Time Out Group (North West) has been working in the Wilmslow and Macclesfield areas of Cheshire for over 15 years. It has from the beginning been a members’ led organisation and has therefore developed in line with the interests and needs of its membership – adults with learning disabilities.
Each year more adults with learning disabilities contribute to improving lives with the support of Time Out Group. Together we work for greater independence, so that our members have a bigger say in what happens in their lives and increased opportunities.

We’re still a small charity with little long-term funding. We need people to support us, join us, raise money and become a part of progress for our members who give so much to being part of the change we all want to see in the world.

There’s a lot we want to tell you about so please have a look through this website and keep in touch; you can see us on Facebook and Twitter and we are always happy to welcome visitors. We look forward to seeing you.

Upcoming Events

Event Information:

  • Useful contacts

    Useful contacts

    Emergency Carer's Response

    Do you worry about who would look after the person you care for if you were suddenly taken ill?

    Peaks and Plains Trustlink Service runs the Cheshire East Carers’ ACE (Alert Card for Emergencies) scheme which provides support and peace of mind for carers and those they care for in an emergency.  An ACE card with an emergency contact umber is given to every carer who signs up to the scheme and an emergency plan is agreed.  It is free to register for this scheme.

    To find out more and join the ACE card service, please contact Peaks and Plains Trustlink Service: 01625 428433

    Age UK Cheshire East

    For a wide range of services and advice for people aged 50 + including health and wellbeing, housing, benefits, care and money.

    Click here for further information

    Home Farm Trust (HFT)

    Provides support services for people with learning disabilities

    Click here for further information

    Cheshire Centre for Independent Living

    Promotes independence and choice for local disabled people through a range of services and advice including managing personal budgets, advocacy and engaging in community activities.

    Click here for further information

    Cheshire East Leisure Development Team - Disability Sports

    Delivers a range of activity and community small breaks for disabled children, young people and their families across Cheshire East.

    Click here for further information

    Carers' Trust/Crossroads Care

    Improves support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring, unpaid, for a family member or friend who is ill, frail or disabled.

    Click here for further information






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