Across all of Wales
 
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: Gwent Sword Club
Contact: Carl Difford (secretary); gwentswordclub@talktalk.net
Brief Description: Fencing club in South-East Wales, specialising in foil but also have epee and sabre facilities. All abilities: raw beginners to senior internationals. Ages 11+. We aim to introduce people to fencing at a price which is affordable, then to support them to reach their full potential in the sport.
 
 
 
 
ClubPontypridd Kyokushin Karate Club
ContactAlwyn Heath; crazyal1@sky.com
Brief Description: An established Governing Body-recognised Karate club of over 36 years with classes for able bodied adults and children and special needs students. offers Governing Body-quailfied coaches and holds the Disability Wales Insport Bronze Ribbon Award for providing facilities for disabled students.
 
 
 
Club: Borth Rowing Club
Contact: Dave Reynolds; chair@borth-rowing-club.org.uk
Brief Description: Borth Rowing Club is a coastal rowing club. It was founded in 2000, and has around 30 members of all ages and abilities. We row every week in our two Celtic Longboats and our sliding seat Grebe. We enter competitions throughout the summer and always welcome new members. We coach all beginners and the coaching is provided by Qualified British Rowing Level 2 Coaches. We encourage people of all ages (from 12 to 70+) to participate. Applications for membership will be accepted from anyone over the age of 11 years. The youth age restriction on membership is due entirely to safety considerations. There is no upper age limit.
 
 
 
Club: Henllan Football Club
Contact: Chris Brown; Chrisb18meifod@talktalk.net
Brief Description: Community based football club giving opportunities to lay sport in a rural village, active since 1929.
 
 
Club: Barcer Badminton Academy
Contact: Luke Tanner; barcerba@gmail.com
Brief Description: ​Barcer Badminton Academy has been set up to help promote and develop badminton at all levels from grass roots to high performance in the North East Wales Region. The main aim is to increase player numbers participating in competitive badminton, to raise the overall standard and to help young players achieve their goals. To do this, Barcer Badminton Academy focuses on the badminton needs of schools, clubs and associations and individuals, from hands on coaching to coach education programmes and is available to assist anyone involved or wanting to be involved in badminton.
 
 
Club: Red Dragon Archers
Contact: Ian Hughes; ianh43@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Mainstream  and disabled archery club, we have some adaptive equipment, suitable for visually impaired  and  wheelchair users. The range has full disabled access and ample parking and there is a seating area that can be used by helpers / carers. More information can be found on Facebook: Red Dragon Archers.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
ClubPontypridd Kyokushin Karate Club
ContactAlwyn Heath; crazyal1@sky.com
Brief Description: An established Governing Body-recognised Karate club of over 36 years with classes for able bodied adults and children and special needs students. offers Governing Body-quailfied coaches and holds the Disability Wales Insport Bronze Ribbon Award for providing facilities for disabled students.