Croydon BMX runs sessions for those who want to learn or perfect their BMX skills in a fun and friendly environment. Wingz sessions are for those aged 6+ with a disability, impairment or additional need and run every Saturday morning from 10am-11am. All equipment is provided such as bikes, pads, gloves, and helmets. All that we ask is that you wear long sleeves and long trousers. The first session is free and then it is £3 per session there after.
Brixton BMX Club run inclusive sessions for those with a disability, impairment or additional need, so they can learn new BMX skills, whilst having fun. Sessions run at Brockwell Park BMX Track every Saturday from 12pm-1pm. All equipment, such as bikes, helmets, gloves, and pads are provided; all we ask is that you wear long sleeves and long trousers.
Highgate Cricket and Lawn Tennis Club are running regular inclusive tennis coaching sessions for young people. Fun, relaxed, inclusive tennis coaching sessions open to all but of particular interest to young people with additional needs and/or disabilities. All equipment is provided.
Day & Time: Saturdays 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Cost: £3.00 (First Session Free)
Drop In but text 07752 050821 to let us know that you are planning to attend.
Sessions will be delivered by a Lawn Tennis Association coach who has 12 years of coaching experience. The coach will lead safe, sociable and fun sessions. All equipment is provided free of charge.
RaceRunning is a new sport for children, young people and adults that cannot run independently, and rely on support aids for mobility and balance. The RaceRunner is a three-wheeled frame which supports the athlete’s body, enabling the athlete to propel the frame with their feet and steer using their hands. RaceRunning can be done just for fun and fitness, but it’s also a competition sport, and there are plans afoot to get it included in the Paralympic Games in 2024.
East London RaceRunning welcome anyone and everyone to come along and give it a go! We train on Sunday mornings 9:45-11am aimed at those aged 5-25. Family and friends welcome too!
Multi sports include Football - Basketball - Goal Ball - Athletics - Curling.
This is an inclusive club where mainstream and special school pupils enjoy fun filled activity. All the coaches are qualified and rigorously checked.
All abilities welcome! 8-25 years.
Come and try disability football! East London Leisure are providing disability football sessions to those ages 10-25 years on Saturdays 1pm-2:30pm open to all abilities.
Come and give Goalball a go!
Goalball is an exciting, indoor, 3-aside team sport, of attack and defend -with a unique twist! It has been played throughout the world ever since up to the highest level as a Paralympic sport, by people who have visual impairments. Goalball is a truly inclusive sport as fully sighted players can also play alongside
those with visual impairment as all of the players wear eye shades so that nobody can see the ball. Players therefore have to rely entirely on their other senses. The ball contains internal bells so players are able to track its movement by its sound. The court is marked out with tactile lines so players can feel where they are. The idea of the game is quite simply to score goals by bowling the ball along the floor, past the opposing team.
Its great fun, good exercise, and a great way to meet new people. We are a friendly group who play Goalball for fun and provide competitive playing opportunities. We welcome new players of any age or ability.
Fun wheelchair basketball sessions open to all ages and abilities - two sessions run each week.
Darlington Mowden Park Bulls Wheelchair Rugby Club are a long established club in the North East.
We have been providing an opportunity for Physically Disabled participants to play and train in a social and fun environment. Our sessions run 6-9pm Tuesday and Thursdays out of Sedgfield Community College in Sedgefield, C. Durham (TS21 3DD)
If you wish to attend a session please feel free to get in touch or just turn up to a session!
A FREE for all club for all 7-18 year old's, specifically designed to provide opportunities for young people with physical limitations and learning disabilities, as well as siblings, family members and friends!
A chance to try wheelchair rugby and wheelchair basketball, as well as Boccia and New Age Kurling in a fun and inclusive environment!
Trained and qualified sports coaches and disability specialists. Fully accessible venue - including parking, entry and accessible bathroom (with hoist and changing bed).