There's a serious side to everything we do at Centre 81 but more importantly there is a sense of fun and a great buzz about the place.
We're here for people with physical and/or sensory disabilities who live in or around the Great Yarmouth area. But we're much more focused on their ability than their disability - and how to extend and develop their social and practical skills so they can get even more out of life.
If you're interested in becoming a member, please get in touch and arrange to drop in to see the centre for yourself. Or you can be referred through Social Services or the NHS. We accept members from as far afield as Acle, Norwich, Lowestoft and Ditchingham, although we cannot provide transport for them.
If you are interested in supporting our work, Centre 81 is a charity and always in need of funds, benefactors, legacies, and volunteers - and we also offer training opportunities to students in social work or counselling.
Centre 81 also runs Great Yarmouth's frequent and friendly door-to-door community bus service which transports people with disabilities all around the area.
There's lots about Centre 81 on the website but call or email us if you want to know more.
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