Paul’s Place is a charity that enhances life for physically disabled adults.

We do this by providing social activities that connect people, reduce isolation, improve health and wellbeing and give people the opportunity to develop new skills, enjoy new experiences and live life to the full.

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Donate to Paul’s Place today and together we can provide vital support to help disabled adults Live Life to the Full.

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Monday 19th of July, 2021

Taking our own precautions we have decided that masks are still to be worn indoors, we will continue to do temperature checks, as well as increased cleaning and sanitising. We’re keeping up with regular testing and even introducing a “traffic light system” so people can share how they feel about social distancing and bubbles ending.

Green dot – I am happy to have people close

Amber dot – Please ask me before coming to close

Red dot – Please respect my personal space and maintain social distancing around me

So although we’re no longer keeping bubbles or social distancing while moving around the building, all the other safety precautions remain to ensure we can enjoy a little more freedom in the safest way possible. The traffic light system will also help those feeling unsure about the end of social distancing and bubbles feel secure as those around them respect their space.

As always, we consult the people we support to bring them into the decision-making process. It is after talking to them and hearing them say that they feel safe at Paul’s Place, that we can go ahead with our plans.

Let’s keep each other safe today and every day.

For information about our response to COVID-19

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What We Do

Paul’s Place Daily

Based in Coalpit Heath in South Gloucestershire, we provide a programme of daily activities throughout the year that support adults with physical, cognitive and sensory impairments.

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Paul’s Place Socials

We’re a sociable bunch, and we run a popular evening programme throughout the year. There’s something for everyone; with nights outs including trips to the pub, restaurants, cinema, theatre and bowling to name a few.

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Short Breaks

Our short breaks give people the opportunity to enjoy a fully independent short break with the support of fully trained Paul’s Place staff. They also give carers and relatives the chance to relax whilst knowing that their loved one is safe and having fun.

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Paul’s Place Boccia

Boccia is a fully accessible sport and at Paul’s Place our Boccia teams are run by disabled people with the support of Paul’s Place staff. We regularly promote the sport locally taking our love of Boccia into schools and colleges.

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“Paul’s Place gives me the time to express myself and as a disabled person it gives me choice and control.”

“Thanks to Paul’s Place I have become more independent and confident.”

“If it wasn’t for Paul’s Place, I would spend my days staring at four walls.”

Volunteer with us

Paul’s Place relies on the commitment of our dedicated team of volunteers who support others to live life to the full. If you are interested in making a difference and have some spare time, then please consider volunteering with us.


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We are supporting disabled adults to live life to the full, but we can’t do this alone. We need your support to make this happen.

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