Places to go, things to do for all ages
Looking for places to go or things to do? Try, searching our blue directories above for information on a range of things to do for 0-25 year olds, including clubs, activities and day's out.
Places to go/Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Due to the coronavirus, some groups, services and activities may have changed how they operate. Please check websites, ring, email or contact the service via social media if you would like to find out what support is available.
Where's my nearest Children's Centre?
Take a look at our children's centre directory. Families with young children can access a range of services, participate in activities and get information about what is going on locally.
How do I know which activities/short breaks are commissioned by Staffordshire County Council?
Any providers commissioned by Staffordshire County Council will display the Staffordshire County Council logo on the top right of the record.
Where can I find Aiming High Activities?
Aiming High provide a variety of activities for young people up to 18 years old with a special educational need and disability. They also provide support to help you to access activities independently.
These activities can be found in the blue "Aiming High" directory below.
If you would like to share an activity, use the blue share button to the right of the listing's page to share quickly and easily on Facebook, Twitter or via email.
Aiming High activities are commissioned by Staffordshire County Council.
Who can help me find accessible activities, clubs and groups?
Together Active (formerly known as Sports Across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent) have lots of useful information about sports and staying active. They can signpost to local sporting opportunities and work with local sports clubs to make their activities more inclusive. They also support the development of sports projects and programmes.
Staffordshire Council for Voluntary Youth Services can advise on the current range of voluntary organisations that are in their membership.
Well Active is a website which shows you, your carers and family, activities which are available in and around the districts of Cannock Chase, Lichfield and Tamworth. Using film, photographs and animations, it visually explains what you can do and where and inspires everyone to live an active and healthier lifestyle.
Accessible Countryside for Everyone provides information about accessibility to the countryside and the green spaces of Staffordshire plus details of disabled sport, support, carers and family organisations in the county.
Liberty believe that young people and adults aged 11+ who are vulnerable because of their disabilities or learning barriers should have access to facilities and provisions to support their inclusion within their community, and their transition into adulthood and independence. The services Liberty offer are person centred, resulting in programmes and provisions which offer meaningful choices and support identified needs.
You can also find details of activities, clubs and groups who have registered here on Staffordshire Connects by searching the blue directories at the bottom of the page.
Where can I find a Changing Places Toilet?
Search the Changing Places directory to find a changing places toilet, These have more space and the right equipment, including a height adjustable changing bench and a hoist.
Look out for the Changing Places symbol on activity provider records who have registered on Staffordshire Connects. Thank you Changing Places for allowing us to use your logo.
Staffordshire Connects is a free and impartial service. Information contained in the SEND Local Offer does not represent a recommendation or endorsement of a service or provider. For more information please see our disclaimer.