You may find it helpful to visit AccessAble to search for accessible places to visit, or see our disabled access in Enfield page.
For information on affordable and free activities in Enfield (including parks), local boroughs and central London, view the Enfield Children and Young Persons’ Services guide (PDF).
The CEA card is one of the ways for participating cinemas to ensure they make reasonable adjustments for disabled guests when they go to the cinema.
The CEA card offers one free ticket for the person accompanying you, provided you purchase a full price ticket for yourself for the same film. The free ticket is provided on the assumption that the person accompanying you is able to provide you with appropriate assistance, such as helping you move around the cinema, use the toilet and purchase refreshments.
Autism friendly screenings are also available at over 250 cinemas.
Sport and drama
Our sports development team offer affordable sporting and physical activity courses and events for residents. We provide a range of accessible activities, throughout the community. For more information, contact the team on 020 8379 3762.
Autism and learning disability friendly fitness sessions, with accessible equipment and trained friendly staff, are held weekly at:
The first session is free and extra discounts are available. For more information call 020 8379 5707.
You can also join one of our leisure centres.
The following groups are used and supported by us:
- Chickenshed is an inclusive theatre company in North London, creating theatre for all ages and running successful outreach projects, education courses and membership programmes
- Inclusive Cycling Scheme at Bush Hill Park is free to Enfield residents. There are specially adapted bikes and wheelchair friendly cycles.
- Enfield National Autistic Society has a programme of events
- Free sport for Londoners offers karate for children and young people with disabilities
- Facefront Inclusive Theatre was created by artists committed to working inclusively within their art form. They have developed a multi-accessible style of performance.
- Gillians Riding School provides regular disability classes
- Halliwick Penguins is a swimming club run on a voluntary basis for disabled people
- Jump In for fun jumping and climbing
- Scope Befriending Services provide a one-to-one befriending service for young people under 19 who need support in the local community or at home. This might be to access activities, to go the shops, meet friends or simply talk to someone.
- SEN-den provides support and information for families with autistic children up to the age of 8 years
- Special Olympics aim to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports, for children and adults with intellectual disabilities
- Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is committed to providing the best sports, health, training, and education programmes. It creates encourages innovation and enhances life skills.
- The Inclusion Project is a multi-award-winning innovative initiative that promotes a healthy, social and active lifestyle for adults with learning disabilities
- Sticky Fingers provides breakfast, afterschool and holiday clubs
- Very Important People Services (VIPS) provides specialist playschemes for children and young people aged 8 and above
- Zebras Childrens and Adults Charity can help you to have fun and enjoy your life
- Club Hub is a search facility to find kids clubs near you
- Parasport connects disabled people with more opportunities to get active than ever before. You can search for an activity or club by postcode, inclusivity, age, or time
- Royal Society for Blind Children Live Life, Go Further programme includes a range of fun activities for vision impaired young people aged 8 to 25 years
- Youth Enfield
To find out about specialist short breaks see joint service for disabled children.