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Glenrothes, United Kingdom

Please contact Norma Buchanan (Disability Sport Fife) to discuss opportunities to get active in Fife.

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Dundee, United Kingdom

Please contact Gordon Quinton (Dundee City Disability Sport) to discuss opportunities to get active in Dundee.

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Annan, United Kingdom

Please contact Laura Vickers (Disability Development Officer, Dumfries & Galloway Disability Sport) to discuss opportunities to get active in Dumfries & Galloway

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Galashiels, United Kingdom

Please contact Alan Oliver to discuss opportunities to get active in Borders

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Ayr, United Kingdom

Please contact Dianne Campbell to discuss opportunities to get active in Ayrshire.

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Sport: Multiple sports available
Forfar, United Kingdom

Please contact Laura Smith (Development Officer, Angus Disability Sport) to discuss opportunities to get active in Angus

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Sport: Running, Walk Run Push, Walking, Wheelchair activities, social and leisure activities
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

Parallel will host its first regional event in partnership with the University of Nottingham on 17 May 2020 on the University Campus. Parallel Nottingham is a series of challenge events with multi-distance ‘Parallels’: 5km, 1km, 100m & the Super Sensory 1km. We welcome all ages and abilities, there are no cut off times. It’s all about having a go and getting active.

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Sport: Multiple sports available, Running, Walk Run Push, Walking, Wheelchair activities, social and leisure activities
Windsor, United Kingdom

Parallel Windsor is a series of challenge events with multi-distance ‘Parallels’: 10km, 5km, 1km, 100m & the Super Sensory 1km. We welcome all ages and abilities, there are no cut off times. It’s all about having a go and getting active.
Parallel Windsor includes a free Festival of Inclusivity; a fun place to hang out, meet, eat, make new friends, try something new and experience inclusivity at its very best.

Sport: Football
Burgess Hill, United Kingdom

Albion in the Community runs a fortnightly football session for adults and children with a disability. It takes place at The Burgess Hill Academyon Saturday mornings between 10am and 12.30pm. The juniors sessions is from 11.30am until 12.30am and the adults session takes place from 10am until 11.30am

The official charity of Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Albion in the Community has been running football sessions for people with a disability since 1997. It is now the area’s largest provider of football for people with a disability, giving more people than ever the chance to take part in both fun and competitive sport.

The charity runs mixed disability sessions which are fully inclusive and open to anyone with a disability, as well as a growing number of disability-specific sessions throughout Sussex. Each session is run by qualified coaches, each with experience of working with people who have a disability.

For more details on the charity’s local sessions and how to get involved call 01273 668590 or email: disability@albioninthecommunity.org.uk.

Sport: Football
Falmer, United Kingdom

Albion in the Community runs a fortnightly football session for adults and children with a disability. It takes place at Falmer sports centre on Saturday mornings between 10am and 1pm. The juniors sessions is from 10am until 11am and the adults session takes place from 11.30am until 1pm.

The official charity of Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Albion in the Community has been running football sessions for people with a disability since 1997. It is now the area’s largest provider of football for people with a disability, giving more people than ever the chance to take part in both fun and competitive sport.

The charity runs mixed disability sessions which are fully inclusive and open to anyone with a disability, as well as a growing number of disability-specific sessions throughout Sussex. Each session is run by qualified coaches, each with experience of working with people who have a disability.

For more details on the charity’s local sessions and how to get involved call 01273 668590 or email: disability@albioninthecommunity.org.uk.