Visually impaired (VI) rugby is modelled on traditional rugby and takes elements from both Union and League codes. Similar to touch rugby, the game is 7-a-side and the referee is very vocal, commentating on the game at all times to help all players understand where the ball is and what is happening. The ball itself contains ball bearings to give audible support to the players. The game contains 3v3 uncontested scrums and uncontested lineouts. There is no kicking in open play.
All our sports are fun and open to all age groups with the emphasis on sustainable enjoyment for participants.
Archery is a fun and entertaining sporting activity open to all ages and abilities.
Holwell Rifle Club provides a safe environment for members to learn, train and compete within target shooting sport. We encourage members to participate in individual or team competitions appropriate for their skill level. Current membership ranges from club shooters through to international competitors.
We welcome all members of the community regardless of ethnicity, nationality, sex, age, sexual orientation or disability except where the laws governing the possession or use of firearms would come into conflict.
This is an archery club which embraces all ages and abilities. Our only requirement is the ability to pull back the bowstring safely, and be able to understand and take instruction.
Please be aware that this a club, which has processes and procedures to get people shooting safely.
The North East Visually Impaired Tennis Club gives blind and visually impaired people in the North East of England, the opportunity to play tennis in a friendly, social and supportive environment. We welcome and encourage everyone to try this game, bring your family, bring your friends or just bring yourself, before long, you'll be hooked!
We are an inclusive climbing club in the West Midlands. We aim to enable people of all ages and abilities to have access to the positive benefits of climbing. We work alongside people with mental health conditions, learning disabilities and physical disabilities (including but not limited to those who are on the autistic spectrum, amputees, those with neurological conditions and chronic pain) along with their friends and family.
We are a friendly community goalball club. We welcome new members even if you know nothing about goalball. Visually impaired and sighted all welcome. Age 10+
Tuesday evenings is our main session and we run this as a multisports session offering opportunities in a range of inclusive sports specifically designed to incorporate visually impaired people. Available sports include TENNIS, CRICKET, FOOTBALL, HOCKEY AND GOALBALL. This is not an exhaustive list and we will always try new sports and activities in support of increased participation of visually impaired people.
The classes have a general warm up with stretch followed by gymnastics skills on floor and gymnastics equipment.