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Sport: activity, Climbing, Many other varied activities, Multiple sports available
Colchester , United Kingdom

Starting in 1981 – Britain’s ‘Year of the Disabled’ – the Mersea Island Festival has been an annual event each August at Essex Outdoors Mersea (East Mersea Youth Camp). The Festival aims to bring together children, young people and adults with or without a physical or learning disability to take part in a wide variety of activities that challenge and stimulate, helping to build the confidence and feelings of self worth in participants. At the same time they are fun and exciting and an opportunity to make new friends.

What’s on offer?
Both camps include a wide variety of activities, including but not limited to zip wire, climbing, archery, dancing, swimming, fishing, pitch & put.. etc. Each year the Festival has a different theme and the programme will be planned around this. Some of the activities from previous years are shown on our website. We can’t promise them all and they are subject to availability.

two young girls on a flying fox mid-air 23/08/2020
Sport: 16+ Fitness and Wellbeing, 50 +, Abs/Core, activity, Adult Activities, Exercise Cardio, Functional Fitness, Group Exercise, RaceRunning
WOODLODGE, United Kingdom

So maybe you've never tried an obstacle course or you are a seasoned veteran with a fully-loaded medal hanger proudly displayed in your house. Either way you'll get something from the Zeus family-friendly events so take a look and give us a try!

The big finish! 18/07/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
St Andrews , United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

We've organised a competition for our members which runs over two days, each day consisting of 5 hours on the course.
If you’re game, come and have a go! Please get in touch and we can fill you in on more details.

SDGC participant about to hit a ball from the fairway with Golf Pro watching and giving tips 07/09/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
Aberdeen , United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

The Phoenix Cup is a disabled golf team event, based on the Ryder/Solheim Cup format, generated and organised by the SDGC. Other disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete and continue to develop and promote golf for all golfers of any age, with any type of disability. The inaugural Phoenix Cup was generated between Canadian and Scottish disabled Golfers and involved squads from the 'Rest of the World' and 'North America'.

The Phoenix Cup: 713 golfers from 18 nations and played in 6 countries

Please get in touch to find out more on how you can compete or spectate The 2020 Phoenix Cup.

2019 Phoenix Europe team 21/09/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
Carnoustie , United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

The Phoenix Cup is a disabled golf team event, based on the Ryder/Solheim Cup format, generated and organised by the SDGC. Other disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete and continue to develop and promote golf for all golfers of any age, with any type of disability. The inaugural Phoenix Cup was generated between Canadian and Scottish disabled Golfers and involved squads from the 'Rest of the World' and 'North America'.

The Phoenix Cup: 713 golfers from 18 nations and played in 6 countries

Please get in touch to find out more on how you can compete or spectate The 2020 Phoenix Cup.

2019 Phoenix Europe team 20/09/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
Perthshire, , United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

The Phoenix Cup is a disabled golf team event, based on the Ryder/Solheim Cup format, generated and organised by the SDGC. Other disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete and continue to develop and promote golf for all golfers of any age, with any type of disability. The inaugural Phoenix Cup was generated between Canadian and Scottish disabled Golfers and involved squads from the 'Rest of the World' and 'North America'.

The Phoenix Cup: 713 golfers from 18 nations and played in 6 countries

Please get in touch to find out more on how you can compete or spectate The 2020 Phoenix Cup.

2019 Europe team for The Phoenix Cup 18/09/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
Angus, , United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

The Phoenix Cup is a disabled golf team event, based on the Ryder/Solheim Cup format, generated and organised by the SDGC. Other disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete and continue to develop and promote golf for all golfers of any age, with any type of disability. The inaugural Phoenix Cup was generated between Canadian and Scottish disabled Golfers and involved squads from the 'Rest of the World' and 'North America'.

The Phoenix Cup: 713 golfers from 18 nations and played in 6 countries

Please get in touch to find out more on how you can compete or spectate The 2020 Phoenix Cup.

SDGC 2019 Phoenix cup team 17/09/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
Auchterarder, United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

The Phoenix Cup is a disabled golf team event, based on the Ryder/Solheim Cup format, generated and organised by the SDGC. Other disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete and continue to develop and promote golf for all golfers of any age, with any type of disability. The inaugural Phoenix Cup was generated between Canadian and Scottish disabled Golfers and involved squads from the 'Rest of the World' and 'North America'.

The Phoenix Cup: 713 golfers from 18 nations and played in 6 countries

Please get in touch to find out more on how you can compete or spectate The 2020 Phoenix Cup.

SDGC's Phoenix Cup 2019 team 16/09/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
Perthshire , United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

The Sidey Scottish Open is another golf competition we organise each year for our golfing members. It runs over three days, with each day consisting of 5 hours on the course.
If you’re game, come and have a go!
Please get in touch and we can fill you in on more details.

SDGC participant about to hit a ball from the fairway with Golf Pro watching and giving tips 08/09/2020
Sport: activity, Golf
Cupar, United Kingdom

Scottish Disability Golf & Curling (SDGC) is governed and operated by disabled people and was the first organisation in the world, to incorporate anyone of any age, with a physical, sensory or intellectual disability, that interferes with the playing or learning about either sport.

We organize golf from April to October and curling from October through to March and, when there is an overlap of seasons, we operate “Sticks & Stones” events, where members can participate in both sports at multi-day events.

Today's round of golf is a challenge match. If you’re game, come and challenge yourself, give golf a go!

Get in touch if you’d like more details and we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

SDGC participant about to hit a ball from the fairway with Golf Pro watching and giving tips 29/08/2020