Sutton Groups

We run two groups in Sutton for people with learning disabilities. Speak Up Sutton is for adults and Action Voices is for young people (aged 12-25). Information about both groups can be found below.

Speak up Sutton

Who we work with:

Adults aged 18 and over that have learning disabilities and live, work or study in the London Borough of Sutton.

The aims of the group are:

• To give a voice to our members to speak up on various issues affecting people with learning disability

• Have regular meetings to discuss useful, practical and basic ideas that members can take back to the council to resolve

• Represent people with a learning difficulties at various national meetings

• Organise and support the Sutton Partnership board to give a voice to a wider community of people in the borough with learning difficulties

What we do:

• Meet weekly for open meetings

• Work with the Police on issues like hate or mate crime

• Invite people from the council to talk and resolve issues

• Have social days’ out

• Hold practical workshops

• Work with the young people’s group (Action Voices)

• Talk about issues that affect our everyday lives like education, health, transport and relationships


Action Voices Sutton

Who we work with:

Young people (aged 12-25) with learning disabilities.

What do we do?

• Group discussions

• Learn how to speak up

• Be confident!

• Drama, dance, music and exercise

• Drumming sessions

• Social events like bowling, going to the pub and games

• Independent travel training

• Mystery shopping


You have a voice. What you say matters!

• Action Voices speak up to the council

• You can help make important changes to make life better for young people with disabilities

  • Join us to speak up and have fun!


Please contact us for more information

Contact: Funmi

Call: 0345 310 1812


Write: St Helier Community Centre, Hill House, Bishopsford Road, Morden, SM4 6BL.

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