Across all of Scotland
 
Club: The Wheelchair Dance Sport Association (UK)
Brief Description: We are a national body that enables individuals to particiapate in and / or run a wheelchair dance group or club in their local areas. Contact us If you want to try a new sport that is fun and lets you meet a range of new people. You can train to compete at a regional, national and international level, or just meet regularly and keep fit while doing the Waltz, Tango or may other dances. We always looking for more people to set up a local group in their area - please contact us.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club: Phoenix Aquatics
Contact: Gary Vandermeulen; garyalison50@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Swim Club with recreational  and competitive swimming, waterpolo and synchronised swimming training.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Club: West of Scotland Wheelchair Sports Club
Contact: David McWilliam; Dave.mcwilliam@live.co.uk
Brief Description: We provide an introduction to the world of wheelchair sports and are a stepping stone to wherever you want it to take you. See our website for details of when and where we train and the activities we are involved in.
 
 
Club: Edinburgh University Roller Hockey Club
Website: http://euinline.eusu.ed.ac.uk/Site/p_home.php
Contact: Joe Anderson; roller.hockey@ed.ac.uk
Brief Description: We are a student and alumni roller hockey club who compete in the Scottish Universities Roller Hockey League. Edinburgh have come in the top two of the leagues consistently for years and hope to achieve the same this coming season. Beginners are more than welcome and we have kit to lend if needed. If you wish to come a long for a training session they are 6 - 7:30 at the Jack Kane Centre. The number 30 and 2 buses go there directly from the George Square area.