PHOENIX RISING:MK Creative & Social Opportunities for adults with support needs
We are a day service providing a range of creative and community based activities for adults with disabilities and support needs.
Now operating from three excellent venues, York House in Stony Stratford, The Chrysalis Theatre at Camphill and new premises at Kiln Farm, we offer a wide range of creative & social activities to suit everyone's needs and interests. The focus is on people's Abilities rather than their Disabilities.
Our programme includes: Art, Crafts, Photography, Performing Arts, Music & Out & About activities in the community, including swimming.
We have a regular fortnightly radio show on Stony Radio on Tuesdays from 11.00 to 12.30. We also run regular social opportunities including the popular monthly ‘Open Mic’ evenings at The Cock Hotel in Stony Stratford.
We are a Community Interest Company (CIC) therefore all profits are re-invested back into our service.
Now Serving Milton Keynes, Bucks, Beds & Northants
LATEST NEWS AND INFORMATION FOR GROUP MEMBERS, PARENTS & CARERS
Please check this page regularly for updates . . .
Bank Holiday Closures 2023
Monday 29th May
Monday 28th August
Events programme 2023
Please note: Those events marked with an asterisk * are for Phoenix group members and families only.
EXCITING NEW DEVELOPMENTS AT PHOENIX RISING:MK.
Our new facilities at Kiln Farm
We have made a significant investment into our resources and equipment at our Kiln Farm site which means we can offer group members state of the art facilities in Media, Video, Sound & Radio, I.C.T. Art & Textiles. We would like to thank everyone who has made generous donations over the last year which has helped to make this happen.
First floor seating area
I.C.T. & Games room
Media & Photography Studio
due to some exciting new developments in our programme,
we now have space AND CAN TAKE new GROUP MEMBERS.
Email or call us if interested.
OPEN MIC NIGHTS 2023
THE NEXT ONE IS WEDNESDAY 31st. May.
7.00 to 10.00 p.m.
HUGE THANKS TO MR. DEREK STOREY AND HIS COLLEAGUES AT THE GOLDEN FLEECE MASONIC LODGE IN STONY STRATFORD FOR THEIR VERY GENEROUS DONATION TO US AT PHOENIX RISING:MK!
Golden Fleece Masonic Lodge
Golden Fleece Lodge was consecrated on 17th December 1925 and first met in London at the Queens Hotel in Leicester Square. In 1935 meetings were moved to Freemason's Hall in Great Queen Street, near Covent Garden.
In 1994 the Lodge moved into Buckinghamshire, initially meeting at the Wolverton Masonic Centre, then recently to the Stony Stratford Masonic Centre at 11 New Street, Stony Stratford MK11 1BW.
Freemasonry is about making good men better. Although our families come first, we believe in playing a key role in our communities and give time and money to charitable ventures.
One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry, is that you have to be invited to join. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Find out more about us from our website www.goldenfleece4739.org.uk
and at our Facebook page www.facebook.com/goldenfleece4739 .
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call our Lodge Secretary Derek Storey on 07802 627928.
We're delighted to announce that we have secured substantial funding from The National Lottery Community Fund to help support our 'THIS IS ME' event which will be taking place next year.
This event aims to celebrate and raise the profile of people with support needs, their talents, skills and Abilities in the creative, visual & performing arts.
A BIG THANK YOU to
The National Lottery!
Scan the QR code
"Every young person with any needs should spend at least one session with Phoenix Rising: it makes you realise that there are groups that actually care for and nurture our precious young people xxxx"(Parent)
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We're 'head over heels' that you have visited our website! We update it regularly so please call back again very soon to keep up to date with what we're up to.
The Phoenix Team.
Phoenix Rising:MK acknowledges financial support from MK Community Foundation