London Titans Wheelchair Basketball Club is 30 years old, we are the largest and most successful Southern England club. Running 6 teams across 3 London venues, in the boroughs of Waltham Forest, Ealing and our home venue Harrow. Our members are 7 - 50 years old and we currently field teams in every division of the National League from Premier to Third, Womens and Junior League. London Titans provide 10 hours of coached training sessions per week from our Grade 2 coaches within the club including Paralympian's who are able to provide the highest standard of coaching to people of all abilities. There is no cost to come along and try wheelchair basketball initially. We are able to loan basketball wheelchairs to new members. Wheelchairs are available at all our training venues although it is advisable to contact us prior to coming along to ensure we are able to meet your needs. We encourage friends and family to get into wheelchairs and try the sport.
FACET offer a huge range of sports and physical exercise sessions for a wide range of adults with both learning and physical disabilities. We have weekly classes taking place at our base in March Cambridgeshire including multi-sports groups, football practice and tournament based matches as well as bowls and music and movement classes. All sessions are fun, sociable, enjoyable and most importantly able to cater for ALL abilities (18+ only)
A chance to learn, indoor, air weapon shooting at a range of 10m. Take some time to sit and chat to other members whilst having a cuppa. Most levels of disability welcome, including able-bodied. We cater for birthday, hen and stag parties, or just a bunch of friends. We have 8 firing points but have managed to work with 24 Scouts in one session - a good time had by all.
Our inclusive community based athletics club offers athletes of all ages and abilities the opportunity to take part in a variety of track and field events, all year round, in a safe and supportive environment.
British Blind Sport is pleased to confirm the 2019 date for the charitys annual National Youth Swimming Gala as Saturday 30th March. Hosted by British Blind Sport, this event has been held successfully for over 20 years and is the only VI specific youth swimming competition in the UK, attracting participants from across the country. Open to all abilities, whether you are a beginner or competitive swimmer, come and have a go! Free entry for all blind and partially sighted children aged between 8 to 17 years old. Free, one to one and small group lessons will also be on offer for those children aged 5-17 years of age, who may not feel confident enough to take part in the swimming gala but would like to learn the basic principles of how to swim.
Para Recruitment Day at Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Club. The day in partnership with British Para Table Tennis will see Pathways manager and National Development Coach Shaun Marples in attendance along with the clubs own award-winning coaches and players from the National Para GB set up. The idea of the day is to get more people with disabilitys playing table tennis and help put any talent on a pathway to nurture that talent to a National level. There are two sessions 1pm-3pm which will be for schools and 7pm-9pm which is open for everyone to attend, there is no charge and equipment will be provided.
Providing adventurous outdoor activity experiences designed to stimulate, educate and motivate young people and others at affordable prices in a challenging and safe environment.
Archery is a sport that allows all ages and abilities to participate together
First UK WCMX Jam. Aims to bring like-minded people together
Greenbank Sports Academy is run by The Greenbank Project (Greenbank), a Liverpool based registered charity (Charity Number 513814), which has operated since 1983. Our mission statement states that Greenbank Sports Academy is a centre of excellence in physical education, sport and recreation that is totally user friendly, owned and run by disabled people. This is achieved by offering the following activities: Sports and recreation sessions for disabled children in school holidays and after school Disability sports events and clubs Specialist sports coaching within the community including schools Links to governing bodies for sport and support for elite athletes by providing training facilities. A flexible educational pathway into vocational training, coaching and higher education through courses offered at Greenbank College and in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University Opening up employment opportunities for disabled people in the sports and leisure industry Running a café, conference and accommodation facilities, gym and sports hall on a not for profit basis for the benefit of the local community