Club doncaster titans is a disability football club offers safe friendly environment for children and adults with disabilities to access our sessions we are pan disability football club and affiliated with county FA we offer different sessions every week for different needs
A fun, friendly football team where children can play football based games and get to meet and socialise with other children with disabilities. We also play in the Sandwell Inclusion League, play games across the country and get to meet CP role models showing us anything is possible.
Learn Japanese Ju-Jitsu in a fun and friendly environment. Open to all ages, abilities and both sexes. No previous experience required. No special equipment required initially.
Solihull Active promote and provide a range of physical activity opportunities across the Borough. We have numerous activities to cater for those with physical and learning disabilities to take part in. All activities we offer are inclusive; we have soft archery, boccia, multi-sports, table tennis to offer. We also have a wide number of partnerships so always happy to liaise or sign post participants to other areas.
We are always on the lookout for talented swimmers to come and join the DSS-GB squad. We run training weekends around the UK and compete in international competitions. There are minimum qualifying standards for international competition examples of which can be seen on our website www.dss-gb.org. If you can swim at or close to these times and have either T21 or Mosaic Down syndrome and would like to get involved, or would like advice on taking your swimming further please email email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter @DSSGB1 and Facebook @DSSGBofficial
Aimed at wheelchair specific triathlon, but you can just do single event race chair or handcycle or swim. You do not have to compete, some do it for social and exercise reasons. We might in most cases be able to let you have a go in our club equipment. You can just come along and watch one of two training sessions every week, Thursday and Sunday at 11am, both usually at the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, VeloPark. Postcode E20 1HB, a 1 mile traffic free tarmac cycle track.
HSBC UK Disability Hubs provide monthly traffic free coaching for people with a range of disabilities. British Cyclings disability hubs aim to improve access to the sport and ensure that those wanting to improve their cycling performance receive the support they need. The hub sessions help riders with a range of goals; whether to get into a new sport, meet new friends, improve fitness and confidence or rehabilitate from injury. Riders of any level are encouraged to attend these sessions.
A wide range of activities for people with any disability and for all ages in a large modern leisure centre with enthusiastic helpers
Karate is a fun and exciting art that combines mindfulness with exercise. Anyone can practice Karate, come and join the top Club in the South of England
Forth Valley Flyers provides opportunities for young people (from age 10) and adults with either a physical, learning or sensory disability to become involved in athletics. Our members come from Falkirk, Clackmannanshire, Stirling and beyond. Forth Valley Flyers encourages fun, participation, sportsmanship and the social aspects of athletics to anyone interested in joining. All we ask in return is that you respect the other members of the club, other teams and officials who support athletics, so why not come along a give it a try? We train at Grangemouth Stadium, Kersiebank Avenue, Grangemouth, FK3 0BS. Our club night is a Friday starting at 6pm please contact us before coming along.