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.
An introduction to cricket and an opportunity to play in fun cricket festivals against other teams.
Wheelchair Basketball session for all ages and abilities both male and female. Fun, engaging session in a friendly supportive group.
We are a very active, friendly and growing fencing club. We have an INVICTUS (ex Army) fencer and coach in our team who is actively working on schools and other areas in order to increase the sports participation of children and adults.
Fun Football Training and Fixtures for all ages
Trampolining for all ages and abilities. Group or individual sessions. Competitive, recreational or therapeutic sessions. A hoist is available if required.
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
Advantage offers tennis coaching sessions throughout Edinburgh and the Lothians for children and adults who live with a physical, sensory or learning disability. Our sessions focus on fun but also include access a competitive pathway should that be the correct route for a player.
Fun and engaging, PAN disability football sessions for both Adults and children/young people. Enjoyable football training sessions in a safe and professional environment ran by UEFA and FA qualified coaches taking place at fantastic facilities in Bolton.
Football training once a week in Lowestoft the opportunity to improve fitness levels be part of a team and to play in fixtures.