Community Sessions introducing participants to the sport of Archery.
Aspire Badminton Club is an Inclusive club for all ages and all abilities. We are the only Badminton England Premier Club / Inclusive club / Clubmark Club in Cambridgeshire. We are also the largest junior club in Cambridgeshire. We run coaching sessions to help support you and improve your game. We can take beginners up to County players, and coach to paralympic standards, having trained a couple of International Wheelchair players. We have six sports wheelchairs available to use. Our Sister Club is Knebworth Badminton Club in Hertfordshire.
A fun environment for all to learn and train together for fitness or competition with activities across 3 sites in the local area. Weekly sessions with subscriptions of no more than £5 per week.
We here for you to give it a go and have some fun. Training Saturdays 11-1
Open to all levels of experience. Absolutely inclusive and fun
Club sessions are fun sessions open to all wheelchair users over the age of 16. Coaching is provided by qualified coaches and support is offered to enable everyone to participate. We practice various disciplines and play games against other wheelchair users and able bodied curlers. Be a recreational curler or aim for the paralympic squad all levels catered for.
The club welcomes athletes with disabilities. In most cases athletes with disabilities join in our main training groups. We offer opportunities for people with all kinds of disabilities to take part in athletics and have a thriving wheelchair athletics group. We hope to add racerunning to the list soon. We aim to have fun in training and to enable everyone to improve. We provide competitive opportunities whenever possible but it is always up to the individual athlete to decide what is right for them. If you want to see if athletics is for you, get in touch with us and come along for a couple of training sessions, as a free introduction. We'll be pleased to see you.
A group of sports people who wont stop their disability from participating in a physical team sport. The aim of the club is to change attitudes, members are encouraged to reach their full potential, improve fitness, play a team sport and WIN. As a sport we welcome all ages, abilities and genders in a full contact sport.
Pan Disability football for all ages, children and adults, both male and female teams
For the benefit of the public to relieve the needs and promote the health of those challenged through disability by the provision of training opportunities in sports driving.Training sessions will vary from venue to venue using a range of different trainers. Sessions allow all abilities the chance to improve their rein handling of horses, overcome their own obstacles and participate in social activities with other drivers challenged by disability from across the UK.