Pulp Friction

Pulp Friction the Smoothie Bar Project

Pulp Friction Smoothie Bar Project provides volunteering opportunities for young adults with learning disabilities to develop work-readiness, social and independence skills by taking our smoothie bikes to different community events – schools, youth clubs, playschemes, community festivals etc. All our members work at their own pace and to their own strengths in a fun, friendly and supportive environment. Check it out »

a social enterprise

Volunteering and Support

Pulp Friction Smoothie Bar CIC is a social enterprise which employs and supports young people with learning disabilities to run our pedal-powered smoothie bars at public events and in public places.

New Initiatives – at Pulp Friction we are always developing new and exciting activities for our members. If you have an idea for something you would like to try, or to find out what we are planning for the future please contact us for a chat on 07794 676398.

What we can do for you
  • Pulp Friction Smoothie Bar Project – providing volunteering opportunities for young adults
  • Pulp Friction Atmosphere Glee Choir
  • Pulp Friction Allotment – Dig-In Community Allotment in Stapleford
  • Personal Support Programmes – we offer tailor-made support to people who want to access our projects.
  • Activity Days and Social Events – we recognise that having fun and socialising is important well-being
  • New Initiatives – we are always developing new and exciting activities
Our latest activites

The Robe Room Café is now open seven days during the summer Holidays

We are open seven days a week, 10am - 4.00pm. Do call in for coffee, tea, cake, sandwiches, toasted sandwiches,... more

Robe Room Cafe

A Short video about the Robe Room Café at the National Justice  Museum. Do come and visit us!

1917 National Kitchen – A Trip Back in Time!

On Friday the 16th June 2017, Pulp Friction, alongside Bryce Evans of Liverpool Hope University, provided a WWI-era three-course meal... more

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