We are a disabled darts league in Essex.
We hold weekly darts matches - see details below.
Please get in touch if you'd like anymore information.
Plymouth Disability Darts League is open to all disabilities, carers are also encouraged to get involved.
It's not about winning or loosing it's about enjoying the game, getting out, socialising, meeting new friends, playing darts & having fun!
So come & have ago!
There will be two darts tournaments held one on Friday the 6th and one on Saturday the 7th for disabled darts players.
Please head to our website or get in contact for more details.
We offer a variety of different adaptive sports & activities, suitable for all abilities. Some are short day sessions, others are weekend or 7 day residential camps. Further info on our website.
Wheelchair Cricket is a new concept and we are looking for people who may be interested in attend a 'have a go' event. We will have a number of these events set up after the lock-down restrictions have been lifted. Just let us have your details via our 'contact us page on www.ukwheelchaircricket.com
Moseley Road Baths is a heritage Grade 2* listed swimming baths at the centre of Balsall Heath life. For the last 2 years, it has been run by a community charity which has reinvigorated the pool, doubled the number of sessions and availability, and substantially increased swimmer numbers
We offer swimming sessions for the disabled, the elderly, mental health users and will shortly extend to this to a dementia friendly hour. Changing rooms are adjacent to the pool, facilitating straightforward access (with hoist whenever required) and the water is said to be warmer than most Birmingham pools! Carers are very welcome either to swim or to relax out of the pool. And our customers can follow up their swimming with chat and conversation in our tea room.
So come along, enjoy the health benefits of swimming in a unique setting and the company of fellow swimmers. Keep swimming!
Our sound ball tennis sessions,which are open to all ages and sporting abilities, are fun way to improve fitness and well being whilst giving our members the opportunity to make new friends.
Visually impaired / sound ball tennis is an adapted from the full court version of tennis and uses a smaller court marked out with lower nets and tactile lines, and an audible ball so players can hear it bounce. Depending on a player’s degree of sight loss they may have between one and three bounces of the ball before returning it back to their opponent
Metro runs four tennis sessions, per month at the Islington Tennis Centre. The sessions are run by three of our members who have qualified as Lawn Tennis Association coaches, we also engage a professional coach for two of these sessions.
Whilst most of our members play for fun some of our more competitive players are given opportunities to train and to partake in local, regional and national competitions including the METRO Tennis Tournament and Tennis Foundation’s National Visually Impaired Tennis Championships.
A be the best you possibly can - fun session- looking to sustain wellbeing, increase physical fitness and improve emotional and social wellbeing.
We provide excellent training for all ages from 8 years old for wheelchair racing at one of the biggest clubs in the world. The Weir Archer Academy was founded in 2013 by David Weir CBE and Jenny Archer MBE and boasts a number of current Team GB squad members as well as providing an environment for physical training , wellbeing and social interaction . We travel during the year to a number of organised and well ran athletics events .
We pride ourselves in being the only Charity, volunteer run Gymnastics club in Wales. We cater for everyone within Pembrokeshire with special needed and disabilities. Gymnastics training is carried out by our fantastic coaches and volunteers and we provide a fun safe environment for all. Our club is also affiliated to Special Olympics GB and encourage Gymnasts to sign up and take part in regional and national games.