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Rochdale Gateway Leisure Ltd

Rochdale Gateway Leisure run different day services for adults with disabilities, and all service users benefit greatly from the various activities that we have on offer.  Some of these activities are open to the local community to access and enjoy.  Individuals are welcome to come along with carers and support workers and have a taste of what life is like at Gateway.

Services include:  Rainbow's Cafe, AAshiyana Carers Group, Support and education, employment and volunteering, Social club, person centred planning, Bikes for all, Specialist transport, fun leisure activities and lots, lots more....

Address:
2 Kenion Street, Rochdale, OL16 1SN
Area serviced:
Rochdale
Telephone:
01706 515805
Fax:
01706-515800
Who is it for:
People with learning disabilities
Languages:
English,Urdu,Panjabi,Bangali
Sector:
Voluntary

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