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Sport: Wheelchair Rugby
Sonning,, United Kingdom

We here for you to give it a go and have some fun. Training Saturdays 11-1

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Sport: Sailing
Lamberhurst, United Kingdom

We are passionate about bringing physically disabled and able bodied together through the love of sailing. So come and enjoy the pleasure of sailing with our fun, friendly and relaxed members and enjoy the freedom and fun of sailing. All members play an active part in the club. We sail every Saturday morning from April to October at Bewl Water, Lamberhurst, Kent. We have a variety of dinghies for all abilities, whether you are a seasoned sailor or new to sailing. Established in 1989, we becoming a registered charity in 1993.

Sport: Wheelchair Basketball
Thatcham, United Kingdom

The club provides an opportunity for those with and without Physical disabilities within the Thames Valley area to participate in a great team sport within a fun and friendly environment.Our club offers one of the few opportunities for people with physical disabilities to participate in sport, thus enabling them to improve their social skills and confidence as well as taking part and introducing them to people who also have a disability thus increasing further their social interactions and giving them targets to aim for - such as better hand eye co-ordination, increased fitness and stamina as well as skills relevant to wheelchair basketball.

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Sport: Wheelchair Basketball
Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom

We run fun training sessions for people of all ages and abilities. As long as you can push a chair around the court you are welcome to attend. We accept players from 7 upwards. Whatever your ability level you are welcome. We not only do Wheelchair Basketball but other multi sports once a month.

Sport: Powerchair football
Ayr, United Kingdom

South Ayrshire Tigers is a Powerchair Football Club based in Ayr, Scotland. The club was established in January 2015 in order to provide Powerchair Football opportunities to disabled people in Ayrshire. The club currently runs one training session a week at Whitletts Activity Centre in Ayr on Thursdays between 3.30pm-7pm and our teams take part in the National League and Cup competitions. The club is open to everyone and we would actively encourage powerchair users of all ages to come and try the sport for themselves. As a club we cater for all abilities, from beginners to those who have some experience of playing Powerchair Football. We welcome new members, so if you are a powerchair user and fancy coming along to see what we are all about, please get in touch. ? ?