We have sessions in an evening 6-7 pm for under 18 beginners; then intermediate and advanced Juniors and adults on Tuesdays and Thursday evenings. Also for over 50s daytime 11-12.30 on Wednesdays and Fridays. Talent ID on Tuesday 30 April 2019 from 2-4pm and 6pm to 9pm
Champions Sports Club is a multi sport club for people with any disability. The sessions run from 6-8pm every Friday and we do a range of different sports.
We offer a range of projects including swimming for leisure, rehabilitation and for sport. We have Hydro-Rehab and Fitness, NASCH Distance Badge & Waterskills Award Scheme, Sensory Play, Special Olympics, Hallwick and general swimming. We include the whole family and celebrate ability not disability. Visit sdsg.org.uk for more information.
Recreational volleyball. A very new club, still being developed.
Streets Ahead provides football experiences for all those who are unable to play in a mainstream team. it is open to all from the age of four years. The players play in the Saints Foundation Disability League with a team in each section -Premier, Competitive and Participation. Currently there are not enough players for U16 or U12 teams so we encourage younger players to join us as well as adults. The Club is one of the teams of the Andover New Street Football Club but has its own committee and is self funded.
The clubs meet once a fortnight and are Norfolk Hares (Juniors) and Norfolk Pirates (Seniors). It's fun, a great workout and an opportunity to get together and play sport.
We are a recreational, fun trampolining club based in Stoke-on-Trent. Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced bouncer, whether you want to learn trampolining itself or come to learn landing safely & somersaulting in other sports, old or young, able or disabled, you are welcome to come and trampoline with us. We have group sessions & private tuition available every week.
A wide range of activities for people with any disability and for all ages in a large modern leisure centre with enthusiastic helpers
Special Olympics St Albans provides year round weekly sport activities for children and adults with a learning disability. Enabling them to compete at local, national and international competitions. We have sessions in athletics, swimming, boccia, equestrian, golf, football and judo.
Sitting volleyball has grown to be one of the more popular Paralympic sports due to the fast and exciting action. At club level, the game offers both disabled and non-disabled players the opportunity to compete both with and against each other