Many families have questions before visiting Incredible Kids. Here are the most frequently asked questions by new families.Female playworker and young girls at a table making crafts outside.

Who can join Incredible Kids? 

Incredible Kids is for any family that has a child or young person aged 0-25 with additional needs. This could be Special Educational Needs, a disability or other long term additional needs that have an impact on their life. 

Does my child need a diagnosis to attend? 

No, you do not need a diagnosis to attend. 

Where are your sessions? 

Our sessions are held at The Vench in Lockleaze. in Bristol. Sometimes we have sessions at other venues so please keep an eye on our news page and events calender for details. 

Does it matter where I live?

No, we welcome families from Bristol, South Gloucestershire and beyond. As long as you can get to us we will welcome you as a member. 

Do I need to join to come to Incredible Kids?

We ask everyone to sign up for membership to attend Incredible Kids. If you would like to visit first to see whether our sessions are suitable for your family then please contact us and we will arrange for you to visit a session. 

What is there to do at your sessions?

Our sessions at the Vench take place in an enclosed adventure playground with an indoor play area. The playground has a sunken trampoline, zip wire, giant sandpit, rope/basket swing, drop slide, climbing areas, hard court for ball games, pump track. We create engaging messy play trays outside. Indoors we have a small sensory room and have arts and crafts and board games. 

The Vench LockleazeWill your session suit my child?

Only you can judge this. Our sessions are very multi-sensory, sociable and active.  Our team of playworkers work hard to create a space that ypur child will enjoy. If you arrive and find the activities on offer don’t suit your child, talk to our playworkers who are very used to setting up new activities to suit individual needs. 

At the moment we are restricted by renting space from other people which means we may not be accessible to all disabilities but we are actively working towards our own permanent dedicated home. Please review all of our photos and videos on our site to see whether our venue will suit your family.



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