Together we can bring the Bubble Club to Bowstock!

by The Map Squad

About the project


Tipping Point £450
Booth/Infrastructure £1,200
Cocktail Bar £2,350
All Costs Covered! £3,500
tipping point
In-kind donations range from drinks to office supplies. We even accept homemade cakes. See what else we need!
tipping point
25 hrs
In-kind donations range from drinks to office supplies. We even accept homemade cakes. See what else we need!

More about the project

What is the social/environmental problem/issue that this project will address?
Barriers faced by people with learning disabilities in the community, lack of awareness of learning disability issues that contribute to isolation and poor health and wellbeing/quality of life.
Can you give us some statistics on this problem?
What we want you to focus on is looking at photographs of people enjoying life, come and talk to people at the club, join in at the festival and see Bubble Club in action. Gather your own statistics on how many happy faces you can see.
What is your solution?
Ensuring that people with learning disabilities are involved in the design, delivery, participation and evaluation of a main stream local community festival. Raising awareness in the wider community of the ability and valuable contribution to community life that people with learning disabilities make and should be supported to continue to provide.
How will you deliver this?
Bottom up approach, asking people, including people, supporting people with accessible information and learning opportunities to enable choice, control and informed decision making. To manage a culture within the Map Squad and Bubble Club which is focussed on person centred delivery.

Get involved

Here are some great ways to get involved with the project and help out. If you have...
  • 2 minutes
    Go straight to the website and click on Bubble Club to have a quick look. Then browse through the benefits of supporting Bubble Club outdoors and pledge your support.
  • 5 minutes
    Follow us on twitter @Bubbleclub then tweet your own followers and tell them about the website and how to find us on facebook at Bubbleclubeast.
  • 15 minutes
    Like our Facebook page ‘BubbleclubEast’ and keep up to date on when and where the latest events are happening. Suggest to all of your Facebook friends to like our page too.
  • 30 minutes
    Give us a call to find out more about Bubble Club, we will put you on our mailing list, tell you about volunteering and other ways to support and get involved. You could help us by finding live performers, volunteering on the night, helping out with promotional design and publicity and more.
  • A few hours
    Come to a Bubble club night club event and have a great night out with your friends, meet new people along the way, enjoy music to dance to from our resident D.J’s, live performance, drinks at the bar, chill out with a massage, speed dating and browsing/shopping at our merchandise shop. Don’t forget to bring all your friends.
  • Regular time commitment
    Join our eleven regular volunteers who support each monthly club night. It’s a great night out and at the same time you will be working alongside adults with learning disabilities as a buddy developing skills in the entertainment industry. You will be joining and great team, learning new skills yourself and making friends with a fantastic crowd in East London.

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About the organisation

Vision and mission

To support people with learning disabilities to improve their quality of life. To work alongside adults with learning disabilities to provide services to the wider community.

Geographical coverage

Within local community (including local council)

Our track record

Started in 1998 by four people with learning disabilities from a day centre, we spent the first 18 months meeting two hours a week with a carrier bag, one note pad and pen. Thirteen years later we are a Company Ltd By Guarantee with a track record in delivering community based projects and small income generating enterprises, led by people with learning disabilities with support for the wider community. Check out our website

Who do we help?

We work alongside adults with learning disabilities.

How do we deliver this?

By listening to each other, valuing one another’s ideas, sharing and swapping skills and through advocating for everyone’s right to learn and contribute.