Orion is an inclusive competitive swimming club training developing swimmers to be competent competitors. We have a number of squads based on ability and within those squads we have a number of Para athletes training and competing from local to international level.
All Access Horse Riding, suitable for all!
Many of the volunteers and staff are disabled or parents carers of disabled children.
Quiet one-to-one work and group sessions available.
30 year's experience.
BHS & RDA accredited.
Norton Sports Charity run various inclusive activities. Please get in touch via contact details below for more information on how you can get involved!
The club offer a fun and friendly introduction to wheelchair basketball. Participants have the opportunity to progress if they would like to or just play at a more social level.
Girls Win uses sport to help young women with a disability (ages 16 – 25) set short, medium and long-term goals. It empowers young women to think more positively about their future, how goal setting can develop their prospects for the future and engages young women in activities that keep the body and mind healthy to adopt a growth mind-set.
Our FREE weekly sessions combine a range of sports and physical activity with goal setting workshops, peer support group discussion and a physical challenge that will increase the confidence, independence and expand their friendship networks to reduce social isolation of young women with a disability.
Lots of other fun FREE opportunities including – TRIPS, RESIDENTIALS, FESTIVALS, WORK EXPERIENCE, APPRENTICESHIPS AND MORE …
Time and day
Tuesday's during term time 4:30pm – 6:00pm
Wheelchair Basketball is a fun session designed to improve fitness and play basketball at a competitive level.
Tang Soo Do is a traditional martial art that develops confidence, strength, flexibility, self defence. It helps with health and wellness as well as being a community atmosphere that encourages students to engage and push themselves to achieve their inner potential both in and out of the gym. We also offer ladies fitness kickboxing, tiny tigers (4-7 year olds), private sessions, self defence seminars, anti bullying courses, private sessions. In the new year we plan to do fitness/circuits sessions. Ki Gong and special classes for autism and other disabilities
Cheshire Phoenix Wheelchair Basketball Club is a new Club formed in 2014 in partnership with Cheshire Phoenix Community Interest Club. We currently play in the North West Area RGK League and also play a number of friendly games both home and away.
Wheelchair Basketball can be played by people with and without disabilities aged 5 and upwards - Our club welcomes players of all abilities so come and have a go - we guarantee you will enjoy it! We have sports wheelchairs you can use - you just need to be fit enough to get yourself up and down the court.
We currently train at Ellesmere Port Sports Village on Saturdays 6-8pm.
Just get in touch and we will give you all the support you will need to get involved.
We have many different Clubs and services for young people, families and adults in the local area, including: an Open Access Youth Club (with Supported access for young people with additional needs); two after-school Sports Clubs for young people with a range of disabilities; an Inclusive Family Club and Inclusive Adult Canoe Club; and a Club for adults with mental health issues.
Cumbria Wheelchair sports Club provide a wide range of fully inclusive sports for all ages and abilities from grassroots to international level at various locations around Cumbria.