Strength and Conditioning - Access all Areas, aims to provide disabled people with the opportunity to work out with trained staff in our fitness facilities at the University.
We will have a dedicated workout area, with adaptive kit, which will allow people to be active to the level that they feel comfortable with. Staff will develop tailored session to meet your own personal goals and help to build confidence in this area.
The sessions will be for individuals and supported by staff. These will be bookable in advance, but you will need to have completed a consultation prior to attending your first session.
The aim is to help you achieve your activity goals and help facilitate access to other opportunities, where appropriate.
We aim to offer a fun and enjoyable athletics sessions for all involved. We are qualified in athletics and football but are relatively new to coaching athletics. The goals of our sessions are to teach fundemental athletics, focusing on inclusion for all and getting people active again post covid-19.
Clanfield Bowls & Sports Club (CBSC is run entirely by volunteers and it provides a valuable community hub where members of all ages, abilities and backgrounds can play or learn to play bowls, play board games and attend evening events. We care about creating an inclusive, friendly and fun ethos, where all feel welcome and respected.
We are one of the few Clubs in the country to offer the use of a Bowls Wheelchair. Subject to contacting email@example.com the wheelchair is available for use on any of the five days that we are open. We are aiming to purchase a second Bowls Wheelchair (battery propelled) to give users even greater self sufficiency to enjoy the game of Bowls. Please do visit our website and get in touch as this opportunity opens up new possibilities to enjoy the game of Bowls
Regrettably due to the Covid-19 virus, we had to suspend the Club's activities during 2020 but now, with full Covid-secure procedures in place, we are getting back to being fully reopened and welcoming new Members.
Our Club has stunning views across rolling countryside and it is important to us to do all we can to enhance the participation in sport, as much through watching the game of bowls, as through playing it.
Participants receive a warm welcome at our dedicated gymnastics facility. Participants receive coaching from very experienced and friendly coaches who will help participants learn gymnastics skills across a range of gymnastics equipment.
The Rowing Club offers Rowing and Gym training facilities for Disabled athletes and currently has in its membership adaptive rowers (missing a limb), blind, deaf, learning difficulties and adults recovering from illness e.g. stroke.
Join our club to enjoy rowing out on the water and/or specialised training in the gym. We have Gym equipment which will be specifically geared to assist disabled athletes, e.g. a Concept 2 Skierg can be used by those who are not able to use conventional rowing machines as they have legs or other limbs missing. A skierg builds up upper body muscle and endurance.
We offer Wheelchair Basketball coaching for all ages and all abilities.
Learn new skills, learn how to use a sports wheelchair and meet new friends, while having lots of fun!
We are a fully inclusive para sledge hockey club with the aim to provide a safe, fun and challenging experience for everyone - irrespective of age, gender or ability. We give people, disabled and able-bodied, the opportunity to get involved in a brilliant, action-packed team sport - the majority of our members are classed as having a disability!
With Peterborough Phantoms Para Ice Hockey, you can improve your physical fitness and wellbeing, learn a new sport and gain an extended family as part of our team. We offer expert coaching, top of the line equipment and a supportive club to help everyone who joins to achieve whatever they want to achieve, whether that involves competing or simply being part of the fun.
Our Ability Counts programmed operates to serve a Pan Disability audience from 6 years upwards in the following age categories- Under 12s, Under 16s and seniors. Participants take part in structured football training sessions aimed at developing not only there technical and tactical skills but also there social and psychological skills and helps them all with a sense of belonging with the power of the clubs badge bringing them together.
Join a boccia club and play boccia.
Boccia is a game similar to bowls except this can incorporate anyone/ everyone with any disability or able bodied.
Why not come and have a go!
Spartac gymnastics club delivers gymnastics training for all abilities.