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Sport: activity, Wheelchair Rugby
Southport , United Kingdom

Wheelchair rugby is fast fun and a great workout

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Sport: Rugby Union
Halifax , United Kingdom

We are a 17+ men’s open age rugby team open to all, where you will get a friendly and welcoming environment.

Sport: activity, Multiple sports available
Wanstead, United Kingdom

Wanstead Youth Club is an a inclusive club for 10 -25 year olds on a Thursday evening at Wanstead Youth Centre Elmcroft Avenue E11 2DB

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Sport: Nordic Walking, Swimming
Nottingham , United Kingdom

Weekly Swim training for people living with Parkinson’s Disease.
We plan to expand these sessions to train for our first Parkinson’s triathlon in March/April 2020

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Sport: activity
Swansea, United Kingdom

Adapted surfing sessions for people who have additional needs due to disability, learning difficulties, illness or injuries.

Sport: Football
London, United Kingdom

The sessions are for people with Down's syndrome aged 5+ for all abilities. There are fun drills and games for football coaches.

Sport: 50+ Exercise, activity, Basketball, Walking sports
Aberystwyth, United Kingdom

A fun, social way to get active and keep active. You can play to your pace so suitable for any ability or fitness level. Age is definitely not a barrier - we have three octagenarians playing every week. If you can bounce and catch a ball then you can play basketball!

Sport: Chair Based Exercise
Rugby , United Kingdom

Chair based exercise class encourages movement in and around your chair. You'll do leg, arm and core exercises with resistance bands or other equipment whilst sitting down, or you might stand up and use your chair for some supported exercises.

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Sport: 50+ Exercise, Football
Ulverston, United Kingdom

Walking football is different to regular Association Football in many ways and is aimed at the over 50’s age group.
It has very specific rules that outlaw all running and allows no contact between players. Over-head height restrictions and indirect free kicks ensure that the sport is played safely with full consideration to the participants’ age.

As a result of these rules, games are played at a slower pace, often on state of the art 3G artificial grass pitches, thus reducing the threat of pain, discomfort and injury, with players briskly walking through matches. This allows people who have loved the sport all their lives to once again safely get back to playing and also introduces the sport to people who perhaps have never considered playing before.

Sport: Cycling
Ulverston, United Kingdom

An inclusive cycle session suitable for people with additional needs or
acquired conditions who cannot access mainstream cycling.
Term time only. March-September