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Prince Philip Centre - Leeds

© PHAB - Leeds  2014                                                                                

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Welcome to PHAB Club Leeds! ...

PRINCE PHILIP CENTRE PHAB CLUB LEEDS

SCOTT HALL AVENUE, LEEDS LS7 2HJ

 

REGISTERED CHARITY NO 500883





Prince Philip Centre PHAB Club in Leeds 7 is a social gathering for people with physical or mild learning disabilities, their siblings and able bodied friends. PHAB meets on Friday evenings between 7.00 and 9.15pm (with breaks at Christmas, Easter and the summer).

PHAB is an all-age club. People can join from age nine, with a large youth group and two of our members are over eighty. It is a city-wide club with about 125 regular members who live in all districts of Leeds.  

TRANSPORT: PHAB has its own four specially adapted ambulances, driven by volunteer drivers who collect members from their homes.

PHAB is a voluntary organisation supported by Leeds City Council social care department and the youth service.

There is a varied programme of activities, including sport, crafts, discos and bingo, also outings and residentials throughout the year.

We also have fund raising events ...to keep us going.

PHAB’s aim is for everyone to forget about disability and illness and meet together to have fun.

We call ourselves the PHAB family!


 ‘Phab is a National Charity creating opportunities for children and adults of all abilities to enjoy life together.

It promotes and encourages self-confidence and independence in people of all abilities through a range of projects.’

Prince Philip Centre PHAB Club having fun during a sponsored wheelchair push
at the Royal Armouries in Leeds.


Please Donate!

CAN YOU HELP PLEASE?

Voluntary Drivers Wanted Urgently!

We have two new vehicles but are short of drivers – some have retired and others moved from Leeds.

Have you some time to spare on a Friday evening?

The Prince Philip Centre PHAB Club cares for people of all ages who have a physical disability, mild learning disability or life limiting illness alongside able bodied buddies. Members meet on Friday evenings and on PHAB outings, residentials and playschemes for friendship and fun.

The charity is looking for reliable volunteers to drive PHAB vehicles on Friday evenings between 6.00pm and 10.00pm and for other events. We collect members from home and take them to the PHAB Club in Leeds 7. Volunteers must be fit, with a clean licence,aged 25 to 70. PHAB asks for two current referees, and will organise DBS and training in safe-guarding, MIDAS and basic first aid.

For further information, please email Ann Hart PHAB Secretary

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Please help us financially

Please donate - all contributions - no matter how small - are very much appreciated.

It really does help us - no matter how small the donation.

There are many ways by which you can help . . .


Recent visit from the Lord Mayor of Leeds –

     and everyone joined in the Dance!     See some pictures