About Tuesday
Night Social

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Who, What, Where?

Our organisation was founded in 2008, and until 2020 was affiliated to Phab Limited. We are an inclusive organisation that creates social and leisure opportunities for disabled people aged 16 and over.  Tuesday Night Social is a project managed and delivered by The Accessible Guide C.I.C. 

We have been based at The Ark, in Liverpool 7, since July 2008. On a regular night at The Ark, our folks can participate in activities such as arts and craft, board games, console games and boccia.  There is never any pressure to join in with our activities and if all you wish to do is relax with a hot drink and some cake, and catch up with friends, then that is fine. We have worked with other organisations to provide some awesome projects including several drumming projects and performances with Rhythm Reaction, and our members have performed live at St George's Hall on many occassions in productions such as The Alice Experience, The Narnia Experience and The Story at Christmas, all of which were produced by In Another Place.  

In 2020, we introduced a podcast project, which enables us to record monthly podcasts at The Ark and tell people all about Tuesday Night Social. On the fourth Tuesday of each month, we are unable to use The Ark. Whenever possible, these nights will be our Social Tuesday where we will meet and enjoy activities such as ten-pin bowling or visit to a local coffee shop, or enjoy a night at the cinema or a group meal together at various restaurants across the city.

Why join Tuesday Night Social?

If you're looking to make new friends, in a relaxed and welcomng environment then Tuesday Night Social may be perfect for you.  It is important to us that all of our members enjoy their time at our project. It has been a tough few years for many people and the impact of the pandemic has meant more adults-at-risk are more isolated than ever.

Our project is very much a social group, due to the pandemic we were unable to meet in person for just over 18 months. Whilst we never take anything for granted, the lockdown restrictions had a massive impact on many people and it was devastating not to be open for such a long time. We are back though and we are determined to make up for lost time. We welcome disabled people and non-disabled people to join our organisation. The only thing we ask is that you need to be at least 16 years of age.