We welcome blind and partially sighted swimmers into our Learn-to-Swim programme and our squad training.
Aberdeen ASC is a swimming club based in Aberdeen. We provide swimming lessons to children from 4 years old. Once swimmers complete the learn to swim programme, there is the opportunity to progress to competitive swimming, fitness swimming and lifesaving.
At Aberdeen Indoor Bowling Club we welcome any type of disability to come along to our club and try out indoor bowling. As well as bowling you can get involved in the social side. Come along to our Coffee Shop or come in and have a nice meal in our restaurant, then relax in the club bar for a few drinks. The choice is yours. We have a small group of blind and partially blind players who meet each week for a fun game.
The mission of Achilles International is to empower people with all types of disabilities to participate in mainstream running events in order to promote personal achievement. While our programs focus on running, the truth is, running is simply the tool for accomplishing our main objective: to bring hope, inspiration and the joys of achievement to all. During Winter months, we hold sessions on a track at Paddington Recreation Ground and for the rest of the year, we meet in Hyde Park. All sessions are free of charge and suitable for all abilities. Guide runners are provided to all VI runners and a meet and greet is available from the underground station.
Designed for disabled and able bodied modern martial artists. Adults Thursdays, 7.30 to 9.30pm. Kids Saturday 9.30 to 10.30
We are a disability friendly charity, that runs paraclimbing classes for children. We also run adult sessions on demand. We run regular sessions for visually impaired charities such as Hemshaw's.
Gymnastics classes for all ages and abilities, classes running Monday to Saturday.
Altrincham Target Sports has received some funding towards the purchase of visually impaired (acoustic) shooting equipment and would like to form a VI section - the club is in the early stages of this new development and would be interested to hear from anyone wishing to try shooting
Amlwch CC has a minimum age limit of 8 and strict conditions apply to under 16's we do not have a facility to transport equipment so parent/carers would have to transport kayaks via a roof rack. We do not provide personal canoeing clothing e.g. cagoules, wet suits, footwear etc. We paddle a variety of craft from sea kayaks, GP Kayaks and Opens ACC has the equipment for paddling i.e. paddles, buoyancy aids, spray decks but as per the above we are unable to provide personal clothing. Amlwch CC run 'Inclusive Paddling Sessions' at a local swimming pool and weather permitting at a local beach/bay details can be found on our Facebook Page prior to these sessions.