New top score at Hollywood Bowl last night!

The Portsmouth Teenage Project met last night for the last weekly term-time activity before we plunge full-throttle into our Easter holiday programme which starts next week! Despite Hollywood Bowl being extremely noisy, crowded and a few errors with our food and drink order, all staff were really friendly at the venue and our young people still really enjoyed themselves, with a top score of 114, achieved by three spares!

The Project is designed to support young people with a learning and/or physical disability; trained staff and volunteers ensure all our young people have the best time together in a safe environment, encouraging independence and helping those who might feel a little anxious at times to come out of their home settings, be brave and try new things, whilst in a caring and supportive environment.

If you have enquired recently, please bear with us, we are playing catch-up with our home visits and delivering a full-on programme in both Portsmouth and a seperate programme in South East Hampshire; offering different clubs with ages ranging from 5-25 years old.

Please send an email to James at if you have any questions about the Project or would like to find out more. We would strongly encourage you to head over to our events page where you will find listings of what other activities we have planned over the next month and how to get involved.

We are always looking for passionate, friendly and dedicated staff/volunteers. Please drop us an email to get involved (subject to an enhanced DBS check).