Across all of England
 
Club: Blind Sailing
Website: www.blindsailing.net
Contact: Lucy Hodges; blind.sailing@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We provide sailing for blind and partially-sighted people of all ages and all abilities across Great Britain ... from dipping your toe in the water for the first time, to racing at a World Championships or at the Paralympics. Lots of fun in a safe environment.
 
Club: Disabled Shooting Project
Website: www.disabledshooting.org.uk
Contact: Liz Woodall, DSP Co-ordinator; dsp@disabledshooting.org.uk
Brief Description: The Project is part of British Shooting and is funded by Sport England. Its purpose is to do whatever it can to facilitate and promote disabled participation in target shooting. This is founded on the fact that target shooting is the most disabled-accessible, inclusive and integrated mainstream sport in Britain. It also has an illustrious record in the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The DSP works with shooters, clubs, coaches and a wide range of sport and disability organisations.
 
Club: The Masonic Fishing Charity
Contact: Jax Cain; jax.cain@mtsfc.org.uk
Brief Description: Non-for-profit charity, providing a hands-on fishing experience, both coarse and fly, at various fisheries throughout the UK. We invite participants from special needs schools or centres and people who have suffered trauma from age 11 to adult. All of our events are completely free to our participants. We also welcome new volunteers.
 
Club: The Wheelchair Dance Sport Association (UK)
Websitewww.wdsauk.co.uk
Contactinfo@wdsauk.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a national body that enables individuals to particiapate in and / or run a wheelchair dance group or club in their local areas. Contact us If you want to try a new sport that is fun and lets you meet a range of new people. You can train to compete at a regional, national and international level, or just meet regularly and keep fit while doing the Waltz, Tango or may other dances. We always looking for more people to set up a local group in their area - please contact us.
 
Club: Wired For Sport Athletics Academies
Website: http://www.wiredforsport.com
Contact: Ryan Freckleton; r.freckleton@wiredforsport.com
Brief Description: Wired For Sport is the most successful college athletics programme provided in the UK and our students have had huge International success. During 2013, our athletes (who studied in further education in tandem with receiving full-time athletics training and support) made up 20% of the GB&NI World Youth Team competing in Donetsk and they returned with half of the total medal haul. Success in both the classroom and in sport is the aim for our student athletes and 67% go on to enter higher education, 22% take additional courses in further education and 11% become employed. As we are self-funded, funds from any partnerships would have be used directly on grants and sponsorship for our athletes. We are operating as a franchise and aim to place one of our centres at further education establishments in every region.
 
Club: Jersey Special Gymnastics Club
Website: www.jerseyspecialgymnastics.com
Contact: Yana Vibert; yanavibert@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Gymnastics Club that caters for young people with learning disabilities.
 
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Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Marlow Rowing Club
Website: www.marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Contact: Ed Phillips; info@marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Brief Description: Rowing and sculling training for beginners through to serious competition for ages 12 and up. In Marlow between the M4 and M40. Para-rowing, veterans, novices, learn to row - @marlow_rowing facebook.com/marlowrc
 
Club: Sportsable
Website: www.sportsable.co.uk
Contact: Melissa Paulden; melissa.paulden@sportsable.co.uk
Brief Description: SportsAble has been actively providing grass roots to elite sport for 40 years. Members have represented Great Britain 46 times since forming in 1975. At our multi-purpose centre, just off of junction 8/9 of the M4, we offer 12 different sports and activities throughout the week. Members range in ages and abilities and take part in sport for fun, for therapy, for relaxation or for serious competition. Popular sports are: air weapons, archery, boccia, golf, new age kurling, swimming, table tennis and athletics. Coming new online next year are wheelchair basketball, goalball, short tennis and sitting volleyball. We have Level 1 and Level 2 coaches in all sports, helping those with physical and sensorial disabilities achieve their sporting and social goals.
 
Club: Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club
Websitehttp://www.berkshirewheelchairbasketball.co.uk/index.php
Contact: Jacqueline Scoins-Cass MBE; info@berkshirewheelchairbasketball.com
Brief Description: The Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club was founded in 2004; the club is runs by volunteers. The wheelchair basketball club is based at Kennet Leisure Centre, Thatcham, Berkshire, where it  caters for players aged eight and upwards, including adults who have a physical disability. All the players play in a sports wheelchair, completing training sessions and competing in friendly and competitive matches. The club also offers the opportunity for volunteers to help within the sessions to assist the players to participate in the sport. Many of the current volunteers are working towards awards such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
 
 
Club: Adaptive Skiing Milton Keynes
Websitehttp://www.bucksvoice.net/asmk/
Contact: Angus MacKay; dsukmkslopeorganiser@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: A volunteer-run group giving recreational-level disabled skiers the chance to meet new people and practice their exisitng skiing skills. All new skiers will need to have at least one lesson with Disability Snowsport UK prior to joining the group. Group meets on the second Sunday of every month between 7pm-10pm at the SNO!zone in Milton Keynes.
 
Club: Adaptive Snowsports Milton Keynes
Websitewww.asmk.co.uk
Contact: Jan Jones; jange@uwclub.net
Brief Description: Adaptive Snowsports for Disabled people. Must be able to do controlled turns on the snow or take lessons with DSUK at Milton Keynes first.
 
Club: Disability Snowsport UK
Websitewww.disabilitysnowsport.org.uk
Contact: Charlie Laine; charlie@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk
Brief Description: Skiing lessons for those living with physical and or mental disability. Lessons available 7 days a week, based at the SNO!zone in Milton Keynes.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Marlow Rowing Club
Website: www.marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Contact: Ed Phillips; info@marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Brief Description: Rowing and sculling training for beginners through to serious competition for ages 12 and up. In Marlow between the M4 and M40. Para-rowing, veterans, novices, learn to row - @marlow_rowing facebook.com/marlowrc
 
Club: Phoenix Badminton Club
Websitewww.phoenix-badminton.co.uk
Contact: Mrs Isabelle Baldwin; isabelle.baldwin@ntlworld.com
Brief Description: All inclusive badminton club for all ages (7 - adult) including wheelchair players. Social sessions for adults on Mondays and Thursdays - over 16s welcome - see website for details.
 
 
Club: Ely Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7x3/Tae_Kwon-Do/Ely_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: First Strokes Swim School Ltd
Website: www.FirstStrokes.com
Contact: Stanway@FirstStrokes.com; HeadOffice@firststrokes.com
Brief Description: First Strokes Swim Schools is an award-winning swim school. Using our own purpose-built teaching pools and other private pools, we aim for the highest standards in teaching, staff and facilities.
 
Club: Huntingdon Tai Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7x5/Tae_Kwon-Do/Huntingdon_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: March Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7x0/Tae_Kwon-Do/March_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Peterborough Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7wz/Tae_Kwon-Do/Peterborough_Tae_Kwon_Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: St Neots Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1sruu/Tae_Kwon_Do/St_Neots_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Wisbech Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7wx/Tae_Kwon-Do/Wisbech_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Cleveland
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Cumbria
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
Club: Derbyshire Disabled Cricket Club
Website: http://derbysdisabled.play-cricket.com
Contact: Paul Darkins; pad3438@hotmail.com 
Brief Description: Our aim is to get people with a disability into sport to improve their lives.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Hilton Harriers FC
Website: In development
Contact: Maxine Harlow; maxine@harlows.org.uk
Brief Description: Amateur football club catering for children aged five to adult. We are a charter standard community club, who have an open training policy for all.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Special Olympics Plymouth and District
Website: N/A
Contact: Sue Speak; clubsopd@gmail.com
Brief Description: We provide sporting opportunities for people with a learning disability by way of a weekly club with a good range of sports provided. The club is open for people of all abilities, including wheelchair users. We are a branch of the Special Olympics GB (SOGB) and will try to facilitate coaching pathways for all SOGB sports. We also regularly enter competitions for various sports in order to qualify for the Special Olympic National Games (we have 27 athletes entered for Bath 2013). We are based in Plymouth and would welcome interest from both people with a learning disability who would love to get involved in playing sport or volunteers (either with or without coaching experience) to assist on club nights. For further details contact Sue Speak on 01752 516165 or Alan Stockdale on 01752 408271.
 
Club: Twyford Spartand Ability Counts Football Club
Website: www.twyfordspartans.co.uk
Contact: Jeff Rawlings; jeffrawlings13@gmail.com
Brief Description: Football Club aimed at including and developing the wellbeing of those in and around our semi rural community who have physical, sensory or learning disabilities that reduce their ability to compete in mainstream sport. Affiliated to Twyford Spartans Youth Football Club however offer a broader spectrum of ages ranges (8-80 years-old).
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Wheel Keep Dancing
Website: www.Facebook.com/wheelkeepdancing
Contact: Angie Golding; wheelkeepdancing@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a new group providing dance classes for wheelchair users. We cover ballroom.Latin and group dances. Our instructor is a qualified teacher with the Wheelchair Dance. Sport Association UK. As well as our regular class, which runs in Dorchester on a Tuesday evening, we can also provide demonstrations and come to a venue of your own with the Dorset area. Please.contact us for further details. 
 
 
Club: Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Club
Website: www.bishopaucklandttc.co.uk
Contact: Matt Porter; Mattporter1@live.com
Brief Description: Community table tennis club in Durham, we aim to provide table tennis for everyone, whether you want to be a champion or just play for a bit of fun. We pride ourselves on offering everyone the opportunity to get involved in the sport either as a player or a volunteer.
 
 
Club: 1066 Specials
Websitewww.1066specials.org.uk
Contact: Barry Elphick; barry.elphick@btinternet.com
Brief Description: Disability football club for children and adults. Train the first and last Saturday of the month. £3 a session.
 
Club: Eastbourne Volleyball Club
Websitewww.eastbournevolleyball.com
Contact: James Clow; james@eastbournevolleyball.com
Brief Description: We accommodate all levels. We have a Men's Division 1 team, Mens Division 2 team and a Ladies Division 1 team in the Sussex League. We are also looking at starting a sitting volleyball team. We train Monday and Friday nights. The club has grown to about 30 people (of all levels and including a lot of beginners). All are welcome.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
Club: East Riding Electric Eels PFC
Website: www.eastridingelectriceels.co.uk
Contact: Paul Wade; Paul@alps-uk.com
Brief Description: We are a Powerchair football club based in Hull. We are on Facebook (East Riding Electric Eels) and Twitter (ERElectricEels).
 
Club: Kingston Kestrels Sledge Hockey Club
Website: http://www.sledgehockey.co.uk/
Contact: Matt Clarkson; matt.clarkson_5@sky.com
Brief Description: Hull-based ice sledge hockey club - Kingston Kestrels. Ice sledge hockey is a Paralympic sport, a variant of ice hockey.
 
 
Club: Basildon Soccability Academy
Websitewww.basildonsoccability.co.uk
Contact: John Smith; smithjohn111rough@googlemail.com
Brief Description: We are a pan disability football club offering football activities for both children and adults with special needs. We have also achieved the FA Charter Standard Club award.
 
Club: Beech United YFC / Basildon Soccability
Websitewww.beechunited.co.uk
Contact: Elliot Fleisher; beechunitedyfc@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a youth football club who also run football sessions for kids and adults with physical disabilities and special needs.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: First Strokes Swim School Ltd
Website: www.FirstStrokes.com
Contact: Stanway@FirstStrokes.com; HeadOffice@firststrokes.com
Brief Description: First Strokes Swim Schools is an award-winning swim school. Using our own purpose-built teaching pools and other private pools, we aim for the highest standards in teaching, staff and facilities.
 
Club: Maru Karate Kai
Websitewww.marukarate.co.uk
Contact: Marc Grayston; info@marukarate.co.uk
Brief Description: Maru Karate Kai primarily teach karate to children from the ages of five upwards. The club also takes part in projects to teach self-defence to various demographics including the elderly, women and the disabled. The club is grant funded by the Big Lottery Fund, Ford Britian Trust, Sportivate and Basildon Council.
 
Club: South Loughton Cricket Club
Website:www.southloughton.org.uk
Contact:Andrew Shields; andrewshields@ukgateway.net
Brief Description: We are a registered Community Amateur Sports Club and an ECB 'Focus Club'... and 2013 is our 75th anniversary! Our mission statement: 'To provide high-quality coaching and matchplay for members of South Loughton Cricket Club, to build strong links with schools, disability groups, other sports clubs and the local community, and to create an environment in which everyone is encouraged to develop their skills and interests.' We run four adult teams and have a thriving junior section, offering coaching and matchplay for children aged six upwards. In May 2005 we were selected by the ECB to deliver a FUNdamentals programme for six- to nine-year-olds. This has proved extremely successful and we run a FUNdamentals League and Festival for this age group. In March 2003 we became only the 12th club in England to gain Sport England's prestigious 'Clubmark' accreditation, and were re-accredited in 2007 and 2010. This demonstrates that we are 'a safe, effective and child-friendly sports club'. We have a strong commitment to cricket for people with disabilities. We host ECB County Championship matches for the Essex Disability XI and an Essex inter-schools tournament, operate a fully integrated coaching and matchplay programme, and have a close connection with a local special school. Players from our disability programme are now playing in the club's mainstream teams.
 
Club: Tai Chi for Health (Essex)
Website: www.tc4hessex.co.uk
Contact: Trevor Rawson; tc4hessex@gmail.com
Brief Description: We are an not-for-profit community club promoting active ageing and healthy living in Thurrock and South Essex. We believe in exercise inclusion providing opportunity for all; standing, seated or wheelchair users. We can work 1-2-1, small groups of family / friends, regular formed groups and bespoke sessions. We hire venues or provide services to 3rd sector, clubs, organisations, residential care and sheltered housing. Our tools are: Traditional Chinese Medicine exercises of Tai Chi and Qi Gong, Hatha Yoga; breathing, postures and meditation, Postural Stability for falls recovery and try it or developmental movement for learning disability / dementia / mental health. We use our profit to provide FREE health workshops, exercise demonstrations, social walks and sign-posting into other activity. We encourage community volunteering and charity fundraising. Our current student range is 19 to 94. We welcome all ages, children are welcome providing they are with their parents. 90% of club members have a mobility restriction, long-term illness or are rehabilitating from injury. Where possible we use everyday recycled houshold items and natural materials to inspire exercise ideas. We offer no qualifications and we do not test ability; all our groups are friendly and non-competitive.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Wheelchair Darts
Website: www.wheelchairdarts.co.uk
Contact: Mike; m.skuse@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Formed in January 2013 with the intention of helping develop the sport of wheelchair darts. The World Darts governing body has recently sanctioned the use of a lower dartboard (137cm) for people throwing from a wheelchair. We are here to help spread this news.
 
 
Club: Dive Ability
Website: www.diveability.com
Contact: Andy Woods; trydives@btinternet.com
Brief Description: We started as a club which helped people with disabilities to learn to scuba dive as well as teaching able bodied people to dive, and have now become a registered charity. We meet for pool sessions (try dives) every second Saturday each month at Lord Wandsworth College, Long Sutton (near Odiham) in Hampshire. We also arrange group diving holidays, where we have a mix of able bodied divers and divers with disabilities. We take both able bodied and people with disabilities, as we believe it helps to integrate divers of all abilities. Check out our website for more details: www.diveability.com We believe in 'Breaking Down Barriers With Bubbles'. If you fancy a try dive in the pool, contact our diving officer: Andy Woods on: 07721890058 and book a try dive with us. NB: Please advise Andy of your level of disability, as he will need to make sure we have the appropriate number of helpers plus the instructor in order to properly look after you. We have a hoist to lift wheelchair users from their chair to the pool and the poolside is accessible to wheelchairs. During the session, volunteer instructors and helpers will teach you the basics of Scuba Diving and then let you experience swimming underwater and becoming effectively weightless as we make you 'neutrally bouyant'. We supply all the diving equipment for the session, all you need to bring is swimming gear and a towel etc. We actively encourage family members / carers to have a go as well, as it means that it can be a family activity.
 
Club: EdSad
Website: N/A
Contact: Paul Kirkpatrick; paul.kirkpatrick@virgin.net
Brief Description: Eastleigh and District Sports Association for the Disabled (EdSad) is a charity based in Eastleigh that offers exclusive swimming sessions for the disabled at Fleming Park Leisure Centre. For our sessions, a hoist and poolside steps are available to ease access to the water. A disabled changing room with shower is also close to the pool. Swimmers can also use any swimming aids they wish. We meet on a Tuesday evening in the pool between 8.00pm and 9.00pm.  Carers are also welcome to assist and swim, and the Eastleigh 'Buddy' programme can also provide assistance in the pool. We book the main pool and teaching pool (warmer water!) as private hire, so membership and charges are paid direct to the club, from which we pay for pool hire and our own liability insurance.
 
Club: Enable Ability Sports Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Caroline Devlin; pals@enableability.org.uk
Brief Description: A multi-sports club for those aged 5 - 25  years who may need  support  due to mild - moderate disabilities. The first part of the session will be trampolining with a level 3 coach and other sports, followed by swinmming. Runs on a Friday evening during term time at Charter Community Sports Centre, Portsmouth. Under 12s: 5.00 - 6.45, over 12s: 6.00 - 7.45. Other Comments: sorry not suitable for those with severe disabilites or wheelchair users for swimming (changing rooms not suitable).
 
Club: Everest Health and Leisure Club
Website: http://www.everest.hants.sch.uk/
Contact: John Perrin; jperrin@everestcommunityacademy.org
Brief Description: Accessible community facilities featuring gym, sports hall, 3G, tennis / netball courts, dance studio, theatre, meeting rooms and grass pitches.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Hampshire Hornets
Website: www.hampshirehornets.co.uk
Contact: Toni Dare; Tonidare@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Wheelchair basketball club for under 17s.
 
Club: Multisports Club Eastleigh
Website: www.multisportsclub.com
Contact: Sally Eshraghi; sally.eshraghi@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a club for young people with learning disabilities aged 16-30. We run weekly multisports sessions at two venues as well as a football session, gym and aquafit. We also run activities through college holidays. We are a parent run group and are a registered charity.
 
Club: Portsmouth Volleyball Club Sitting
Website: www.volleyballengland.org/getintovolleyball/play/sitting_volleyball
Contact: Steve Bailey; steve.bailey919@ntlworld.com
Brief Description: In Portsmouth, we have an active club that welcomes players of all standards, whether disabled or not, who are 16 years or older. The club is affiliated to Portsmouth Volleyball Club and is part of a nation-wide network of sitting volleyball centres supported by Volleyball England. Training sessions are held every Thursday evening at the Mary Rose School, Gisors Road, Southsea from 6pm - 8pm.  The cost of each session is £3.00 (plus a monthly subscription of £5). It's a fun way of keeping fit and meeting other people. There is also the opportunity to compete in a national league for those with a competitive streak and take part in various competitions and events both at home and abroad. If you, your friends or family members would like to get involved, please get in touch.
 
Club: Poseidon Amateur Boxing Club
Website: www.poseidonabc.co.uk
Contact: Lucy O'Connor; poseidonabc@me.com
Brief Description: Poseidon is an amateur boxing club, which offers many benefits to everyone in the community. Whether you are a seasoned boxer or new to the sport, or whether you would simply like to improve your health and well-being with fun and effective training, our club is open to you. We have experienced coaches who are trained to meet the needs of all the members: young and old, all abilities, and all levels of affluence, ethnicity or disability. Join the Poseidon community!
 
Club: Rushmoor Mallards
Websitewww.rushmoormallards.org.uk
Contact: Chris Wren; secretary@rushmoormallards.org.uk
Brief Description: A broad range of sporting activities are arranged for the benefit of members. Friday evening ‘dry sports’ sessions include (but are not limited to) football, trampolining, bowls, table tennis, badminton and new age curling. Sunday lunchtime swimming sessions with coaching are available on an ad-hoc basis. Both the ‘dry sports’ and swimming sessions take place at the Farnborough Leisure Centre. The club has a range of specialist equipment to enable members to participate in sport. Each year, an inter-club dry-sports Games and a Swimming Gala are arranged. Mallards members are also encouraged to participate in other local games, galas and bowling competitions. The Rushmoor Mallards also has an affiliated wheelchair basketball team. Wherever possible, links will be encouraged with other organisations to help and guide any individuals looking to achieve a higher level in sport in order to help them to reach their full potential. The Rushmoor Mallards provide a range of sporting and recreational activities for people with any impairment of any age from toddlers to pensioners, together with their families and friends.
 
Club: Tradissar RDA
Websitewww.tradissar-rda.co.uk
Contact: Bill Matthews; 02392651698; billmatthews@ntlworld.com
Brief Description: Teaching high-level riding skills to disabled people. Meet Monday afternoons at Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre.
 
Club: WILTSHIRE WILDCATS WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL CLUB
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wiltshire-Wildcats-Wheelchair-Basketball-Club/197848843599983?sk=info
Contact: LORRAINE NORMAN; wildcatswbb@live.co.uk
Brief Description: Wiltshire Wildcats Wheelchair Basketball Club was founded in 2009 by a group of mothers, who wanted to provide their disabled children with a regular opportunity to play sport. Three years on, the club is a self-sustaining group which trains at Tidworth Leisure Centre every Saturday from 2pm to 4pm during term time. Sessions are mainly aimed at young people from aged eight upwards, yet we encourage those aged 18+ to help with the coaching. Players build up their wheelchair handling, passing and shooting skills through fun games and activities. Sessions always finish with a game to practise all the skills learnt. Participants don’t have to be wheelchair users to play; we welcome those keen to play from all backgrounds of disability, including those with learning difficulties. Siblings are always welcome to join in as this makes it truly inclusive and particularly competitive! In 2010, the work of the club in providing sport for young disabled people and their siblings was recognised,when we were given the ‘Most Inclusive Club’ award at the Wiltshire and Swindon Sports Awards. In late 2011, five players, who started playing wheelchair basketball with the club, were selected to represent the South West Regional Team at the National Championships. As skill increases we can often signpost young players to other more competitive regional clubs to further their ability and so they can experience a greater level of competition. Everyone can enjoy this fast-paced and exciting Paralympic sport. As the only club in Wiltshire/hampshire,of its type, this is a fantastic opportunity for local children with a disability to experience team work and gain in self confidence. Both parents and children benefit from the support of being part of the club family. At present, most parents are taking an active role in helping to advertise and promote the Wiltshire Wildcats. Making the public aware of our club is paramount to its sustainability and future development. It will also  ensure that children and the wider community have the opportunity to experience a wheelchair sport. One club member has said the club has enabled them to find an interest, develop  skills and confidence. Another has said he has finally achevied something and is very proud. A further member is quoted as saying "I look forward to basketball every week". Many parents have agreed that we have found and filled a gap in providing disabled children the opportunity to play a wheelchair sport in a safe environment where their level of ability is not an issue.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Hereford Harriers WBC
Websitehttp://www.herefordharriers.org/
Contact: Wendy Button; info@herefordharriers.org
Brief Description: Wheelchair basketball club with Junior and Senior teams in Hereford, UK. Practice every Saturday. Open to everyone. The only skill required is to be able to manually push a wheelchair and bounce a ball.
 
 
Club: Bushey and Watford PHAB Inclusive Sports Section
Website: www.busheyandwatford phab.org.uk
Contact: Brian Linnegar; brianlinnegar@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Bushey and Watford PHAB club is a social charity for the integration of the able bodied and disabled people by means of shared activities and events. The inclusive sports section is based around shooting sports (archery, air gun and boccia) and meets one Sunday per month at Lincolnsfields Children's Centre in Bushey, Hertfordshire.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
 
Club: Ashford Town Bowls Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Gill Howard; gehoward@sky.com
Brief Description: Situated in the centre of Ashford, Kent, we welcome people of all ages and abilities to play lawn green bowls. We are a very friendly bunch and are aware that everyone is a learner at first, requiring coaching and patience. However, we also recognize that people often want to achieve results quickly and so we develop people to join in with games as soon as they feel confident enough.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Headcorn Youth Forum (HYF)
Website: www.headcornyouthforum.co.uk
Contact: Martin Round; martinround.com@gmail.com
Brief Description: Headcorn is a rural village that has few sporting facilities or active play provision. HYF works with small village sports / social clubs or clubs further away to provide local sports and active play, mainly for young people. HYF provides the village with boxing (ABA Training Coaches / Tutors) every week and indoor sports activity such as sponge football or soft handball. During the light summer months we use an open green to organise community football for young people from age 5-25 one late afternoon / evening per week. Periodically we may set up other sporting activity, subject to funding and the availability of volunteers. We are affiliated to Young Kent, the County Council consortium of youth groups and have relevant insurance and policies in place.
 
Club: Racqueteers Badminton Club
Website: www.racqueteersbadminton.co.uk
Contact: John Copsey; jc1000@gmx.com
Brief Description: We are competitive and social badminton club based in Canterbury Kent. We run a membership night, a pay and play session, competitive and league night and two junior club sections. We also have several social events throughout the year. According to need we run coach education courses (UKCC Level 1 and 2) and also beginners' courses. We always look at any new ideas to extend our sport. We are open, friendly, welcoming and helpful. Racqueteers aims to develop badminton and welcomes all. We work with local schools to encourage exercise, sport in general and our sport in particular. Hence we are currently working on an application for a ClubMark Award.
 
Club: Bolton Bulls Wheelchair Basketball Club
Websitehttp://www.boltonbulls.com
Contact: Mr Steve Alston; boltonbulls@gmail.com
Brief Description: Wheelchair basketball club for anyone who uses a wheelchair. Meet Thursdays - 8.30 to 10.30.
 
Club: Disability Snowsport UK
Websitewww.disabilitysnowsport.org.uk
Contact: Stephen Smaje; dsukchillfactore@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk
Brief Description: We work to make sure people with a disability, may it be learning, sensory or physical, can ski or board alongside others who partake in snowsports. Lessons available most days. Call 0845 521 9338.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: LANCASHIRE LIONS VISUALLY IMPAIRED CRICKET CLUB
Website: N/A
Contact: Sheraz Chohan; flexers@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: This multi-cultural club hosts the county's blind cricket team offering competitive and social opportunities to play cricket with the aim of improving the health and personal well-being of the participant. The club is open to all males and females of all ages who have a visual impairment. We provide a pathway from grass root development, through first team cricket to the England setup.
 
Club: Lighthouse Tai Chi
Website: www.lighthousetaichi.com
Contact: Helena Kean and David Pelling; lighthousetaichi@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: Weekly tai chi and aqua tai chi classes across East Lancashire. Also workshops, seminars, talks, demonstrations and social outings. Guiding people to better health by teaching and promoting the gentle art of tai chi. All ages, all abilities. 300 members. From beginners to advanced level, for health or as a martial art. Professional, qualified instruction by members of the Tai Chi Union for GB. Working with local Leisure Trusts and health organizations to provide best quality, fun, safe classes.
 
Club: West Coast Crash Wheelchair Rugby club
Website: www.westcoastcrash.co.uk
Contact: Lee Stutely; Cs@westcoastcrash.co.uk
Brief Description:
A wheelchair rugby club based at Southport Spinal Unit. Wheelchair rugby is a fast, fun, tactical sport. We are inclusive to all. Training: Saturdays, 12.30 - 4.30. We'd also welcome volunteers who would like to help run the club.
 
 
Club: Cheeky Monkeys and Friends
Websitewww.cmaf.co.uk
Contact: Michael Kleios; info@cmaf.co.uk
Brief Description: Cheeky Monkeys and Friends get children aged 22 months to eight years old learning through sports. Divided into two separate divisions - Cheeky Monkeys - Green Monkeys (22mths - 3yrs), Purple Monkeys (3-4yrs) and Red Monkeys (4-5yrs) and Cheeky Football - Red Squad (5-6.5yrs) and Blue Squad (6.5-8yrs), we get children being active whilst having fun! Our younger Cheeky Monkey classes are focused on educational, fitness-fun, where, in each weekly 45 minute class, the coaches focus on a letter of the alphabet and conduct theatrical, sporty classes associated with that letter. Eg. on week 'H' the children have to get the food from the hibernating bear without waking him up! For our Cheeky Footballers - gone are the letters and the focus is shifted on learning how to play football in a fun, pressure-free environment. Children are taught how to play through passing, moving and showing off their skills without the need to 'win at all costs'. We understand winning will come once a child is confident and able to understand the game properly. Our weekly, one hour sessions provide the perfect environment for children to flourish! Disabled classes are currently being developed along with the council and more information will be provided over the coming months. Cheeky Monkeys will be looking to franchise in the winter of 2013! Keep checking www.cmaf.co.uk/franchise for more information!
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Long Sutton Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7ww/Tae_Kwon-Do/Long_Sutton_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Forest Flyerz Hockey Club
Websitewww.walthamforesthc.co.uk
Contact: Pani Theodorou; flyerz@walthamforesthc.co.uk
Brief Description: Forest Flyerz is a section of Waltham Forest Hockey Club: offering FREE weekly hockey coaching to disabled children and adults since 2011. Sessions are every Tuesday 7 - 8pm (juniors) and, coming soon, 8.30-9.30pm (adults) - at Walthamstow Academy, Walthamstow, London E17 5DP. The club caters for any physical or learning disability. As well as training sessions, we offer opportunitities to compete in matches. All sessions are run by qualified coaches who are helped by many committed volunteers, ensuring the right level of attention for each participant.
 
Club: Greenhouse Inclusive Swim Club
Website: www.greenhousecharity.org/swimming
Contact: Kirstie Hickson; kirstie.hickson@greenhousecharity.org
Brief Description: Greenhouse Inclusive Swim Club offers young people aged 8-16 years with disabilities and their siblings, the chance to learn to swim together and improve their skills and fitness. Held every Saturday at St Paul’s Girls’ School in Hammersmith, the club has sessions for beginners; building their confidence in the water, followed by sessions for those keen to master more swimming strokes and pool skills. Greenhouse Inclusive Swim Club was the first swim club in London to achieve ASA Swim 21 Learn to Swim Accreditation. Greenhouse Inclusive Swim Club has also won the Hammersmith and Fulham Inclusive and Active Award in 2011 and 2013.
 
Club: Metro Blind Sports Club
Websitehttp://www.metroblindsport.org/
Contact: Roy Smith MBE; roy.smith@metroblindsport.org
Brief Description: London based sports and social club for blind and partially sighted people from 8 to 80. Each week there is cricket, tennis, bowls and football.
 
Club: S Factor Academy
Website: www.sfactoracademy.co.uk
Contact: Yvonne Phillips; admin@sfactoracademy.com.uk
Brief Description: Founded by former World Junior Champion and Commonwealth Silver Medalist Lisa Miller, The S Factor Academy uses athletics as a tool to change youths' lives.
 
Club: Werewolves of London Special Ice Hockey Club
Websitehttp://werewolvesoflondon.org.uk
Contact: Mike Dwyer; mike@werewolvesoflondon.org.uk
Brief Description: The Werewolves of London Special Ice Hockey Club offers a special needs ice hockey programme for children and adults who have developmental disabilities such as autistic spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome and other learning disabilities.
 
 
Club: Lee Jones ABC
Website: www.leejonesabc.co.uk
Contact: Chris Osuagwu; Info@leejonesabc.co.uk
Brief Description: We are an amateur boxing club based in Liverpool.
 
Club: England Wheelchair 7s Rugby Union
Website: N/A
Contact: Martin Beddis; martin.beddis@o2.co.uk
Brief Description: Wheelchair 7s Rugby Union is a sport which men, women, disabled and the able bodied can play together. Includes scrums, lineouts etc. The England 7s will complete in the Six Nations in France in June 2013.
 
Club: Liverpool Karate-Jutsu
Website: http://www.liverpoolkaratejutsu.com
Contact: Sensei Mike Dunn; mike@liverpoolkaratejutsu.com
Brief Description: Karate for the Blind and Visual Impaired, by Liverpool Karate-Justu is a karate club that is open to anyone with or without a visual impairment. We believe at Liverpool Karate-Jutsu that real change comes from within, and the most important weapon is confidence. With that, you can achieve anything. We at Liverpool Karate-Jutsu try to promote a culture of respect for all students and teachers alike. We will also show respect to our guests, as it is an essential part of martial arts. Liverpool Karate-Jutsu promotes a partnership between students and instructors so as to provide students with the opportunity to achieve their full potential in the study of karate-jutsu. Liverpool Karate-Jutsu has a strong passion to preserve the past traditions of martial arts, however it is important to keep an open mind, finding innovating and dynamic methods of teaching.
 
Club: Liverpool Lions Wheelchair Rugby League
Website: www.livlionswrl.org.uk
Contact: Martin Beddis; martin.beddis@o2.co.uk
Brief Description: Wheelchair Rugby Tag Rugby League can be played by all. Fully Inclusive. Weekly training and regular fixtures. Players with no experience and also full international players. Men and Women can play together.
 
Club: Merseyside Blind FC
Website: www.merseysideblindfc.co.uk
Contact: Paul Jackson-Spruce; merseyblindfc@gmail.com
Brief Description: Merseyside Blind Football Club is an FA Charter Standard Club that caters for male players aged 11 years and over, who are registered blind and want to participate in football. The Squad has been created to provide a pathway for male blind footballers from across the North West (Liverpool, Manchester, Cheshire, Lancashire, Westmorland and Cumberland) to achieve their full potential and reach the heights of representing England and Great Britain Blind Futsal Squads, just like our current player, Roy Turnham. The Squad has two age groups: Under 16s (Youth) and 16 years and over (Adult) who train at Greenbank Sports Academy, Greenbank Lane, Liverpool, L17 1AG. The Adult Blind Squad will participate in the 2012-2013 National Blind Futsal League, which hosts fixtures once a month in Hereford, whilst players aged Under 16s will be involved in a developmental programme. The Club is supported by Everton in the Community and SAVI Northwest coaches, who are FA accredited, hold enhanced CRB Certificates and have invaluable experience in blind football.
 
Club: West Coast Crash Wheelchair Rugby club
Website: www.westcoastcrash.co.uk
Contact: Lee Stutely; Cs@westcoastcrash.co.uk
Brief Description:
A wheelchair rugby club based at Southport Spinal Unit. Wheelchair rugby is a fast, fun, tactical sport. We are inclusive to all. Training: Saturdays, 12.30 - 4.30. We'd also welcome volunteers who would like to help run the club.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 

Norfolk

 

Club: Downham Tae Kwon Do School
Website
http://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7x1/Tae_Kwon-Do/Downham_Market_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: EXTEND class  at Poringland, Norfolk. Exercise for over 60's to music.
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Dolores Grace; doloresgrace@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Both seated and standing exercises,or all seated if member has a physical disabillity. One hour class Monday mornings 10.30 - 11.30. It's fun!
 
Club: EXTEND. Exercise to music for the over 60s or anyone less able.
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Judy Dye; judydye@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Fairland Church, Wymondham, Monday 9.30 - 10.30am. Have fun, maintain mobility, socialise and exercise. All welcome - just come along and enjoy.
 
Club: EXTEND exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Purdy Merrifield; purdynumnums@live.co.uk
Brief Description: Gentle exercise, seated and standing. Movement to music for over 60's and less abled of all ages. Exercises to increase mobility, strength, balance, co-ordination, improve posture, gain greater body awareness and sense of well-being. Emphasis on a relaxed and fluid body, working within own personal limits.
 
Club: Kings Lynn Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r9ju/Tae_Kwon-Do/Kings_Lynn_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere, classes for beginners of all ages. We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Swaffham Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7wy/Tae_Kwon-Do/Swaffham_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Thetford Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7x2/Tae_Kwon-Do/Thetford_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Phoenix Wheelchair Basketball Club
Website: www.phoenixwbc.com
Contact: Stuart Tite; wbxnorthampton@live.co.uk
Brief Description: A Wheelchair Basketball Club which serves the County of Northamptonshire. We are based centrally in the Everdon Sports Hall, University of Northampton. We have up to three sessions a week for social and competitive players.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
North Humberside
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
South Humberside
 
 
Club: Bentley Colliery FC
Website: N/A
Contact: Craig Eanor; bentleycolliery@gmail.com
Brief Description: Community based football club competing at step 7 in Central Midland League.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Sheffield Steelkings Sledge Hockey Club
Website: www.sheffieldsteelkings.co.uk
Contact: Kim McGreal; sheffieldsteelkings@gmail.com
Brief Description: The Steelkings are an ice sledge hockey club. Sledge hockey is a disability sport, designed to allow those with lower body impairments to experience one of the fastest and most physical sports around.
 
Club: South Yorkshire Dragons Goalball Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Kathryn Fielding; kathryn@achievepotentials.co.uk
Brief Description: Goalball is a Paralympic sport for blind and partially sighted people but domestically anybody can play as everybody is required to wear eye shades so nobody can see. We train on alternate Tuesdays from 4pm to 6pm at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.
 
Club: Steelers Wheelchair Basketball Club
Website: http://sheffield-steelers.co.uk/
Contact: Lorraine Waring; lorraine.waring@dsl.pipex.com
Brief Description: We provide an inclusive open session every week, regardless of ability or skills in wheelchair basketball everyone is welcome to try out the sport. The club is made up of players and supporters from all areas of life, we have beginners to Paraympians, who train with us on a weekly basis. You dont need your own sports wheelchair to attend as we have club chairs that can be loaned for every session. All our coaches are CRB checked.
 
 
Club: Disability Snowsport UK
Websitewww.disabilitysnowsport.org.uk; http://tamworthskigroup.webs.com
Contact: Paul Williams; dsuktamworth@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk
Brief Description: Enabling access to snowsport to people with disabilities. Open full time, access to all on real snow. DSUK Tamworth group meets every second Thursday of each month. The aim of the group is to provide monthly ski sessions to disabled skiers. The group relays heavily on volunteers who help to assist skiers on the slope. Tamworth group offers the opportunity for members to ski together at Tamworth Snowdome. Times, dates and contact information can be found on our website.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Stoke Spitfires Wheelchair Basketball
Website: N/A
Contact: Alison Flower; stokespitfires@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a wheelchair basketball club playing National league Div 3 and Development Div this season. We are also actively growing our junior membership. We offer school holiday multisports clubs, with boccia and new age kurling, alongside wheelchair basketball. We are affiliated to the NGB BWB for our sport and our coaches are qualified and CRB checked, and we actively encourage professional development.
 
Club: Tamworth Amateur Boxing Club
Website: www.tamworthboxing.com
Contact: alan@tamworthboxing.com
Brief Description: Fully functional boxing club, fitness facility and education centre.
 
 
Club: Bury St Edmunds Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7wl/Contact_Us/Bury_St_Edmunds_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: First Strokes Swim School Ltd
Website: www.FirstStrokes.com
Contact: Stanway@FirstStrokes.com; HeadOffice@firststrokes.com
Brief Description: First Strokes Swim Schools is an award-winning swim school. Using our own purpose-built teaching pools and other private pools, we aim for the highest standards in teaching, staff and facilities.
 
Club: Ipswich Borough Council Sport
Websitewww.ipswich.gov.uk/sport
Contact: Nicki Mayhew; nicki.mayhew@ipswich.gov.uk
Brief Description: Memberships with no joining fee or minimum contract plus pay per visit options. Four gyms, two pools, four sports centres, 102 weekly fitness classes, racket sports, sauna / steam room, children's school holiday programme, swimming lessons, mass participation sports events and park-runs.
 
Club: Ipswich Croquet Club
Websitehttp://www.ipswichcroquetclub.com/
Contact: Martin French; enquiries@ipswichcroquetclub.com
Brief Description: First formed in 1908, we moved in 2012 to Fynn Valley Golf Club, on the northern outskirts of Ipswich, Suffolk. We have two lawns, a lovely setting, parking beside the lawns, our own croquet pavilion, a golf clubhouse just 70m away with hot and cold food and drink available throughout the day, as well as toilets and changing rooms. Our core season in April till mid October, though we continue to play when the weather is pleasant during the rest of the year too. We have more than doubled our membership in 2012 at our new venue - come and try it! Croquet is played at more than 170 clubs in England, and can be played for fun or seriously at all levels up to international. Men and women play equally, alongside each other in the same events. Ipswich Croquet Club has a majority of fun or social players, but also has a number of regular tournament players, including a few GB internationals. Our membership is about 50:50 men and women. Coaching is available for complete beginners through to experts, in both the main forms of the game.
 
Club: Mildenhall Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7x4/Tae_Kwon-Do/Mildenhall_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Newmarket Tae Kwon Do School
Websitehttp://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r7x7/Tae_Kwon-Do/Newmarket_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Suffolk Disabled Anglers Forum
Websitehttp://sdaf.onesuffolk.net/
Contact: Ian Wood or Terry Reynolds; sdaf.iw@gmail.com
Brief Description: SDAF brings angling to all but focuses on disadvantaged groups, with the aim of helping them to become socially included. We encourage all ages to have a go. Our aims are: Exclude no one, Make learning fun, and Give everyone the chance to get to know and love the environment. We are a registered charity and have experencied anglers and qualified coaches to help you enjoy your day.
 
Club: THE CHARIOTEERS WHEELCHAIR FOOTBALL CLUB
Website: www.icwfc.co.uk
Contact: Claire; ipswich.charioteers@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: We are the only wheelchair football club in Suffolk based in Ipswich. we are open to all wheelchair users. Charity number: 1129981.
 
Club: The Woolpack Bowls Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Steve Henley; henleysteve@btinternet.com
Brief Description: A bowls club that puts more importance on social activity than results best sums up our club. We play league games on a Thursday and have club nights on a Monday and Tuesday. This club is ideal for beginners and social minded sportspeople. Our green is in Christchurch Park and our club house is the Woolpack Pub.
 
Club: TJS-SNOOKERBILITY
Website: N/A
Contact: Tim Squires; timsquires@sky.com
Brief Description: A snooker group in Suffolk for people with special needs. Set up and run by Tim Squires, a World Snooker Coach. Sessions every Tuesday, AM & PM. Trips to live snooker events and competitions for this group. Contact Tim on 07944922869 for more info.
 
 
Club: Be Cool Running
Website: https://www.facebook.com/BeCoolRunning
Contact: Beatrice Schaer; beaschaer@becoolrunning.co.uk
Brief Description: Be Cool Running is a beginners and improvers running group currently organizing two runs per week in the Croydon area. A friendly and welcoming group of runners of varying abilities - from complete beginners to some runners who have recently finished their first 10k. The group is led by a runner and triathlete who started running herself only four years ago and has since decided to achieve a Running Leader / Coach qualification (via UK Athletics) to pass on her passion for the sport. Individual sessions and small group sessions can be organized as well.
 
Club: Combat Company
Website: http://www.combatcompany.co.uk
Contact: David Jenkins; info@combatcompany.co.uk
Brief Description:
The Combat Company has been open since 2006 and has consistently produced world class talent in Kickboxing ever since, including World Champions Alex Kennedy, Helen Bannan and Helena Martin. In 2010, the Combat Company began teaching Mixed Martial Arts and now boasts a complete Combat Sports program including Kickboxing, K1, Boxing, Wrestling, Judo and Brazilian Ju-Jitsu in addition to more traditional styles such as Karate and Kung Fu. We teach children aged 4-6 (Lil Dragons), 7-13 and 14+, with new beginners starting every week and new champions crowned every year! Our studio is atop Richmond Train Station and as such is not wheelchair accessible, but we are a deaf-friendly club and keen to do more for the local community!
 
Club: Dive Ability
Website: ww.diveability.com
Contact: Andy Woods; trydives@btinternet.com
Brief Description: We started as a club which helped people with disabilities to learn to scuba dive as well as teaching able bodied people to dive, and have now become a registered charity. We meet for pool sessions (try dives) every second Saturday each month at Lord Wandsworth College, Long Sutton (near Odiham) in Hampshire. We also arrange group diving holidays, where we have a mix of able bodied divers and divers with disabilities. We take both able bodied and people with disabilities, as we believe it helps to integrate divers of all abilities. Check out our website for more details: www.diveability.com We believe in 'Breaking Down Barriers With Bubbles'. If you fancy a try dive in the pool, contact our diving officer: Andy Woods on: 07721890058 and book a try dive with us. NB: Please advise Andy of your level of disability, as he will need to make sure we have the appropriate number of helpers plus the instructor in order to properly look after you. We have a hoist to lift wheelchair users from their chair to the pool and the poolside is accessible to wheelchairs. During the session, volunteer instructors and helpers will teach you the basics of Scuba Diving and then let you experience swimming underwater and becoming effectively weightless as we make you 'neutrally bouyant'. We supply all the diving equipment for the session, all you need to bring is swimming gear and a towel etc. We actively encourage family members / carers to have a go as well, as it means that it can be a family activity.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Pin Point Tennis Team
Website: www.pinpointtennisteam.co.uk
Contact: Gemma Wiltshire; pinpointtennisteam@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a coaching team providing tennis opportunities for all with our range of venues and groups. Our lessons run at Farnham Recreation Ground, Farnham Sports Centre, Ash Tennis Club, Farnham Memorial Hall and Folly Hill School. Pin Point Tennis Team provides lessons for people of all ages and abilities and are pleased to announce that our Wheelchair Tennis Lessons will be continuing. Our Groups include: Under 8's Red Level; 8 to 9 year-olds Orange Level; 10 to 16 year-olds Juniors; Adults; Wheelchair Tennis and Schools Tennis.
 
Club: Pin Point Tennis Team
Website: www.pinpointtennisteam.co.uk
Contact: Gemma; pinpointtennisteam@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: Our primary objective is to enable people to enjoy their tennis and to be able to achieve their full potential. We encourage good behaviour, fair play and sportsmanship. We run lessons for players of all ages and abilities at venues in and around Farnham, Surrey: Hale Recreation Ground, Farnham Sports Centre, Ash Tennis Club, Farnham Memorial Hall and Folly Hill School. Our coaches are fully qualified tennis coaches with experience in coaching players with disabilities, especially wheelchair players.
 
Club: Rushmoor Mallards
Websitewww.rushmoormallards.org.uk
Contact: Chris Wren; secretary@rushmoormallards.org.uk
Brief Description: A broad range of sporting activities are arranged for the benefit of members. Friday evening ‘dry sports’ sessions include (but are not limited to) football, trampolining, bowls, table tennis, badminton and new age curling. Sunday lunchtime swimming sessions with coaching are available on an ad-hoc basis. Both the ‘dry sports’ and swimming sessions take place at the Farnborough Leisure Centre. The club has a range of specialist equipment to enable members to participate in sport. Each year, an inter-club dry-sports Games and a Swimming Gala are arranged. Mallards members are also encouraged to participate in other local games, galas and bowling competitions. The Rushmoor Mallards also has an affiliated wheelchair basketball team. Wherever possible, links will be encouraged with other organisations to help and guide any individuals looking to achieve a higher level in sport in order to help them to reach their full potential. The Rushmoor Mallards provide a range of sporting and recreational activities for people with any impairment of any age from toddlers to pensioners, together with their families and friends.
 
 
 
Club: Cyclists Fighting Cancer
Website: www.cyclistsfc.org.uk
Contact: Camilla Harrison; info@cyclistsfc.org.uk
Brief Description: CFC gives new bikes, tandems and specially adapted trikes to children and young people who have been affected by cancer in the UK. Cycling is the best form of rehabilitative exercise, our bikes and trikes have a remarkable effect on the physical and mental health of this special population. CFC is a registered charity, totally funded by donations. Over the past five years, it's given over 1,000 bikes and trikes to children.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Old Silhillians Hockey Club
Contact: Stephen Tabb; stephentabb@hotmail.com
Brief Description: ClubMark accredited, one of the leading hockey clubs in England for governance and community engagement (recognised by England Hockey in their annual awards). We have a flourishing Juniors section and seven adult teams (male and female). We are just about to start working with Access Sport, England Hockey and Forest Flyerz to look into how we can offer disabled hockey.
 
Club: Snow Buddies UK
Contact: Andy Winspeare; snowbuddiesuk@gmail.com
Brief Description: Snow Buddies UK is a registered charity that supports Disabled Skiers and Snowboarders who can ski but need help to travel and ski outside of the UK. We are always looking for good skiers and snowboarders to act as buddies to accompany disabled skiers on the mountains of Europe and ski outside of the UK.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Midlands Sailing Club
Website: www.midlandsailingclub.org.uk
Contact: The Membership Secretary; membership@midlandsailingclub.org.uk
Brief Description: Midland Sailing Club prides itself on being family-friendly, approachable and welcoming to visitors and new members. We sail on Edgbaston Reservoir, a local nature reserve, just a mile from Birmingham City Centre. To make it easier for you to get started in the sport, the club offers the RYA beginners' courses - Start Sailing, Basic Skills and Better Sailing - and a year's membership and club boat hire as a special package. This represents a considerable saving over individual costs. Sailing is not an expensive sport! For 2015, membership of Midland Sailing Club costs adults just £14.50 a month, students pay £6.75 and juniors £3.25. And you don't need to buy your own boat! The club has a fleet of boats that are available to members to use. Midland Sailing Club is a RYA Training Centre. We run RYA courses for beginners and for improvers, adults and juniors. Midland's Active Junior Squad meets every Saturday morning throughout the year and sails Optimists, Toppers, Feva XLs and Lasers. We offer training for absolute beginners and coaching for improvers through to committed racers. Club racing takes place every Saturday afternoon all year-round, and every Wednesday evening in the summer. If you have never raced, we will help you get started with our courses and coaching. We organise Sunday sailing in the summer months which enables people to practice their skills, cruise or just spend time having fun on the water in a safe, relaxed way.
 
Club: Solihull Sports and Social Club
Website: www.solihullsportsandsocialclub.co.uk
Contact: Adam Lawrence; solihullsportsandsocialclub@gmail.com
Brief Description: A members' club that encourages sport and social activities and has an open door to potential new members, families and guests who want to visit and see what we have to offer. We're tucked away in Brick Kiln Lane off Widney Lane, and have been around for over forty years. Over time,  we have developed into a social club that is used and managed by its members from the local community. We are open to all who are interested in sport and social activities. There are no restrictions to membership and the club is reliant on the wide network of members for support, with no ties to local authorities or local businesses. We actively seek sponsorship for our sport and social events and run our organisation independently on behalf of the membership and the communities that support us. If you visit us and like what you see, then you are welcome to join as a member, when you'll be able to use the full facilities (as will your family and occasional social guests). We have a wide range of sports on offer (for all ages), from lawn bowls on a superb green, competitive league teams in the cricket section and thriving snooker and darts teams. There is friendly rivalry at the competition level and very social participation in all the other activities. The choice to participate in activities or relax and watch or just have a quiet drink in the bar lounge is entirely the ethos of the club approach. Fees for club membership are displayed on the club's website.
 
Club: StayActiv
Website: N/A
Contact: Jesse Callaghan; jesse.stayactiv@btinternet.com
Brief Description: StayActiv facilitates exercise and movement for older people and the disabled within the community. The classes are run by Jesse, who's a qualified EXTEND teacher. The classes cater for all abilities, and the aim is to provide an environment that promotes an opportunity to have fun exercising and moving to some great music, as well as meeting some fantastic people ... Come along - give us a try, you'll meet some wonderful people and will reap the benefits of exercising to fabulous music! My contact details are 0121 323 4198. If I'm unavailable, please leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Many thanks.
 
Club: The University of Birmingham Volleyball Club
Websitewww.ubvc.co.uk
Contact: Graham Fowler; info@ubvc.co.uk
Brief Description: The club aims to increase participation in the sport of volleyball at all levels of ability within the City of Birmingham and surrounding areas. The club also runs sitting volleyball sessions which are specifically aimed for disabled individuals, although anyone is welcome to attend.
 
Club: West Midlands Wheelchair Basketball
Website: N/A
Contact: Alison Flower; westmidsass@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: Regional Association affiliated to our NGB, we aim to encourage clubs to grow and provide an outlet for all to play and develop at their own pace.
 
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Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Southwick Hockey Club
Website: http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/southwickhockeyclub/
Contact: Saul Mumford; southwickhockeypress@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Small, friendly hockey team in Sussex - we have four men's teams, two ladies' sides and a juniors' team. Happy to take on beginners, those coming back to the game or those new to the area.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: West Yorkshire Dragons Goalball Club
Websitewww.dragonsgoalball.weebly.com
Contact: Kathryn Fielding; kathryn@achievepotentials.co.uk
Brief Description: Goalball is a Paralympic sport for blind and partially sighted people but domestically anybody can play as everybody is required to wear eye shades so nobody can see. We train on alternate Sundays from 2pm to 5pm at Armley Leisure Centre in Leeds.
 
 
Club: Aero Badminton Club / Aero Juniors Badminton Club
Websitewww.aerobc.com
Contact: Mr David Preston; aerobc@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Aero Badminton Club is striving to become Wiltshire's most inclusive badminton club. We are a Club Mark / Club Future Club, and operate in three venues in two towns, have links to three schools, run an after school club, and have recently won funding to develop a disabled badminton session in Wiltshire. Aero BC is also working on a joint project with the National Autistics Society called 'Badmintism,' bringing vunerable young adults with autistic spectrum disorders into sport. Aero BC is a large yet friendly club where everyone is welcome. Aero BC is also a partner of Wiltshire Council's innovative time credits scheme, whereby volunteers earn time credits for every hour they volunteer within the club, and can then spend these credits in local attractions and other sports. Aero BC is one of only five badminton clubs in Wiltshire to have Club Mark, one of only 10 in England / Wales to have inclusive status for disabled clubs, and one of only 30 in the UK to have been selected by Badminton England to develop its Club Evolution project (the only such club in Wiltshire).
 
Club: Chippenham Mountaineering Club
Websitehttp://www.meetup.com/ChippenhamMCAdventure/
Contact: Mr David Preston; chippenham_mountaineeringclub@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Chippenham Mountaineering Club started operations in September 2012. The club has been three years in the making and has had funding to develop an indoor climbing course with equipment provided for newcomers to climbing, and has opened up an unused indoor climbing wall in Chippenham for adults. The club also runs a number of hill walking events, and is planning to expand to offer classic mountaineering (summer and winter and ski), ice climbing, orienteering, mountain biking, scrambling / bouldering, rock climbing, camping, skiing / snowboarding, navigation and caving to local enthusiastic members. The club has links to other sports clubs, with the view of offering multi-activity weekend breaks. The club is unique in having access to its own climbing wall, which has two overhangs, 17 routes of various grades, as well as access to local climbing walls at other centres. We only accept members who are 18 and over for insurance reasons. We do not instruct members, but buy in instructors to provide courses for the benefit of new climbers / mountain leaders.
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Five Rivers Indoor Bowls Club
Websitewww.fiveriversibc.co.uk
Contact: Anne; aclason@btinternet.com
Brief Description: A four rink indoor bowls club in Tollgate Road adjacent to the snooker club. Open daily from 9.00am to 10.30pm from September to April, and Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9.00am to 11.30am fromApril to September. Members play league, friendlies and club / national competitions. Wheelchair  and other handicapped members encouraged to participate in all aspects of the sport. Any interested person can have a one hour introductory session and three coaching sessions before joining. Equipment is provided for these sessions.
 
Club: WILTSHIRE WILDCATS WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL CLUB
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wiltshire-Wildcats-Wheelchair-Basketball-Club/197848843599983?sk=info
Contact: LORRAINE NORMAN; wildcatswbb@live.co.uk
Brief Description: Wiltshire Wildcats Wheelchair Basketball Club was founded in 2009 by a group of mothers, who wanted to provide their disabled children with a regular opportunity to play sport. Three years on, the club is a self-sustaining group which trains at Tidworth Leisure Centre every Saturday from 2pm to 4pm during term time. Sessions are mainly aimed at young people from aged eight upwards, yet we encourage those aged 18+ to help with the coaching. Players build up their wheelchair handling, passing and shooting skills through fun games and activities. Sessions always finish with a game to practise all the skills learnt. Participants don’t have to be wheelchair users to play; we welcome those keen to play from all backgrounds of disability, including those with learning difficulties. Siblings are always welcome to join in as this makes it truly inclusive and particularly competitive! In 2010, the work of the club in providing sport for young disabled people and their siblings was recognised,when we were given the ‘Most Inclusive Club’ award at the Wiltshire and Swindon Sports Awards. In late 2011, five players, who started playing wheelchair basketball with the club, were selected to represent the South West Regional Team at the National Championships. As skill increases we can often signpost young players to other more competitive regional clubs to further their ability and so they can experience a greater level of competition. Everyone can enjoy this fast-paced and exciting Paralympic sport. As the only club in Wiltshire/hampshire,of its type, this is a fantastic opportunity for local children with a disability to experience team work and gain in self confidence. Both parents and children benefit from the support of being part of the club family. At present, most parents are taking an active role in helping to advertise and promote the Wiltshire Wildcats. Making the public aware of our club is paramount to its sustainability and future development. It will also  ensure that children and the wider community have the opportunity to experience a wheelchair sport. One club member has said the club has enabled them to find an interest, develop  skills and confidence. Another has said he has finally achevied something and is very proud. A further member is quoted as saying "I look forward to basketball every week". Many parents have agreed that we have found and filled a gap in providing disabled children the opportunity to play a wheelchair sport in a safe environment where their level of ability is not an issue.
 
 
Club: EXTEND Exercise
Websitehttp://www.extend.org.uk
Contact: Ruth Griffiths; admin@extend.org.uk
Brief Description: EXTEND provides gentle exercise to music for older people and for anyone of any age with a disability. Our mission is to promote health, increase mobility and independence, improve strength, co-ordination and balance and to counteract loneliness and isolation. EXTEND has over 800 teachers across the country. Exercise can be provided in a variety of settings: e.g. via a group social rather than in a gym or fitness centre. Details of our classes and training can be found on our website.
 
Club: Fit4Less Redditch
Websitewww.f4l.com/redditch
Contact: Sundaresen Rungasamy; sundaresen.rungasamy@f4l.com
Brief Description: Fit4Less Redditch is a fitness club managed by people passionate about health and fitness and who believe that sport should be accessible to everyone! All our staff are very into fitness! We cater for the community. We have members with all kind of challenges, even with light mobility. The club can be accessed with a wheelchair. We are looking to work with people who have mental problems to help to get them back on track. Sport has no frontiers and knows no colour.
 
Club: Stourport Sports Club
Website: http://www.stourportsportsclub.co.uk/
Contact: Sarah Jennings; info@stourportsportsclub.co.uk
Brief Description: Stourport Sports Club offers the opportunity of first class sports facilities to all its members and the whole community. With a top of the range cycle circuit, athletics track, three artificial surfaces suitable for hockey and football, indoor and outdoor netball and tennis facilities, Stourport Sports Club really is a place for the whole family to come and enjoy their sport together. As well as the sports facilities we also offer a pleasant surrounding to socialize, meet friends and family. We have a Sports Bar with Sky TV as well as a function room that can be booked for a range of events from Christenings and Weddings through to 80th birthday parties and keep fit classes. Whatever your event, we can cater for you. For corporate bookings, we also have a meeting room available for hire or for larger conferences the Phoenix Suite may be more suitable.