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Sport: Athletics, Boccia, Football, Goalball, Sitting Volleyball, Table Tennis

The DSC Summer Festival is a FREE annual sports event to celebrate our award-winning Community Club programme. Participants are free to enjoy over 20 different sports at their own pace, and with traditional and Paralympic/ adapted sports on offer you won't be short of choice! Sports include Football, Cricket, Tennis, Boccia, Badminton and more! The event welcomes all ages and abilities.

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We offer gym sessions to fit any ability, we also run a fun aerobics class for all abilities including sitting, floor work and at an appropriate pace

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Sport: Wheelchair Fencing

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.

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Sport: Wheelchair Basketball

Archers Wheelchair Basketball provide recreational opportunities for ages 3 to adult and competitive opportunities for age 14 to adult. We currently have male and female members aged from 5 to 50+. Whether you just want to have fun and make friends, or strive to be the best and reach the highest level possible, we are keen to welcome you to our club. We have a team in the British Wheelchair Basketball National League and we also have a student specific team in the University Championships, representing Cardiff Met University.

Sports wheelchairs can be provided, but please contact us in advance so we can arrange for a suitably sized wheelchair to be available for you.

Details of our sessions are below:
Junior Session ages 3 to 16 (Tuesday 6pm to 6.50pm) St. Cenydd Leisure Centre, Caerphilly
Open Session ages 12 to adult (Wednesday 7pm to 8pm) Archers Arena, Cardiff Met University
Intermediate Session (at coaches invitation) (Wednesday 8pm to 9pm) Archers Arena, Cardiff Met University
Cardiff Met Students only Session (Tuesday 8.30pm to 10pm) NIAC, Cardiff Met University

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Sport: Dragon Boat Racing

As a team we can achieve more.
We inspire each other and we are Inspired By You.

So much more than just another dragon boat club and charity – We’re a family of serving and retired service personnel who embrace life despite impairments. Together we overcome struggles side by side, accomplish great things together through sport, and have fun as a team… come and be part of our ever growing family

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Sport: Boccia

Different teams compete by throwing their coloured balls as close to the target ball (the Jack ball) as possible.

Teams score points by the number of their balls closest to the Jack ball.

The League meets 4 times a season and there is a winner of each separate tournament.

Sport: Powerchair football

Powerchair football is fast, fun sport primarily for people with physical disabilities. It is an alternative to running football and is played in electric wheelchairs.

You play 4 v 4 and the aim of the game is to score goals by hitting the football with the bumper attached to your chair.

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Sport: Archery, Boccia, Boxercise, Chair Based Exercise, Circuit Training, Cricket, Para-Badminton, Para-Canoe, Powerlifting, Shooting, Table Tennis, Wheelchair and Disability badminton, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Fencing, Wheelchair Rugby, Wheelchair Tennis

The Inter Spinal Unit Games form an essential part of many hospital patient’s rehabilitation

The Games are held annually at Stoke Mandeville Stadium and 100 patients and 60 support staff from fourteen Spinal Injury Centres and Specialist Units across the United Kingdom, together with coaches and officials, attend the Games.

Patients receive coaching and demonstrations from current leading wheelchair sports athletes and coaches in a variety of sports which include archery, cue sports, rugby, athletics, fencing, basketball, powerlifting, boccia, swimming, shooting and tennis.

They can experience first-hand what can be achieved, both in terms of sport and an independent lifestyle and discover the tremendous benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle.

The Games are sometimes a participant’s first experience outside a hospital environment since their injury, and provide a pathway to finding out the tremendous benefits that sport and physical activity can have on people’s lives.

If you are an adult who isn't at a Spinal Unit but would like to try out a range of sports then look at our Get Active Camp, a great alternative to the Inter Spinal Unit Games

Sport: Wheelchair Basketball

Wheelchair Basketball is a unique sport which encompasses both people with disabilities and people who are able-bodied.

The Club is open to players aged 16+ of all abilities.

Chairs can be provided.

Sport: Wheelchair Rugby

Wheelchair Rugby training sessions for all abilities.

Fully inclusive club catering for Male, Female and Junior participants of all abilities. We welcome both Classifiable and WR5's Players along with members who wish to train sociably. GBWR Recognised Qualified Coach.