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Loud Mouths Group

The Loud Mouths are a group of young people aged 14-25 with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities who want to have their say and get their voices heard with the hope of creating positive change. The group provides a safe, fun and supportive space for young people to discuss the things that affect them.

Who's it for?

Young people with SEND aged 14-25.

When does it run?

Every fortnight

How much does it cost?


How to access the service

Young people can refer themselves. Get in touch using the form below.

About this service

Loud Mouths is a vibrant group of young people aged 14-25 with SEND. They come together twice a month to make connections, have a blast, and dive into discussions about the things that truly matter to them. This group isn’t just about meetings; it’s a hub of friendship, growth, and making voices heard.

Every session is different depending on who we’re working with or what we’re working on. But there a few things that you can always count on – lots of social, catch-up time, fun, and a pizza or chippy, too!

Loud Mouths is a safe space for young people to forge new friendships, engage in fun activities, and discuss the issues that impact them. We’re all about fostering connections, learning, and advocating for their wants and needs.

Come and be a part of this incredible journey! Together, we’re creating a future of inclusion, empowerment, and possibilities.


Contact this service

The best way to contact this service is to use the form below. Alternatively, you can reach us by phone or email.

Phone: 01482 467 540 

We ask for this so we can make sure you are eligible for this service
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“It’s important for us to have our voices heard, because it affects the way we’re treated”

Kaycee, Loud Mouths Group