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Sport: 16+ Fitness and Wellbeing, 50 +, Exercise Cardio, Goalball
Birmingham , United Kingdom

Goalball is a fun, team work based Paralympic sport for the visually impaired. The sport utilises team work and sensory skills to stop a audible ball from going into your teams goal. All players are blind folded and therefore on an equal playing field. Sessions are open to all abilities, levels of vision and cater for multiple disabilities.

Sport: activity, Athletics
Liverpool, United Kingdom

Kirkby Athletics Club provides the opportunity for disabled athletes to train & compete in Athletics. The club provides coaching in running, throwing & wheelchair racing by British Athletics qualified coaches who are insured and DBS checked.

We have worked with junior, senior and international paralympic athletes. The sessions are open to anyone who wants to take part in Athletics recreationally or compete in track, field and road races.

Sport: activity, Adult Activities, Darts
Stockport, United Kingdom

We provide a fun and competitive atmosphere at our venue, providing opportunities for people with any disability and their carers to play darts at all levels. All you have to have is a will to play and the ability to throw a dart!

We have taught many disabilities to play darts and at Stockport, you will meet like minded people from all over the country leading to new friendships and much more.

Sport: 16+ Fitness and Wellbeing, activity, Boccia, Many other varied activities, Multiple sports available, Sports Activities, Sports Activities Adult, Wheelchair activities, social and leisure activities, Wheelchair Curling
Scarborough, United Kingdom

Fun and friendly Boccia sessions that is open to everyone of all ages and abilities.

Sport: activity, Badminton, Multiple sports available, Multisport, Table Tennis
London, United Kingdom

SHF is a grassroots multi-sports club for physical & mental health. Historically, it was co-founded by a project of WheelPower called Motivate East in Waltham Forest. We warmly welcome anyone from Greater London, with a disability or a mental health diagnosis and parent & professional carers.

We are accredited by LB of Waltham Forest Council with the Feel Good quality mark accreditation and offer calm sports (snooker, badminton, ping pong & blind polybat) and a very supportive environment for carers.

Players are diverse, of all abilities and supported by two experienced disability coaches from Spurs Foundation, a SEND school teaching assistant, a BE coach & teenage peer coaches who have disabilities themselves and find much joy in supporting fresh beginners.

For more information on this happy crowd, see LBWF Local Offer through our website -> link found in 'Useful links' below.

Sport: 16+ Fitness and Wellbeing, Abs/Core, activity, Adult Activities, Basketball, Boccia, Core stability, Exercise Cardio, Exercise Health/lifestyle, Group Exercise, gym, Kettlebells, Many other varied activities, Multi Fitness, Multiple sports available, Multisport, New age Kurling , boccia., Rugby, Rugby Union, Sports Activities, Sports Activities Adult, Table Tennis, Tag Rugby Union, Unified Rugby - Players with and without disabilities coming together, Wheelchair activities, social and leisure activities, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Curling, Wheelchair Rugby, Wheelchair Tennis
Ebbw vale, United Kingdom

Fully inclusive, multi sports club, we use sports wheelchairs as the tool to create a level playing field.
Our two most popular sports are wheelchair Rugby Sevens and Wheelchair Rugby League.

Sport: activity, Multisport
London, United Kingdom

London Futures is a Disability sport and mentoring programme.

The aim of the programme is to help Young People aged 18 to 25 with a Learning Disability or ASD to get into Employment, Education or Training alongside helping Young People not to be isolated and expanding friendship networks in there local community.

The Programme includes a set of challenges which help Young People to learn skills that they will need for employment for example money management and independent travel.

Time and day
Friday's During term time 6.30pm--8.00pm

The Programme is Free, contact us for more details.

Sport: activity, Multisport
London, United Kingdom

London Futures is a Disability sport and mentoring programme.

The aim of the programme is to help Young People aged 18 to 25 with a Learning Disability or ASD to get into Employment, Education or Training alongside helping Young People not to be isolated and expanding friendship networks in there local community.

The Programme includes a set of challenges which help Young People to learn skills that they will need for employment for example money management and independent travel.

Time and day
Thursdays during term time 5.00pm-6.30pm

The Programme is Free, contact us for more details.

Sport: activity, Multisport
Northolt, United Kingdom

London Futures is a Disability sport and mentoring programme.

The aim of the programme is to help Young People aged 18 to 25 with a Learning Disability or ASD to get into Employment, Education or Training alongside helping Young People not to be isolated and expanding friendship networks in there local community.

The Programme includes a set of challenges which help Young People to learn skills that they will need for employment for example money management and independent travel.

Time and day
Thursdays during term time 6.30pm-8.00pm

The Programme is Free, contact us for more details.

Sport: activity, Multisport
Hackney, United Kingdom

Overview
Girls Win uses sport to help young women with a disability (ages 16 – 25) set short, medium and long-term goals. It empowers young women to think more positively about their future, how goal setting can develop their prospects for the future and engages young women in activities that keep the body and mind healthy to adopt a growth mind-set.

Our FREE weekly sessions combine a range of sports and physical activity with goal setting workshops, peer support group discussion and a physical challenge that will increase the confidence, independence and expand their friendship networks to reduce social isolation of young women with a disability.

Lots of other fun FREE opportunities including – TRIPS, RESIDENTIALS, FESTIVALS, WORK EXPERIENCE, APPRENTICESHIPS AND MORE …

Time and day
Tuesday's during term time 4:30pm – 6,00pm