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.

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  • Our Staff


    Our staff


    Anna Maddox

    Anna Maddox - Manager

    I started at Time Out Group in January 2012 coming from a background of fundraising and learning disability. What I love about Time Out Group is the way you can see people gaining confidence week by week as they come to the group. I am also bowled over by the commitment of our volunteers, who give their time week in week out to make the group happen.




    Lindsay Firth - Administrator

    I became a Time Out Group volunteer in August 2010 and then also took on the role of Administrator in April 2013. I love working for the Group as it gives me the opportunity to be more involved in the day to day running of the group and all the hard work that goes on behind the scenes.





    Andy Lowe - Support Worker

    Andy is a vastly experienced support worker with many years experience working with adults with learning disabilities. He has been working with Time Out Group for over 10 years and knows the group members extremely well.



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