Wheels For All Adapted Cycling - Colchester

Wheels For All Training gives individuals, carers and support staff the confidence to work with adapted cycles for their clients or family member so that all can enjoy the benefits of cycling in a sociable environment. We even provide the adapted cycles so everyone can get involved.

We have an assortment of different bikes available, from a wheelchair carrier, which a carer can peddle, tandems – hand cycled or peddled, to trikes for those with more independence. The thrill of getting back on a bike cannot be underestimated!

Dance for Parkinson - Oxford

High quality dance classes for people with Parkinson's, their family, friends and carers.

Spring Programme 2020 (Wesley Memorial Hall, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford)

Due to the on-going success and demand for the programme, English National Ballet and Oxford City Council are delighted to be in a position to continue running the Dance for Parkinson’s programme in Oxford.

Dancing with Parkinson's - Colchester

Exercise has shown to be very beneficial for people living with Parkinson's; to manage or potentially slow the progression of physical symptoms and to help other associated symptoms such as mental health. ​

The Dance Network Association's Dancing with Parkinson's programme offers dance and movement sessions to those with Parkinson’s Disease and their partners, friends and carers. We are proud that this programme not only delivers high-quality dance to participants but also allows their loved ones to experience it alongside them. 

Wheelchair Tennis at Ipswich Sports Club


Our Wheelchair Tennis sessions are open to anyone with a physical impairment who would like to learn new skills, get active and have fun!

Tennis is a great way to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing and can be adapted to suit everyone.

Courts, rackets, wheelchairs and balls can be adapted for all abilities. We have a limited number of Tennis-specific wheelchairs and rackets available so booking is essential; all other equipment will beprovided during the sessions.

Eastern Archers Society

The Eastern Archers Society UK, is a registered activity provider, which is governed and controlled by the Eastern Activities Group. EAS UK has been designed to provide opportunities for everyone that wish to get involved within Archery.

Since the EAS UK has begun, we have seen many children, young adult, the elderly and the disabled become more involved, and Archery taking them to better places and meeting new friends, improved their health and well-being.

Session Days & Times:

Monday     9:30am until 20.00hrs

Tuesday     9:30am until 20.00hrs

Sport For Confidence - Colchester

Sport for Confidence is a unique, pioneering and multi-award-winning organisation, which supports people who face barriers to participation to get involved in a variety of sporting activities in mainstream settings.

This unique partnership between leisure centres and local sports clubs sees occupational therapists and health professionals working directly with sports coaches and staff, to make adjustments that create truly accessible sport and leisure opportunities.

Different Strokes - Colchester

Empowering stroke survivors, their families and friends to reclaim their lives and ambitions through active support.

This exercise group is down at the

Colchester School of Gymnastics, 
Brinkley Grove Road, 

but we meet up at 12:30 at 

St Johns & Highwoods Community Centre
Highwoods Square, 

First to have lunch together, a chat and catch up, then go to the Gym where we have our own room for Stroke specific exercises.

British Wheelchair Archery - Stoke Mandeville

The British Wheelchair Archery Association is here to help promote the sport of para-archery and assists with all aspects of the sport from grassroots information to elite level training.

New archers are encouraged to join a local archery club to receive coaching and gain experience. Once the archer has their own equipment they are encouraged to attend a archery training weekend at Stoke Mandeville.

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