Designed for disabled and able bodied modern martial artists. Adults Thursdays, 7.30 to 9.30pm. Kids Saturday 9.30 to 10.30
We are a disability friendly charity, that runs paraclimbing classes for children. We also run adult sessions on demand. We run regular sessions for visually impaired charities such as Hemshaw's.
Gymnastics classes for all ages and abilities, classes running Monday to Saturday.
Altrincham Target Sports has received some funding towards the purchase of visually impaired (acoustic) shooting equipment and would like to form a VI section - the club is in the early stages of this new development and would be interested to hear from anyone wishing to try shooting
Amlwch CC has a minimum age limit of 8 and strict conditions apply to under 16's we do not have a facility to transport equipment so parent/carers would have to transport kayaks via a roof rack. We do not provide personal canoeing clothing e.g. cagoules, wet suits, footwear etc. We paddle a variety of craft from sea kayaks, GP Kayaks and Opens ACC has the equipment for paddling i.e. paddles, buoyancy aids, spray decks but as per the above we are unable to provide personal clothing. Amlwch CC run 'Inclusive Paddling Sessions' at a local swimming pool and weather permitting at a local beach/bay details can be found on our Facebook Page prior to these sessions.
We run two football sessions Blind Football for anyone aged 18+, every Sunday from 1pm-2pm. And Partially Sighted Football, two age groups, 11-17 and 18+, every Sunday from 2pm-3pm.
Traditional Aikido lessons, beginners welcome.
Individual and group swimming sessions available at various pools across the North East
Avon Sports & Leisure Club for the Visually Impaired meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm at the Bristol County Sports Club 40 Colston Street Bristol BS1 5AE.The club was formed in 1979 to enable visually impaired (Blind or partially sighted) people to meet and support each other and to take part in sporting activities and or recreation. To this day it has been run by visually impaired people with support from friends and family as needed.
Some of the sporting activities we enjoy include:
Bowls, Ten pin bowling, Swimming, Skittles, Car driving, & New Age Kurling
Recreational activities include:
Short breaks away, Day trips, Theatre / cinema, Guided tours, Dining out, Quizzes, Dominoes, & Walking.