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Sport: Wheelchair Sports
Twickenham, United Kingdom

The Harlequins Wheelchair Rugby team ‘The Jesters’ are fully inclusive for males and females 15+ who wish to be active, competitive, learn new skills, make new friends and have loads of fun. A mix of experienced and new players make for a really comfortable, positive environment. If you are a wheelchair user or have a physical impairment (non wheelchair users welcome) and are interested in giving wheelchair rugby a go drop us an email!

Sport: Equestrian Sports
Carshalton, United Kingdom

The Diamond Centre for Disabled Riders provides adults and children who have physical disabilities and / or learning difficulties, the opportunity to participate in horse and pony riding, vaulting and carriage driving to promote their social welfare and improve their health and life conditions through training, recreation and rehabilitation.

Sport: Combat Sports
Manchester, United Kingdom

We will be holding trial sessions for anyone with a disability to come along and try non-contact Taekwondo (Poomsae) and potentially join our Poomsae Performance Squad.

We currently have the following categories available: P10: Blind/Visual Impairment, P20: Intellectual Impairment, P30: Neurological Impairment, P40: Physical Impairment, P50: Wheelchair User, P60: Deaf/Hearing Impairment, P70: Short Stature.

Don't worry if your disability doesn't fit into these categories, as we can potentially create a new category for you.

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Sport: Activity, Water Sports, Outdoor Activities
Birmingham, United Kingdom

The Andrew Simpson Foundation was inspired by Olympic Gold and Silver medalist Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson MBE. Our core purpose is to transform lives through sailing.

Aiming High is a sailing and watersports programme which supports young people living with a learning and/or physical disability. The programme also focuses on young people’s mental health, using sailing and watersports to boost young people’s sense of self-worth and help them manage their emotions.

On average, each young person will attend 6 Aiming High sessions. The programme structure varies depending on the needs of the young people. A typical programme may include:
• Taster sessions
• Coaching in sailing and watersports
• An introduction to mindfulness
• Young people working towards RYA National Sailing Scheme or RYA Sailability qualifications

Our highly skilled and experienced staff work alongside parents and teachers to ensure the programme is accessible to the young people and enables them to develop self-confidence and resilience.

Sport: Activity, Dance, Something a bit different?!, Dance Fitness
Leigh, United Kingdom

A-TEAM. We provide physical activity, movement and dance for children and young adults aged 4-18 years old, and their parents diagnosed with or awaiting diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.

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Sport: Activity, Multi Sports, Something a bit different?!, Walking Activities & Sports, Racket Sports, Outdoor Activities
DEWSBURY, United Kingdom

Thornhill Cricket and Bowling Club offers a variety of sports to its members and to the community. For each individual sport you need to contact each sections to be able to discuss sessions and timing, according to your needs. Possible the best sessions would be for adults for green bowls activities, tennis, female rounders, or junior football. You can also join in with social events such as Table Tennis sessions, quiz or dancing events.
The club is in the process of setting up more organised sessions for people who would like to access to inclusive sports. More session will be added later on this year.

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Sport: Chair Based Fitness, Fitness Activities, Jogging & Running, Multi Sports, Target Sports, Walking Activities & Sports, Yoga & Pilates, Combat Sports, Dance Fitness, Endurance Sports, Football Sports, Something a bit different?!
Barrow-in-Furness, United Kingdom

Able Raiders is one of the programmes run by Advantage! Barrow Raiders Community Foundation, and our sports/fitness work is delivered to all our community.
Able Raiders is particularly suited to adults with learning disabilities but also adults with physical disabilities. It involves the delivery of multi sports activities, and fitness and well being sessions to adults/teenagers. One of our ambitions is to develop a specifically targeted junior Able Raiders to work with younger people, who attend, for instance, specialist education settings.
Many of our activities have a rugby flavour, but our prospectus offers: football; cricket; boccia; new age kurling; target games; boxercise; yoga; walking; modified athletic activities; zumba; chair based exercise.

Sport: Activity, Leisure Activities & Games, Outdoor Activities, Chair Based Fitness, Walking Activities & Sports
Gloucester, United Kingdom

Catch a Smile is an Accessible Community area for all to enjoy together. Our aim is to provide fun, relaxation and an opportunity for the entire community to learn new skills. For all ages, to include people with disabilities and mental health problems with a view to contributing to a more fully inclusive community.

Sport: Racket Sports
Tyne & Wear, United Kingdom

Our deaf awareness: NE Badminton Club is a welcoming social activity designed to bring deaf and hard of hearing people and their hearing counterparts together in some fun badminton play.

The group is supported by a Level 2 Badminton coach who teaches skills such as racket grip, shot selection and court positioning in a relaxed way that meets the relevant standard of play of each individual player.
We use one badminton court to bring together participants in enjoyable, though tasking, badminton skill challenges that help with improvement and create a sense of fun togetherness.
Double and single badminton games are played to round off the activity and to help put into practice some of the participant learning.

Sport: Cycling Sports
Little Marlow, United Kingdom

The Marlow Wheels For All sessions operate from the Wycombe District Athletics Complex and is looking forward to helping more people enjoy all-ability cycling utilising its fleet of adapted cycles; from trikes, quads, recumbents, hand-cycles & side-by-side tandems.