Welcome to the Grenfell Club

The Grenfell Club started life over forty years ago in a large house in Redcar with about a dozen children attending along with parents and interested people. Members of the Cleveland Society (MENCAP) felt that there was a need somewhere for their children to have a couple of hours recreation on their own. This at the same time would provide parents and carers with some much needed respite. Many of the original children still attend the Grenfell and have seen it grow over the years.

Outcomes

01
Independence

Our members will demonstrate increased independence, improved confidence, enhanced life skills and a healthier lifestyle by engaging with the project.

02
Relationships

Our Members will report an improvement in family and peer relationships as a result of workshops and 1-1 support.

03
Understanding Disabilities

The wider community will demonstrate a better understanding of the needs and issues that affect adults and young people with disabilities.

 

Jobs

 

 

 Volunteering

 

 

Members Committee Meeting

 

 

Grenfell News Letter

 

 

 

About Us

The Grenfell became so popular with an ever growing membership that a larger building had to be found. In the early 1970's the present building was built and officially opened in 1972 by Lord and Lady Grenfell. The Club has prospered and expanded providing leisure activities for its 250 members from all over the borough and beyond. The club opens five nights a week offering a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Members enjoy a wide variety of activities including, Arts and Crafts, Healthy Eating, Wii Fit & Singstar, Multi-Sensory Room, Discos, Coffee Bar, Soft Play, Quiz's and a Snooker & Pool Room.

 

 

 

Café Grenfell