Starting in 1981 – Britain’s ‘Year of the Disabled’ – the Mersea Island Festival has been an annual event each August at Essex Outdoors Mersea. The Festival aims to bring together children, young people and adults with or without a physical or learning disability to take part in a wide variety of activities that challenge and stimulate, helping to build the confidence and feelings of self worth in participants. At the same time they are fun and exciting and an opportunity to make new friends.
A General Support Group
Powerchair Football is a fast paced and exciting sport which is currently being developed all over the world with increasing amounts of countries wanting to take part.
Newcastle United foundation adult Power chair football. Equipment can be provided however participants are encouraged to bring their own powerchair. Sessions cost £4.00 and take place every Thursday 5:00pm - 6:30pm.
Aged 5 to 16 4.00pm - 5.00pm
The County Disability Team are always looking for new players to join and enjoy playing cricket.
The Dorset Disability Cricket Club thank Martinstown Cricket Club for their continuing support and use of their ground.
The Aurora Group is proud to sponsor the Dorset County Disability Team.
Nurturing Positive Outcomes through Education and Care for Children,
Young People and Adults with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
The Yorkshire Terriers Physical and Learning Disability Team was set up to provide opportunities for those with a disability to get involved in cricket. We currently have two squads (super 9.s Incrediball) and (d40 Hardball) who will be participating in their respective national leagues for season 2015.
If you are thinking of trying a sport or are an experienced cricketer who would like to try and play representative cricket for yorkshire, the north and possibly england then please get in touch. we have something for everbody.
The club caters for everyone, including those that are registered disabled, and has specially adapted canoes and kayaks if the paddler is unable to use a standard boat.
The club focuses on each individual's abilities with one-to-one and, if needed, two-to-one coaching to help the paddler achieve their goals.
Paddle-Ability paddlers can enter sprint and marathon races and represent Great Britain in the Team GB Paracanoe Squad.
Norwich Stroke Survivors’ Club was started in 2013 by David Orr who was a member of the original Stroke Association Communications Group. This Group was started many years ago under the auspices of the Stroke Association as a Communications Group. Unfortunately, in 2013, all outside funding was withdrawn from the Group but, as a result of very hard work by David, it became The Norwich Stroke Survivors’ Club and is now a registered charity.
The group is open to survivors and their carers/ loved ones and for those who have been affected by a friend or family member who has suffered a stroke.
We aim to support stroke survivors through their recovery, with the hope that we can help and support them to come to terms with physical and emotional changes as well as significant lifestyle adjustments.
We meet at the coffee bar at the Forum Norwich between 12noon and 1pm for coffee cake, peer support, chat, advice and a bit of fun together.