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At present, we still do not have a proposed reopening date. When government guidance and advice dictates, we will look to welcome back members as soon as safely possible!

 

Millfield Day 2020-Join Virtually!

Join teachers and school pupils virtually on Saturday 20 June, 2pm -4pm.

Millfield school will be hosting a virtual session on their You Tube channel and there is lots of exciting content which will be available from 2pm! This includes:

  • A live stream from teachers at the school
  • The history of Millfield Day – a glimpse at the archives
  • What is Millfield Day all about
  • A live auction of students art work
  • Special video messages from your members
  • And more!

Click on the link below…

Millfield Day 2020

If you’re looking for ideas to keep you active during this time, follow the links below to access websites offering a range of activities that can be done at home or during exercise periods. Let us know what you think of them at exetergateway@gmail.com

Check out the News and Photos section to see how members have been keeping busy at home!

UPDATE!   Mencap is looking for TV stars for their online TV channel-follow the link for more information!  Mencap TV

More Ideas!

Stretches and Movements

Household work-out!

Staying Active at Home

Mencap Round The World Challenge

Electric Umbrella

Andrew Lloyd Webber Musicals

About Us

The Exeter Gateway Centre is a friendly place where learning disabled people can come together and enjoy a range of social and recreational activities. These are organised by a small team of staff and volunteers.

The Centre provides a safe and secure environment where members can relax, meet their friends and have fun. It also encourages members to explore and interact with a range of new and unusual activities.

Members can choose from a wide variety of Centre based activities including, cookery, creative art and craft activities, indoor and outdoor games, discussion groups, singing and dancing and working on computers. A bi monthly newsletter gives a general theme for members to engage with if they wish and it serves as a general topic for discussion.

The Centre has a greenhouse  and some deep beds for vegetable growing. We grow lots of fruit and vegetables that are used in the kitchen to make chutneys, soups and anything else that members fancy eating!  Several members have a keen interest in gardening and growing. Also, we have a covered decked area where members can up-cycle furniture and use the woodworking equipment.

Cooking

In the summer months Belmont Bowling Club kindly let us use their green on Wednesday mornings. We are very grateful to all the staff that organise the sessions and teach us how to bowl. It is great fun as the video shows!

We are always open to discussing new opportunities for membership, volunteering and fundraising within the club. More information can be found in the relevant sections of our site.

Affiliated with Mencap Gateway Beacon