Disability multi-sports Cambridgeshire
Active & Able Multi-Sports Clubs, Huntingdon & St Neots
These multi-sport clubs for young people with SEND aged 14+, run at One Leisure in Huntington during term-time (Thursday 11am-12noon) and at St Neots (Friday 11am-12noon). And offer a variety of sports such as volleyball, badminton, tennis, football, the sessiions also offer a bouncy castle.
Sessions cost £2.50.
For more Information contact Paul Ashbridge on 01480 388842 or email email@example.com
Upside Down Club: multi-sports for school age wheelchair users
The club has regular monthly sessions from 10.15am to noon on the first Saturday of the month at One Leisure, Leisure Centre, St Ives, Cambridgeshire.
CADMuS Club -multi sports on Saturdays
Sports-mad youngsters aged 15-plus in your family? Then CADMuS Club on Saturdays 10-12 at the impressive University of Cambridge Sports Centre could be perfect. Inclusive and disability-specific sports for young people and adults including football, cricket, basketball, sitting volleyball, goalball, boccia, tennis, table tennis, table cricket, dance, Thai chi and more. Half-hour gym sessions too. Visit the Club website
Welcome 2 Our World Sports Club at Wisbech
Fenland family support group Welcome 2 Our World run these fortnightly Saturday family fun sessions at the New Vision Fitness Centre, (also known and signposted as The Hudson Centre) Wisbech PE13 1RL. Open to all families who have a child/young adult with a special education need and/or a disability to come along and take part – siblings can take part too. Fun sporting activities have been adapted to suit all abilities and include trampolining, cricket, badminton, relay races, rounders, hockey, football, sitting volleyball, swimming and clubercise. A sensory room and soft play area are available at every session.
- May 14 4-6 pm: Swimming, soft pay and sensory room
- May 28 4-6 pm: VIP Open Day (see latest news) with team games, soft play and sensory room
- June 114-6 pm: Swimming, soft play and sensory room
- June 25 4-6 pm: Trampoline, sensory room and soft play
Other dates are to be arranged.
Each session costs just £6.00 for the first child, £1.00 per sibling and free for adults.
The project is being delivered in partnership with Living Sport and supported by Comic Relief local communities funding via Cambridgeshire Community Foundation. The cost is £6 for every child with a Special Education Needs or Disability and £1 for every sibling. Parents go free.
SportWorks at Ely, Huntingdon, Cambridge and Wisbech
Sport Works clubs for children and young people with additional needs and disabilities run at Ely, Wisbech, Cambridge and Huntingdon. Some families use their personal budgets to pay for the sessions, but clubs are open to children without PBs. To find out more about Sport Works activities parents can contact Darren or Sally at Sport Works. You can do this by telephone 01638 596522 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Vivacity at Peterborough
Enjoy a range of fully inclusive sports and exercise opportunities in a safe, structured and friendly environment. Our fun sessions are for people with sensory, learning or physical disabilities, long-term health or mental health conditions and those on the autism spectrum.
T: 01733 863 783 E: email@example.com
Family Stay and Play Session, Wisbech
Saturdays 10.30am – 12.30pm at the Queen Mary Centre, PE13 2PE
Sports coaching in the gym to teach rugby, cricket, football and other skills to help motor skills, co-ordination, spatial awareness etc. The coaches are used to working with children and young people of all ages with an additional need. The adjoining youth suite offers crafts, snooker, PlayStation and refreshments, etc. Allactivities (bar the youth clubs) are free to families with a child/young person with an additional need, disability or a life-limiting condition. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or for a chat.