What is BURY2GETHER?
BURY2GETHER is a Community Interest Company (CIC) managed by Parent/Carers supporting Parents/Carers who have a child/young person with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND), aged 0-25, who access Bury services.
BURY2GETHER are proud to have been awarded the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2022. This lifetime achievement award is the MBE for voluntary groups.
The support we offer includes:
Well-being support through courses and workshops.
Education and training opportunities for Parent/Carers through events and courses.
BURY2GETHER Parent/Carer Forum.
Where are we based?
BURY2GETHER is based at The Bury SEND Hub.
Address: Westminster Avenue, Radcliffe, M263WD
Transport to The Bury SEND Hub:
The closest bus routes to the centre are as follows:
98 and 512 - Exit on Coronation Road, outside the shops.
524 - Exit on Bolton Road, at the roundabout, following onto Stopes Road.
Parking at The Bury SEND Hub:
We have a small car park at the front of the building with three spaces and two disabled spaces. In addition, there is kerb side parking and spaces in the shops behind the centre.
The Bury SEND Hub (home of BURY2GETHER and Bee Inclusive) is equipped with an accessible toilet, changing space, and disabled access to the building. There is a kitchen, two meeting/training rooms, a sensory room and two outdoor areas. A ceiling track hoist in the bathroom and a portable hoist are available to use. *Families must bring their own slings.
BURY2GETHER share a community space (The Bury SEND Hub) with Bee Inclusive. Below is an overview of what this SEND Organisation does.
Bee Inclusive is a 'not for profit', Community Interest Group, founded in Greater Manchester and based in Bury.
We provide social opportunities for children and young people with SEND (Special, Educational Needs and Disabilities).
We are based at The Bury SEND Hub in Radcliffe. The centre has a new disabled toilet/changing facility, assessible parking, safe outdoor areas, including a sensory garden, and a brand new accessible sensory room!
Our organisation is run by SEND parent/carers, to ensure that the opportunities we provide are appropriate, safe and enjoyable for our children and young people.
As a parent/carer led organisation, we want to ensure that our children and young people have the best possible access to inclusive, social opportunities.
We are an independent organisation, that self-funds to provide activities.
These may be delivered in our centre, facilitated by external providers or take place at other venues in the community.
We embrace everyone, including those that are neurodiverse, have additional needs and those that are disabled.