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
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.
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.
As a Club we provide a Sporting opportunity of Powerchair Football which is fun and competitive to participants of mixed ages and genders
Athletics training sessions run by England Athletics qualified coach with DBS and Safeguarding certificates. Sessions open to all abilities, age from 11 upwards.
Sessions held on Tuesday & Thursday evening 4.30-5.30pm, please email before attending.
Structured trampoline lessons either in a group environment or on a 1-1 basis. Priority is always fun, safety and learning new skills!
1:1/Small Group Trampolining or Rebound Therapy Sessions.
The sessions are built around the individuals needs and interests.
BACE is a dedicated sports venue for Cheerleading, Trampolining & Disability/Inclusion Sport.
All sessions must be prebooked but we offer one off sessions to regular weekly sessions. We would advise any interested participants to contact us to discuss the options available.
Very friendly amputee football sessions in partnership with Cambridge United and Cambs FA
We meet once a week at Bottisham Village College on a Thursday evening.
Come along a join this great group.
Both leg and arm amputees welcome.
Come shake your booty with me, no matter your shape,size or fitness level! Zumba is for everyone and is more like a party than a fitness class
A mini workout on mini trampolines for mini people! Music they love, lots of fun and keeping them fit and active, they wont even realise it's exercise! We welcome children aged from 7yrs.