In a child friendly city our vision is for all children and young people in Leeds to have access to a wide range of rich and diverse cultural and sporting activities, to make Leeds the best city for young people to grow up in.
Breeze is a young person focused brand for 0 to 19 year olds in Leeds. Breeze offers opportunities, information and discounted access to a broad range of cultural and sporting activities, events and services in an inclusive, safe, fun, creative, and inspiring way. Delivering programmes and events since 2004, Breeze has built a quality assured service, recognised as a safe and reliable provider, and is a staple of Leeds’s young people’s offering.
BreezeLeeds.org is the website for all children and young people aged 0-19 from Leeds (and their families) who are looking for positive things to do. Find out what great things you can do across Leeds on our Things To Do page or take a look at our All thing Breeze page to find out our projects and events.
Although BreezeLeeds.org is run by Leeds City Council the information included here comes from all sorts of organisations and partners working positively with children, young people and their families in Leeds, not just the Council.
With any activity, we would suggest that parents do checks on the environment, quality and staff delivering the activities to make their own judgement as to whether this is suitable and safe for their individual child’s needs.
Breeze also organises lots of events – like Breeze Summer, Breeze Presents ‘Child Friendly Leeds Live’ , Halloween events, The Christmas Experience at Lotherton, and many other opportunities for children and young people.
Pyramid run collaborative art groups for people with and without learning disabilities to come together to produce large-scale work for public exhibition and performance. We work in a wide range of artforms including visual art, music and drama.
Prince Philip PHAB Club
A free integrated youth club for physically handicapped and able bodied young people ages 11 – 25, Fridays at 6pm – 10pm. At Prince Philip CC, Scott Hall Avenue, Scott Hall Road, LS7 5HJ.
Further information from David Scholes/Tony Knight on 0113 214 5842.
Healthy eating, sports, games, arts and crafts. A weekly social club for young people with Learning Disabilities in partnership between People in Action and Leeds Youth Service.
Fridays 6.00pm to 8.00pm. Ages: 11+ Kentmere Community Centre, Kentmere Avenue, Leeds LS14 1BW. Contact Philip Spellacy 0113 214 1456/7 or 07891 274344.
Accredited Learning for NEET young people with Learning Disabilities
Joinery project involving the construction of wooden planters for the Youth Hub in partnership between People in Action and Leeds Youth Service with support from ‘Jimbo’s Fund’.
Ages: 16+, Denis Healey Centre, Foundry Mill St. Leeds LS14 6RD
Contact Philip Spellacy 0113 214 1456/7 or 07891 274344.
For young people aged 11-24 with and without disabilities. Come and join us every Friday 6.30-8pm during term time at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Chapeltown Road, Leeds, LS7 4BH.
We organise these events so that your children and family can meet and spend time with other people and families who have similar experiences. Please come along and support us and, more importantly, have lots of fun!
You find out more about what we do by emailing Louise and Sam on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or by text on 0794902567 We look forward to seeing you very soon!
Developing creativity and dance skills for wheelchair users aged 7 upwards in a safe, friendly and supportive environment. Move in a way entirely new to you and play an active role in the entire creative process too.
For more information contact Leanne Kirkham at Northern Ballet at firstname.lastname@example.org