Of Course We Can - Partner Providers

  • We are currently working with 9 organisations in Gloucestershire who run 2 – 3 events each year for the Of Course We Can programme.

    For more information on each Partner Provider, please click on the logo or photo at the top of the entry.

  • A+bility logo


    A+bility Limited offers support to parents, carers and professionals to enable children and young people to reach their potential and develop resilience. They are committed to providing consistent, professional support to children, young people and vulnerable adults with complex needs.

    For more information, contact them on:

    01453 827978

    or email: admin@abilityonline.co.uk

  • Art Shape logo


    Art Shape runs a countywide programme of arts courses and projects with a specific focus on disability issues and social inclusion. They target their activities at providing opportunities for adults and children facing disabling barriers, particularly learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health service users and survivors, victims of domestic abuse and older people.

    For more information, contact them on:

    01452 863855

    or email: info@artshape.co.uk

  • fundraising for children

    Creative Sustainability run a wide range of projects such as Access Bike and Stroud Festival of Nature.  At the centre of all their work is the assumption of inclusion. That’s why much of their work is focused on those for whom the world is harder to navigate than it might be for others. They work with schools and organisations which support people with disadvantaged backgrounds and disabilities and strive always to overcome barriers to inclusion.

    For more information, contact them on:

    01452 770177

    or email: anna@cscic.org


  • Greenwoods

    Greenwoods Therapeutic Horticulture work with disabled clients through the medium of gardening and rural activities at our orchard garden situated in the idyllic countryside of Bushley Gloucestershire.

    They provide therapeutic courses for children where they can have fun and enjoy the outdoors while their parents or carers can have a break

    For more information, contact them on:

    07778 286 093

    or email: greenwoodtherhort@hotmail.co.uk

  • st Roses logo

    St Rose’s is a school for disabled young people from age 2 – 25. They aim to give all their students the individual attention they need to help them achieve their potential. It is a happy and nurturing environment where they challenge their students to develop, and provide an exceptional quality of care for them and their whole family. They also run three Of Course We Can events each year with young people with the most complex impairments who are enabled to satisfy a need for speed, go to the WOMAD Festival and to horse around with horses!

    For more information, contact them on:

    01453 763793

    or email: sheila.talwar@stroses.org.uk


  • Sladebank Woods is a Community Interest Company which aims to preserve the ancient woodland in Stroud whilst providing people with a deeper experience and understanding of their relationship to the earth, themselves and each other. They also want to provide opportunities across all ages and abilities by organising a programme of activities throughout the year.

    For more information, contact them on:

    01453 766519

    or email: sladebankwoods@yahoo.co.uk


  • TMW logo

    The Music Works is a Gloucestershire-based charity who transform lives through music. They’re a small, friendly team of professionals working from bases across Gloucestershire.

    They work with young people to engage them through music, build confidence, self-belief and motivation, and so empower them to improve their life chances. They’re specialists in working with young people in challenging circumstances to help them reach their full potential in music, in learning, and in life.

    For more information, contact them on:

    07929 080319

    or email: info@themusicworks.org.uk

  • The Wiggly Worm logo

    The Wiggly Worm offer hands-on experiences and challenges in the world of food.  Their courses and events motivate people to make choices about who they are and what they can be, as well as a reminder of their true worth in society.  They work with those in our society who are vulnerable, disadvantaged or seldom heard and relish working with people who others find difficult to engage with. 
    Their expertise lies in using food in everyday ways to deliver physical and mental health benefits.
    For more information, contact them on:
    01242 237802
  • TwoCan Inclusive Theatre Company is a Gloucestershire-based theatre company that provides an inclusive accessible theatrical experience for artists, participants and audiences. TwoCan produces creative work that is available to tour Gloucestershire schools and performance venues. All performance work is supported by a variety of access solutions and employs both disabled and non-disabled professional artists.

    For more information, contact them on:

    07941 218 520

    or email: twocan@twocantheatre.org.uk