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PHAB

PHAB

Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied

PHAB (Physically Handicapped and Able Bodied) is a group aimed at all ages and all abilities.
 
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.
 

Find out more on our website:

www.phab-leeds.org.uk

Or please contact Ann Hart 01937 573722

PRINCE PHILIP CENTRE PHAB CLUB LEEDS, SCOTT HALL AVENUE, LEEDS LS7 2HJ

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