Bristol Inclusive Thrill Seekers are a volunteer led charity that provides people of all abilities and backgrounds the opportunity to take part in adventure sports. We run weekly 1:1 climbing sessions with our range of volunteers helping to make it accessible for people of all abilities. Siblings welcome to join in too! Climbing is a fun way to develop strength and fitness in a supportive environment.
Visit https://www.club-bits.com/bookings to book your place at our next session!
S-Factor Academy is a dynamic, inclusive athletics club catering to the Kent and South East London regions.
S-Factor Academy’s Inclusive team works with disadvantaged and disabled (physical/learning or sensory) young people to help them achieve their full potential in sports; improve well-being and overall quality of life.
“Seeing A** settle in and integrate so quickly was amazing. Seeing her run and join the other children had me choked up at the end I was nearly in tears. It’s so difficult to find a group that can support ALL of [her] needs and not just focus on being deaf.This group is amazing. Thank you again for providing this for disabled people. Her school is so far away that [she] doesn’t get to join in with after-school clubs so these sessions were exactly what we were looking for. I had a word with the physio team that they should have given me this club’s flyer years ago as the first session was brilliant!
A** has integrated so well and blossomed at S-Factor Academy she has already reached goals set by her physio in half the time.”
Phantoms Para Ice Hockey Club is based in Cambridgeshire and is one of the most successful clubs in the British league. We welcome players from all of the UK to come and try Para Ice Hockey as part of the club. Both disabled and abled-bodied players, male and female play together in a fully inclusive environment. A family atmosphere for anyone over 18 to come and give the sport a go first three sessions are free.
Email for more information or find us on facebook, insta & Twitter.
Victoria Community Boccia Club was founded in 2016. It is open to people of any age and disability who would like to participate in the Paralympic sport of Boccia. Boccia is a sport which applies tactics and power to achieve the goal of getting your coloured ball closer to the jack (white ball) than your opponent. Balls are propelled through use of a ramp, throwing or kicking the ball, so it's completely inclusive of any disability!
We offer physically disabled people in the Dumfries & Galloway area the opportunity to try and hopefully continue to participate in wheelchair racing and race-running. We have a small supply of wheelchair racers, race-runners and other equipment to allow initial participation in these sports. We have have three fully qualified coaches including one who is a wheelchair user. We pride ourselves on our family atmosphere and family members are welcome to come along to the sessions and take advantage of our trackside clubhouse facility.
Oldham Ability Counts FC are a disability specific football club based in Oldham. We currently have four teams, two under 16s and two Open Age with new teams forming. We train Monday evenings 4 till 5 for U16s and 5 while 6 for Open Age (16 years plus)
We hold have a go opportunities right through to supporting experienced competitors
Norfolk Knights are a Wheelchair Rugby club (Est. 2016) with the aim of bringing this exciting Wheelchair Sport to Norfolk.
In forming this club we have tried to take account of some of the key barriers to participation, and actively reduce or remove them, in order to build and promote an inviting club environment:
* We’re creating the opportunity
* We’re providing the key equipment
* We’re selecting accessible locations/venues
* We’re focussed on minimising member costs
The Archers of Teme club is based between Ludlow, Leominster and Tenbury Wells on the borders of South Shropshire, North Herefordshire and Worcestershire. It is one of the oldest clubs in the county, originally formed in 1856 and is affiliated to Shropshire. The present club was reformed in 1984.
We are a medium-sized club with an active membership. Although most members shoot recurve bows we have a few compound archers and a growing number of longbows.
At Cerebral Palsy United FC we provide football activities for children and adults with CP and Acquired Brain injuries. Weekly football activities hosted throughout the North West delivered by experienced UEFA qualified coaches. Training, playing, coaching, refereeing and young leaders opportunities are available through our inclusive and development centred club