We are a competitive swimming club offering opportunities to swimmers from Stage 3 Learn to Swim through to experienced competitive swimmers.
We are committed to helping our athletes achieve their full potential in the sport.
Our coaching team are fully qualified swimming coaches and teachers (Swim England level 2) and work closely with the Swim England Para coaching team on both athlete & coach development.
The RDASC Para squad have had success at both regional & national level competitions with one of our athletes qualifying for the 2021 Paralympic trials.
Contact us for further information about how we can help and support your athlete to achieve their full potential as a competitive swimmer.
We are partnered with British Canoeing as one of the Paracanoe Talent Clubs, one of our aims is to find new aspiring athletes who would like to give canoe racing a try, with the potential of being the next Paralympian.
This is an exciting time to try Paracanoe - come and give it a try!
We're a brand new Wheelchair Basketball Team looking for players and supporters to help us grow our team into teams. We want more people to experience the health and mental wellbeing benefits that come with staying active and being part of something fun and empowering.
Our members travel from all over the south east to our training in Windsor as they are passionate about wheelchair basketball and as a team we're committed to passing our love of the game on to everyone who comes along.
Being a Windsor Monarch is a thing of pride for us and we want everyone to feel great about themselves, about their team mates and about the organisation they're playing for.
Being part of a sports club like ours gives you something to look forward to each week and it is important to have something to focus towards, especially when we're experiencing hard times, like the global pandemic we're going through now.
We are a welcoming and friendly mixed ability squad of men, women and juniors and we are ready to extend friendship through sport to anyone who comes along. Join us as a beginner for basic training and lots of fun and enjoyment or come to us as an advanced player ready for the National League.
Hereford Harriers Wheelchair Rugby club provides Wheelchair Rugby League & Wheelchair sevens rugby union for disabled and able-bodied members from Herefordshire and the surrounding areas.
Wheelchairs and other equipment are provided for use free of charge. The only criteria are that you can push a chair and catch ball, the rest we can work on! We aim to develop the sport within Herefordshire to offer opportunities to people with and without a disability to participate together.
We are always on the look-out for new players, so why not come down and give wheelchair rugby a go!
The sessions are Pan Disability Football and Multi Skills sessions which are free to take part in with no prior sign up, you can just turn up and play.
The sessions consist of football activities and games and dodgeball, basketball, team/multi skill games.
Participants are provided with opportunities to play individually and as part of a team.
With this session taking place Mondays from 5pm - 6:30pm you can turn up at any time. Participants are provided with opportunities to play individually and as part of a team. The sessions consist of football activities and games and dodgeball, basketball, team/multi skill games.
Many children and young people across the UK will be missing out on their usual sport clubs. YST want to help all young people feel part of a club that helps them develop skills and learn something new. The Youth Sport Trust’s After School Sport Club is about much more than physical fitness. It will help children develop physical literacy and confidence to try lots of new sports, helping all children find a sport for them.
The free to access After School Sport Club will be led by YST Athlete Mentors from a variety of backgrounds, abilities and sports. Between January and March 2021, guest athletes from different National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of Sport will also help host the sessions.
Each week there will be a different focus, with Tuesdays introducing the basic theme and Thursdays involving a sport-specific session. Keep an eye on our social channels and this webpage to learn more about each week’s schedule.
Invasion games (e.g. netball and football), striking and fielding (e.g. cricket and rounders), gymnastic, dance, combat, net and wall (e.g. table tennis and badminton) and aquatic.
Archery is a fantastic sport that almost anyone can do. You could be the next Robin Hood or Olympian... Or you could come over and just have a wonderful time with other Archers. We laugh a lot... mostly at ourselves. Archery is easy to start, fun to continue and can take you almost anywhere. We have tournaments, fun and games, some of us are serious about it, some are more social-archers.
We enjoy the sunshine in the summer and the shelter of indoors in the winter.
Our sessions are straight forward and relaxing. Yet, they can challenge us to do better each time we come to Club. Our facilities allow us to shoot plenty of times per week, which can't be a bad thing, can it?
You will be part of a super Archery Club with over 100 members from all over Norfolk. The noble sport will leave you wanting to know more and eek out how you can improve at each session.
We are affiliated to Archery GB and have access to good advice for any particular needs.
We are an OnTarget Club and work closely with our Community.
Come and be part of Wymondham Archers... you'll love it.
Our newest club from September 2019 is based at the heart of Edgware at Burnt Oak Leisure Centre. Club Barnet is a 1 hour 30 minute multi-sports session with a host of sports that can be adapted to all abilities. Popular sports include Boccia, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball and New Age Kurling.
Specialist taster sessions also take place in the club from time to time including gym based exercises, dance, golf and more.
Siblings are welcome to join in and parents and carers are encouraged to stay, watch and even take part! A café is also available on site.
All disabilities and impairments welcome.
Club Hounslow is based at Heston Community Sports Centre and really captivates the community feeling.
As one of our newer clubs, the members love the social side of the club! So if you fancy trying new sports and having a good chat we urge you to come along. Current Members at this club love basketball, badminton, table tennis and more, they also love to celebrate all special occasions from birthdays to holidays they’re always up for some fun!
Specialist taster sessions may also take place in the club from time to time including boxing, dance, golf, trampolining and more.
Siblings are welcome to join in and parents/carers are encouraged to stay, watch and even take part!
All disabilities and impairments welcome.