Upcoming UK Disability Sports Events!




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Northampton: DISC Summer Gala

The Disability Inclusive Sports Club (DISC) are running a free Summer Gala day event for disabled people and their family at Ferney Fields Sports Club in Northampton on Sunday 28th June 2 – 5 pm.

There will be lots for all attendees to do at the event including sports taster sessions in Archery, Bowls, Football and Golf provided by qualified coaches from local clubs. Refreshments will also be available to re-fuel people after their sporting exertions.

To find out more details about the event and to reserve places for it please contact Mark Flaxman either by phone on 07811 371569, or email info@sport4fitness.co.uk.

Where: Fernie Fields Sport and Social Club, Moulton Park, Northampton, Northamptonshire, NN3 7DB

Cost: Free


Lincoln: BowlStart Taster Day

Cerebral Palsy Sport are running a BowlStart taster day for children and adults to take part in bowls.

This new opportunity will be open to players of all ability levels with Cerebral Palsy and other physical disabilities, either as a first step into Bowls or an additional playing opportunity. This opportunity is being developed in partnership with Lincoln Indoor Bowls Club Lincolnshire Sport and the Bowls Development Alliance.

Our aim is to get more players with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities enjoying the game, and this event is a great opportunity to give it a try.

If you wish to take part in this event please visit the Cerebral Palsy Sport websitefor more information and complete the registration form.

Any queries please contact Ed Pearse, National Bowls Development Officer on 0115 925 7027 or email: Ed Pearse.

Time: 1.00pm – 3.00pm

Where: Lincoln Indoor Bowls Club, Hall Drive , Lincoln, LN6 7SW

Cost: Free


Wrexham: Learning Disability Tennis Camp

The Tennis Foundation are running a number of subsidised tennis camps nationwide in 2015. Where Licensed coaches will introduce you to the basics of the game, provide equipment for you to use and give you information on where you can continue to play locally.

Tennis is a sport that can be adapted to suit any ability. Whether you want to develop your skills and play competitively, or just want to have fun with friends and family. The learning disability tennis camps take place over two days with accommodation provided at discounted prices and equipment provided.

Tennis coaches will take you through a day of fun activities where you can learn the basics of the game, play informal competitions and have fun. If you’ve got bags of talent, you might even catch the eye of LTA Talent ID Team!

For more information about this learning disability tennis camp and to book a place online click here to visit The Tennis Foundation website.

Time: TBC

Where: Wrexham Tennis Centre, Plas Coch Road, Wrexham, LL11 2BW

When: Saturday 4 July and Sunday 5 July



Sheffield: CP Sport Race running taster day

Cerebral Palsy Sport, the leading disability sports organisation supporting people with cerebral palsy, is hosting a SportStart Racerunning taster day on Sunday 5 July at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.

RaceRunning is a new sport in England being piloted by Cerebral Palsy Sport. It is for children, young people and adults who cannot functionally run and rely on sports aids for mobility and balance.

This event is kindly supported by Sport England and Children in Need.

For more information about this event please click here or contact Katy Johnson, National Athletics Development Officer:

  • Contact Telephone: 0115 925 7027
  • Contact email: Katy Johnson

Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm

Where: English Institute of Sport, Coleridge Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S9 5DA

Cost: Free


Check out the following link for even more events – http://www.efds.co.uk/events/p2


Source: English Federation of Disability



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