What’s On

Go LD run a wide range of activities from social get-togethers to sports events and skills training.  Please see the full diary list below for our current events or visit our Facebook page here.

MARCH 2019


Afternoon Tea 3pm – 4pm at the Discovery Centre

Tea, biscuits and chat every Monday afternoon  – come along and join us.  We charge 20p for biscuits.


5th March and 26th March Tai Chi Group 3.30 – 4.30pm at the Winchester Lido

Gentle exercises which improve health and wellbeing.  Good for strength and fitness and to calm the mind and relax

1pm – 2pm   Drop-in Lunch, Discovery Centre 

We meet every Tuesday to catch up with friends and find out what’s going on.  Bring your own packed lunch.  Sandwiches and snacks are also available at the Café.

2pm – 3pm   Tuesday Afternoon Group, Discovery Centre

We are running a small Tuesday afternoon activity group every week after drop-in lunch.  This varies each week and includes painting, crafts, games, quizzes and learning new skills.  Everyone is welcome.

Wednesday Go Social 27th March 2019 7pm – 9pm

We are going bowling!  Please let us know in advance if you are coming so we can book enough lanes.

Go Social is every 4th Wednesday of the month.

Thursday 21st March 7pm – 9.30pm – GO DISCO and the Jolly Sock DanceAthon

We are celebrating the lives of people with Down Syndrome.  The DanceAthon will be dancing for 21 hours on 21 March because people with Down syndrome have an extra 21st chromosone.  That is what makes them special.

We are very pleased the DanceAthon will be joining our disco.

Entrance is free and we will be selling snacks and refreshments.


12noon – 1pm  Funky Lunch, Discovery Centre

We meet every Friday.  Bring your own healthy lunch.  This is a good chance to link up with friends and start the weekend fun!  Bring your own packed lunch.  Sandwiches and snacks are also available at the Café.

From 1pm – 1.30pm the Hear Us group, Discovery Centre

Everyone is welcome.  Share news about what is happening for learning disability services in Hampshire and how things are working for everyone.

We work with the Hampshire Learning Disability Partnership Board. We talk about transport, health, support and getting a job. Group members then tell the Partnership Board what people are saying. This makes sure people with learning disabilities are included in the development of their local services.

Group members also take part in training, conferences, consultations and work that tells people about the views of people who have a learning disability.


We talk about things like transport, health, support and getting a job.


3.30pm – 4.30pm Low level Circuits at River Park Leisure Centre

4.30pm – 5pm   Drinks in the Café after Circuits