Our club is open to anyone regardless of gender, age, ability, race etc. and we aim to help players maximise their potential and reach their goals whatever they may be. Some may want to be Olympians and others may want to play table tennis with their friends. As well as offering opportunities to improve as a player, we also develop coaching skills. We have strong links with Sport Wales, Table Tennis Wales, Sport Cardiff and Disability Sport Wales and work together with these organisations and others, on different projects. The sessions we run include junior, adult, over 50's, minis, elite, 1-1 coaching, and tailored sessions for specific groups. We also run tournaments for different ability levels and are developing a strong community programme.
We offer tandem riding opportunities for disabled people in Harrogate, Ripon, Wetherby, Wakefield and York. Disabled back riders are paired up with a non-disabled front rider and we enjoy rides of up to 20 miles in the local countryside. We usually stop off to catch our breath in a local pub on the way round. Our rides take place on weekday evenings from April until the end of October. Join us - it's fun!
Tandem Trekkers is a Huddersfield based cycling club for blind and visually impaired riders. Our core membership today numbers some 40 riders and we warmly welcome new pilots and stokers. We manage our own fleet of around 15 tandems which is boosted by the fact that several of our members ride their own bikes. If you're interested in coming along to one of our sessions, or would simply like to find out more about us, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Target shooting is one of the 26 Olympic and 21 Paralympic Sports, as well as being one of the events that make up Modern Pentathlon. It is not generally seen as a mainstream activity, but thanks to London2012 and the success of Team GB, the sport of target shooting has seen a marked increase in interest from all ages and abilities. Target shooting is a sport that anyone, of any age, gender and physical ability can participate in along side each other. It can inspire those individuals who aren't particularly interested in, or capable of taking part in, the popular sports. Ferndown Gun Club has one of the most active memberships of any target shooting club in South West England. Our club continues to produce many of the area's top competitive shooters over a wide range of disciplines. Ferndown Gun Club is an accredited Disability Hub Club.
The club provides an opportunity for those with and without Physical disabilities within the Thames Valley area to participate in a great team sport within a fun and friendly environment.Our club offers one of the few opportunities for people with physical disabilities to participate in sport, thus enabling them to improve their social skills and confidence as well as taking part and introducing them to people who also have a disability thus increasing further their social interactions and giving them targets to aim for - such as better hand eye co-ordination, increased fitness and stamina as well as skills relevant to wheelchair basketball.
Our regular sessions run twice weekly and cater for just about everyone and anyone regardless of physical or mental ability level. Members ages range from twenties to eighties and some enjoy purely social games and tea and chat, and some are more seriously competition focused; but we all benefit from the gentle exercise and mental stimulation that Boccia provides.
A chance to learn, indoor, air weapon shooting at a range of 10m. Take some time to sit and chat to other members whilst having a cuppa. Most levels of disability welcome, including able-bodied. We cater for birthday, hen and stag parties, or just a bunch of friends. We have 8 firing points but have managed to work with 24 Scouts in one session - a good time had by all.
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.
Trust Rugby International (tri) specialises in breaking down the barriers to participation for individuals with physical, sensory and learning difficulties. We play 'unified' rugby - which brings people with and without a disability together to train and play rugby. We pride ourselves on adapting our coaching to suit the group or individual.
Have fun, get fit and socialise in a safe and supportive environment. Unified rugby brings players with and without disabilities together to train, play and socialise together. We use adapted rules and a visual identification system which ensures our more vulnerable players are not tackled or tackled with limited force. We welcome males and females from age 16+.