It costs just £3 a session for are plenty of activities to enjoy.

The club which provides a variety of sports and recreational activities including the use of an (IFI) accredited Gym has an open policy and costs £3 for participants living with a disability.  Entrance price includes refreshments and parents/carers are free.

Regular activities include Archery, Trampoline, Inclusive Fitness Initiative (IFI) Accredited Gym, Boccia, Kurling, Table Tennis, Pool, Air Hockey and Basketball while other activities such as an Inflatable Climbing Wall are available occasionally.

For further information on the Multi Activity Club (MAC) contact: Jackie Ackroyd, Activity Coordinator


The Young Inclusive People (YIP) club for young people 8-24 years living with a disability takes place on Tuesday evenings 5.30pm – 7.00pm (term time only) at the Pemberton Centre.

The club is funded by Northamptonshire County Council and provides a variety of sports, recreation and cultural activities.

It costs £3 per young person but is free to parents and carers.

YIP Dance takes place during club hours (6pm-7pm) most weeks. For further information on The Young Inclusive People (YIP) club contact: Jackie Ackroyd, Activity Coordinator