A wide range of activities for people with any disability and for all ages in a large modern leisure centre with enthusiastic helpers
Here at Chichester Olympic Gymnastics Club in Chichester, West Sussex, we develop, hone and celebrate the strength, agility and flexibility that every body can achieve by offering a range of gymnastics classes that cater for everyone, from young beginners, recreational gymnasts and FreeG freestylers, to men's and women's artistic gymnastics. Whatever your age, ability and ambition we have a gymnastics class that's perfect for you. Our club offers an open, safe and friendly environment and professionally qualified coaches who will train and encourage you to reach your fullest potential in your gymnastics. Join us today and Discover Gymnastics with Chichester Olympic Gymnastics Club.
Sound Tennis is an adapted form of the sport for Blind and Partially sighted people, we have regular sessions at sports centres and tennis clubs including twice monthly coached indoor sessions, we are currently mainly adults but welcome all ages and levels of experience and fitness
Streets Ahead provides football experiences for all those who are unable to play in a mainstream team. it is open to all from the age of four years. The players play in the Saints Foundation Disability League with a team in each section -Premier, Competitive and Participation. Currently there are not enough players for U16 or U12 teams so we encourage younger players to join us as well as adults. The Club is one of the teams of the Andover New Street Football Club but has its own committee and is self funded.
Have fun, get fit and socialise in a safe and supportive environment. Unified rugby brings players with and without disabilities together to train, play and socialise together. We use adapted rules and a visual identification system which ensures our more vulnerable players are not tackled or tackled with limited force. We welcome males and females from age 16+.
We are a wheelchair curling club based at the Peak, Stirling Sports Village, Forthside Way, Stirling, FK8 1QZ. The club has a session every Wednesday between 12.30pm and 2.30pm from early September through to the end of March. The aim of the club is to promote and develop wheelchair curling. The club welcomes both social and competitive players of all ages and abilities.
Rowing on the Isis on a sunday morning, open to 13 year old and up.
Dorset Abilities Group (DAG) run an Ability Counts football programme for people with disabilities and additional needs. The programme runs three different categories: adult male, adult female, and under 16s. The programme is open to all people with a disability and runs a weekly football session every Monday (except bank holidays), for men, women or young people who would like to engage in football and develop a lifelong love of sport. We play competitive football every month. We hope to help people develop a range of skills whilst keeping fit, having fun, meeting new friends and enjoying being part of a successful football team. Players of all abilities are always welcome!
A fun family environment. Open to all abilities. Excellent chance to try something different.
British Blind Sport is pleased to confirm the 2019 date for the charitys annual National Youth Swimming Gala as Saturday 30th March. Hosted by British Blind Sport, this event has been held successfully for over 20 years and is the only VI specific youth swimming competition in the UK, attracting participants from across the country. Open to all abilities, whether you are a beginner or competitive swimmer, come and have a go! Free entry for all blind and partially sighted children aged between 8 to 17 years old. Free, one to one and small group lessons will also be on offer for those children aged 5-17 years of age, who may not feel confident enough to take part in the swimming gala but would like to learn the basic principles of how to swim.