Celebrate Disability Pride with lots of Compass Card offers

Disability Pride 2018 is from 11.30am to 7pm on Sunday 14 July on Hove Lawns and the Compass Team at Amaze is celebrating with six unmissable, time-limited Compass Card offers from our lovely Compass Card Partners. Catch them while you can! You can see more information about each of these organisations on our free Compass Card app and on the Compass website offer page.

Here’s what’s on offer:

  • Capitol in Horsham offers free tickets to all ‘Blue Oasis’ screenings throughout July
    The Capitol in Horsham has three ‘Blue Oasis’ screenings every month for people with Autism or special needs and throughout July they will be giving Compass Card holders two free tickets to any of these screenings – so you could go to all three if you wanted to!  We’ll be able to confirm dates and movies a little closer to the time. You need to book in person at the Box Office showing the Compass Card, or over the ‘phone on 01403 750220.  If you book over the ‘phone, make sure you take your Compass Card with you when you collect your tickets to validate the free offer. The Box Office opens at 9.45am (except Sundays when it opens 30 minutes before the first film) and closes at 8pm. Phone lines close at 7pm. You can find out more about screening times and films at
  • A 30% discount for Compass Card parties booked at Brighton Table Tennis Club during July
    Enjoy a party booking for between six and 16 people for £70 instead of £100 at BTTC’s premises at the Fitzherbert Centre, 36 Upper Bedford Street, Brighton BN2 1JP. Suitable for 7 to 25 year olds, the club will provide two experienced coaches and there’s a small kitchen so you can serve your own food. The building is fully accessible and you just need to book the party in July 2018 to be eligible for the special discount; the party itself can take place at any time. Call 01273 670145 or email to book. You can find out more about Brighton Table Tennis Club here
  • Duke of York’s cinema offers extra discount when you book in person for screenings from Monday 9 to Saturday 14 July
    The Duke of York’s cinema at Preston Circus in Brighton is offering a concessionary ticket when you book in person at the cinema Box Office quoting ‘Disability Pride’. The offer applies to any general screening at the cinema from Monday 9 to Saturday 7 July 2018. The concessionary ticket, which is usually around £3 less than a full price ticket, is in addition to the usual Compass Card offer of a free carer ticket at the Duke of York’s (or if the Compass Card holder is 15 or over, a free ticket for a friend). Please note, the offer doesn’t apply to Autism-friendly or Kids Club screenings, which are already subsidised, or to screenings at the Duke’s at Komedia cinema. You’ll need to book in person; the Box Office at the Duke of York’s opens 30 minutes before the first screening of the day and closes when the last screening of the day starts. See for more info on films and screening times.
  • Free fitness classes for over 16s at Freedom Leisure centres in Brighton and Hove during July
    Freedom Leisure is providing free fitness classes for Compass Card holders and a friend or carer at its *seven leisure centres in Brighton and Hove for the entire month of July. There are around 500 classes every week, so there’s loads to choose from – including indoor cycling, pilates, body pump, yoga and zumba. Both the Compass Card holder and the friend or carer will need to be 16 or over. All you have to do to claim your free class is to fill in a quick form on the Freedom Leisure website at and then drop in to your local leisure centre to book a class for a date in July. To see the full range of classes on offer, visit and type in the name of the leisure centre you’re interested in – or even better, drop into your local centre and grab a copy of the class timetable. The offer ends on Tuesday 31 July 2018, so fill in the form and book your class before then! *Freedom Leisure centres in Brighton and Hove are: King Alfred Leisure Centre, Moulsecoomb Community Leisure Centre, Portslade Sports Centre, Prince Regent Swimming Complex (aqua classes only), Stanley Deason Leisure Centre and Withdean Sports Complex.

  • Climbing discounts at disability sessions at High Sports Brighton on 7 and 21 July
    High Sports at Withdean Sports Complex is running a mix of taster and group disability sessions on Saturday 7 and Saturday 21 July and there’s a special rate for Compass Card holders: £63 for a one and a half hour long session for groups of up to four with two instructors (usual price £63 with one instructor) and £10 for an individual hour long  taster session (usual price £13.50). If the Compass Card holder is a wheelchair user, full or partial hoists can be used, but please make staff aware of your needs when you make the booking. Call 0845 363 1177 to book and mention the Compass Card. You’ll also need to show the Compass Card on the day to validate the discount. Find out more about High Sports Brighton here
  • Tom’s Talking Reptiles offers £20 off all party bookings made during July
    We already have Compass Card discounts in place for Tom’s Talking Reptiles, but there’s a further £20 off if you make a booking in July. So one-to-one sessions or sessions with small groups of two or three cost from £80 for one hour and from £110 for an hour and a half. During the session, you’ll be able to feed one of the rare lizards or tortoises, you’ll be taught how to handle the animals and the Tom’s team will be there to answer your questions. Call 07715 348378 and mention the Compass Card and take the card on the day to validate the discount. You can find out more about Tom’s Talking Reptiles at

We’re also celebrating Disability Pride with a special Pride Prize Draw where we’re asking Compass Card families to tell us what makes them proud through our Facebook page and our weekly e-newsletters.

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