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Sport: Football
Lancing, United Kingdom

Albion in the Community runs a weekly football session for adults with cerebral palsy. It takes place at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre in Lancing on Monday nights between 8pm and 9.30pm.

The official charity of Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Albion in the Community has been running football sessions for people with a disability since 1997. It is now the area’s largest provider of football for people with a disability, giving more people than ever the chance to take part in both fun and competitive sport.

The charity runs mixed disability sessions which are fully inclusive and open to anyone with a disability, as well as a growing number of disability-specific sessions throughout Sussex. Each session is run by qualified coaches, each with experience of working with people who have a disability.

For more details on the charity’s local sessions and how to get involved call 01273 668590 or email: disability@albioninthecommunity.org.uk.

Sport: Boccia
Redhill, United Kingdom

Children and adults of all ages with additional needs or disabilities can enjoy the world of the Paralympic sport of Boccia with YMCA East Surrey.

Boccia is similar to Bowls, and is a sport played in over 40 countries worldwide. Unlike Bowls, this is not a sedentary game for the retired – regular players take the game very seriously and become highly competitive, which guarantees a lively and exciting game for both players and audience alike!

As Boccia is played from a seated position it is an ideal sport for players in wheelchairs but is enjoyed by players of all ages and abilities.

Boccia is a social and interactive game where participants can develop their team work and hand/eye coordination skills. We do ask that participants are supported throughout the session by a parent or carer.

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Sport: Football
Lancing, United Kingdom

Albion in the Community runs a weekly football session for adult amputees. It takes place at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre in Lancing on Monday nights between 8pm and 9.30pm.

The official charity of Brighton & Hove Albion FC, Albion in the Community has been running football sessions for people with a disability since 1997. It is now the area’s largest provider of football for people with a disability, giving more people than ever the chance to take part in both fun and competitive sport.

The charity runs mixed disability sessions which are fully inclusive and open to anyone with a disability, as well as a growing number of disability-specific sessions throughout Sussex. Each session is run by qualified coaches, each with experience of working with people who have a disability.

For more details on the charity’s local sessions and how to get involved call 01273 668590 or email: disability@albioninthecommunity.org.uk.

Sport: Basketball, Wheelchair Basketball
Southampton , United Kingdom

Regional Skills Camps are a wonderful way to introduce new young players to the incredible team sport of wheelchair basketball. The Skills Camps will also support and develop the playing skills of current club juniors.
The Skills Camps are fun, exciting and packed full of wheelchair basketball. Our friendly coaches will lead the sessions which will include a skills focus and game play, as well as Glow in the Dark wheelchair basketball. All attendees will experience a competitive game environment during their attendance at a Skills Camp.
The South East Regional Skills Camp is a great event for junior players to meet other young players who share their passion for wheelchair basketball.
Older juniors (13-19 years old) will also have the chance to develop their broader skills regarding officiating and running a wheelchair basketball event by taking part in our Young Activators' Award.

Sport: Wheelchair Basketball
Louth, United Kingdom

A fun hobby club that is open to all ages and abilities. It is an inclusive session where everybody will mix together and the main focus is on having fun while learning something new and also doing exercise.

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Sport: Cricket
London , United Kingdom

Middlesex Super1s cricket hub for players with a disability between the ages of 12-24 years old please contact Michael Wilson at Michael.wilson@middlesexccc.com for more details.

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Sport: Cricket
London , United Kingdom

Middlesex Super1s cricket hub for players with a disability between the ages of 12-24 years old please contact Michael Wilson at Michael.wilson@middlesexccc.com for more details.

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Sport: Cricket
London , United Kingdom

Middlesex Super1s cricket hub for players with a disability between the ages of 12-24 years old please contact Michael Wilson at Michael.wilson@middlesexccc.com for more details.

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Sport: Cricket
London , United Kingdom

Middlesex Super1s cricket hub for players with a disability between the ages of 12-24 years old please contact Michael Wilson at Michael.wilson@middlesexccc.com for more details.

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Sport: Cricket
London , United Kingdom

Middlesex Super1s cricket hub for players with a disability between the ages of 12-24 years old please contact Michael Wilson at Michael.wilson@middlesexccc.com for more details.

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