Across all of England
 
Club: Al Buraq Club
Website: www.alburaqclub.com
Contact: Andrea Thanni; jameela.marshall@outlook.com
Brief Description: Al Buraq Club is Britain's first equestrian club that caters to the religious market. Our sessions are ideal for religious women who dress modestly but find it impossible to ride with their dress sense, and women who generally prefer to engage in sports without men present. Our mission is to offer a range of services and products to an under-served set of customers who want to engage in horse riding without compromising their standards or religious beliefs. Al Buraq Club was created by a Muslim woman with religious women in mind. We offer our customers services that facilitate their religious requirements, such as same sex equestrian activities, prayer areas, halal food, non-alcoholic drinks etc. We respect all our members' backgrounds and focus on promoting diversity and integration of more religious and ethnic minorities into equestrianism. So why Al Buraq Club? 1. We are the only British equestrian club that cater to religious women 2. We are the only women-only equestrian club actively seeking BME women and 3. We are the only club in Britain that offer women-only equestrian sessions
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Club: Blind Sailing
Website: www.blindsailing.net
Contact: Lucy Hodges; blind.sailing@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We provide sailing for blind and partially-sighted people of all ages and all abilities across Great Britain ... from dipping your toe in the water for the first time, to racing at a World Championships or at the Paralympics. Lots of fun in a safe environment.
 
Club: SixBySix Performance
Website: www.sixbysixperformance.com
Contact: Tim Hudson; tim@sixbysixperformance.com
Brief Description: Join the UK's most innovative performance-focused lacrosse courses and springboard your performance to the next level! Come along and work not only on your on-pitch skills but also on key areas in training, athleticism, sports psychology and performance lifestyle. We support the talent pathway for girls aspiring to play lacrosse for England and have the full backing of the English Lacrosse Association. If you are aged between 13-18, and keen to improve, get in touch!
 
Club: Wired For Sport Athletics Academies
Website: http://www.wiredforsport.com
Contact: Ryan Freckleton; r.freckleton@wiredforsport.com
Brief Description: Wired For Sport is the most successful college athletics programme provided in the UK and our students have had huge International success. During 2013, our athletes (who studied in further education in tandem with receiving full-time athletics training and support) made up 20% of the GB&NI World Youth Team competing in Donetsk and they returned with half of the total medal haul. Success in both the classroom and in sport is the aim for our student athletes and 67% go on to enter higher education, 22% take additional courses in further education and 11% become employed. As we are self-funded, funds from any partnerships would have be used directly on grants and sponsorship for our athletes. We are operating as a franchise and aim to place one of our centres at further education establishments in every region.
 
 
Club: Jersey Special Gymnastics Club
Website: www.jerseyspecialgymnastics.com
Contact: Yana Vibert; yanavibert@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Gymnastics Club that caters for young people with learning disabilities.
 
 
Club: The University of Bristol Windsurfing Club
Brief Description: The University of Bristol Windsurfing Club is a student-run windsurfing club, aiming to get as many people on the water. We aim to: Run trips for all abilities; Host a national windsurfing event in Bristol providing training and racing; Provide a friendly and sociable atmosphere where members can meet like-minded people; Compete at BUCS events; Maintain records from last year of 1st advanced team racing and 1st individual advanced at the national competition; Train members to gain RYA instructor qualifications in order to maintain the longevity of the club; Promote relationships by collaborating with other watersports clubs and nearby university windsurfing teams such as Exeter, University of the West of England and Cardiff; Continue the good relationships with local Watersport centres; Raise money for charity with a sponsored windsurf event.
 
Club: University of Bristol Squash Club
Website: www.uobsquash.co.uk
Contact: Nick Bone; uob.squash@gmail.com
Brief Description: We are a friendly club offering the opportunity for players of all standards to get involved and play this fast-paced, dynamic sport. We cater for all abilities, from complete beginners, through intermediates, up to elite players.
 
Club: University of Bristol Volleyball Club
Website: http://www.facebook.com/UoBvolleyballclub
Contact: Victoria Barlow; vb0173@bristol.ac.uk
Brief Description: We are the UoB Volleyball Club with competitive men's and women's teams that play in the national leagues. We also have recreational sessions for all levels.
 
 
 
Club: Marlow Rowing Club
Website: www.marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Contact: Ed Phillips; info@marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Brief Description: Rowing and sculling training for beginners through to serious competition for ages 12 and up. In Marlow between the M4 and M40. Para-rowing, veterans, novices, learn to row - @marlow_rowing facebook.com/marlowrc
 
Club: Reading Canoe Club
Brief Description: To provide a safe and secure environment, where all people in and around the Reading and Berkshire area can try and take part in canoe and kayak sport. The club aims to provide sessions throughout the year which enable people with no experience to try the sport. The club also continues to support and develop our existing athletes, with the aim to help them achieve their potential. The Club will continue to support the governing body and the sport.
 
Club: Reading UnderWater Hockey (Octopush)
Contact: Sam Samuel; ReadingUWH@gmail.com
Brief Description: We are an UnderWater Hockey (Octopush) club, based in Reading. We are always looking for new members or other teams to play. Please don't hesitate to contact us via our website and email address.
 
Club: Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club
Website: http://www.berkshirewheelchairbasketball.co.uk/index.php
Contact: Jacqueline Scoins-Cass MBE; info@berkshirewheelchairbasketball.com
Brief Description: The Thames Valley Kings Wheelchair Basketball Club was founded in 2004; the club is runs by volunteers. The wheelchair basketball club is based at Kennet Leisure Centre, Thatcham, Berkshire, where it  caters for players aged eight and upwards, including adults who have a physical disability. All the players play in a sports wheelchair, completing training sessions and competing in friendly and competitive matches. The club also offers the opportunity for volunteers to help within the sessions to assist the players to participate in the sport. Many of the current volunteers are working towards awards such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
 
 
Club: All Star Activities
Website: www.allstaractivities.co.uk
Contact: Rachael Hawkins; info@allstaractivities.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a company set up with a goal of offering children and young people exciting alternative sporting activities with the aim of inspiring them through physical activity and alternative sports. We are passionate about teaching children and young people skills such as creative thinking, independent learning, teamwork and increased confidence through the delivery of our dynamic and exciting alternative sports. Most importantly we make sure that FUN and ENJOYMENT are at the top of our list! We offer a range of unique and exciting activities such as Kin Ball, Goalball, Rock-it-ball with Street Surfing and Ultimate Frisbee in the summer months! We tailor our schemes and sessions to meet the needs of individual schools or pupils regardless of ability. We are able to offer breakfast, lunch or afterschool clubs.
 
Club: Marlow Rowing Club
Website: www.marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Contact: Ed Phillips; info@marlowrowingclub.org.uk
Brief Description: Rowing and sculling training for beginners through to serious competition for ages 12 and up. In Marlow between the M4 and M40. Para-rowing, veterans, novices, learn to row - @marlow_rowing facebook.com/marlowrc
 
 
Club: Ely Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: First Strokes Swim School Ltd
Website: www.FirstStrokes.com
Contact: Stanway@FirstStrokes.com; HeadOffice@firststrokes.com
Brief Description: First Strokes Swim Schools is an award-winning swim school. Using our own purpose-built teaching pools and other private pools, we aim for the highest standards in teaching, staff and facilities.
 
Club: Gymnasticz
Contact: Gemma Redgate; gemma.gymnasticz@gmail.com
Brief Description: A gymnastics club for children over the age of five, all the way up to adults. Classes are run every night of the week and on Saturday mornings.
 
Club: Huntingdon Tai Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: March Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Peterborough Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: St Neots Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Wisbech Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
 
Club: Crewe Tenpin Academy
Contact: Steve Evanson or Mark Elliott; steve@creweandstokeybc.co.uk or mark@creweandstokeybc.co.uk
Brief Description: The Academy provides coaching in the sport of tenpin bowling to members of all ages through one of its three component groups, the Youth Bowling Club (YBC) for ages eight to 18 years, the Young Adults Club from 18 to 24 years and the Adult Coaching League (ACL) for 25 years and over. Bowlers are able to compete locally in leagues and in tournaments throughout the country. he YBC was the original part of the club and is still the largest element of the Academy with 30+ members and meets every Saturday morning. There are six British Tenpin Bowling Association qualified coaches / instructors who provides their services to the YBC free of charge each week. The YAC was started in September 2012 and currently has eight members. The YAC meets each Monday night in conjunction with the ACL (20+ registered members), where coaching is again provided. For all all the element clubs, following the coaching period there are three league games where a handicap system is used to allow all abilities to be competetive.
 
Club: Runcorn Rowing Club
Brief Description: Runcorn Rowing Club was established in 1894 on land purchased from the Marquis of Cholmondeley and offers the best stretch of water in the North West. Situated on the River Weaver in Clifton, Runcorn, the club is fortunate to have 10km of rowable river between Weston Marsh Lock and Dutton Lock. Runcorn Rowing Club continues to build on its success, investing in its facilities, equipment and coaching support to provide an exceptional training environment for everyone from recreational rowers to athletes with the aspiration to excel. The club is continually successfully at a national level, and has seen many of its juniors triumph internationally with Team GB. The club members range from juniors, students and professionals, right the way through to the retired and beyond. Continually developing and increasing in size, the club welcomes all levels of rowers regardless of ability. We offer a structured coaching programme for novices and beginners of all ages and frequently run learn to row courses. However, due to the wonderful success of our rowers at the Olympics, we now have around 30 people on our waiting list for the 'Yearn to Row' course, so be prepared to wait. Of course, anyone is welcome to come down and experience the club on a Sunday morning at 10.30am to get a feel for the place and to see how they can get involved.
 
 
 
 
Club: Camp WeSC UK
Contact: Mark Baines; Campwescuk@gmail.com
Brief Description: Week long residential skate camp based in Hull (April) and Truro (August). Skate with real professional skateboarders and take home a huge bag of goodies worth over £250!
 
 
 
Club: Beat Feet Academy of Dance
Website: www.beatfeetdance.co.uk
Contact: Julie Latham; julie@beatfeetdance.co.uk
Brief Description: Beat Feet Academy of Dance use a fun and unique teaching approach that allows pupils to excel through creative activity. We offer caring tuition from two years old in ballet, tap, modern theatre, national, riverdance, street dance and zumbatomic at Murray Park Community School, Mickleover, Derby DE3 9LL. We prepare students for ISTD and IDTA examinations, whilst encouraging pupils to participate in the academy's performing opportunities. We also provide holiday clubs, party packages and wedding dance choreography.
 
Club: Chellaston Bowls Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Jim Wright Club Secretary; jimwright1950@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: A crown green bowling club in Chellaston on the southern edge of Derby City. Membership open to all. Mens and ladies league teams both afternoons and evenings. Internal competitions throughout the playing season. Social bowling any time except when league matches on. Recent new clubhouse built with modern washroom and kitchen facilities. Fully licenced bar available. During the closed season the clubhouse is used for short mat bowls, and other indoor games. Social evenings also arranged. Green open generally at Easter, weather permitting. Open evening 2013: April 4th 7.00pm.
 
Club: Derby Trailblazers Basketball Club
Website: derbytrailblazers.com
Contact: Julia Booth; boothcjsa@hotmail.com
Brief Description: An inclusive club for both sexes and linked to the Wheelblazers Wheelchair Club. It provides opportunities for children from age eight to senior level to play basketball at a competitive level. It also develops officials and administrators within the game.
 
Club: Hilton Harriers FC
Website: In development
Contact: Maxine Harlow; maxine@harlows.org.uk
Brief Description: Amateur football club catering for children aged five to adult. We are a charter standard community club, who have an open training policy for all.
 
Club: University of Derby Dodgeball Club
Website: N/A
Contact: David Pool; Derbyseahawks@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: We represent the club via opens, university tournaments and national championships. Our players range from low ability players to international players. We are a mixed club boasting a successful women's team, men's elite team and mixed 2nds and 3rd teams.
 
 
Club: Westexe Netball Club
Contact: Anita Palmer; Westexenetballclub@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Inclusive netball club for all ages and abilities. I have been developing the club for ten years and am looking forward to further sections being added soon. Future pans - mixed netball ad disabled netball. Searching for funding.
 
 
 
Club: Bishop Auckland Table Tennis Club
Website: www.bishopaucklandttc.co.uk
Contact: Matt Porter; Mattporter1@live.com
Brief Description: Community table tennis club in Durham, we aim to provide table tennis for everyone, whether you want to be a champion or just play for a bit of fun. We pride ourselves on offering everyone the opportunity to get involved in the sport either as a player or a volunteer.
 
Club: Shincliffe Junior Football Club
Contact: Lee Smith; spam337@aol.com
Brief Description: We are a community-centred junior football club based in Shincliffe, County Durham. We currently coach under 9s and under 10s. We train weekly and play in the Russell Foster Youth League at the weekend.
 
 
Club: 1066 Specials
Contact: Barry Elphick; barry.elphick@btinternet.com
Brief Description: Disability football club for children and adults. Train the first and last Saturday of the month. £3 a session.
 
Club: Global Future Fit
Contact: Anna Kristensen; anna@globalfuturefit.com
Brief Description: Global Future Fit is a residential summer weight-loss camp for children, teens and young adults aged 11-21 years. However, it is not a bootcamp or fad diet, but an educational and fun camp which provides the foundation for a healthier and happier life. Not only does it provide healthy and safe weight-loss results, but more importantly it encourages healthy living. This is achieved by making small adjustments to the students’ current behaviour in order to develop a sustainable
lifestyle.
 
 
Club: Kingston Kestrels Sledge Hockey Club
Website: http://www.sledgehockey.co.uk/
Contact: Matt Clarkson; matt.clarkson_5@sky.com
Brief Description: Hull-based ice sledge hockey club - Kingston Kestrels. Ice sledge hockey is a Paralympic sport, a variant of ice hockey.
 
Club: Pocklington Runners
Brief Description: Pocklington Runners is an inclusive community based sports club. The club exists to promote and encourage running activities for all ages and abilities in the market town of Pocklington, East Yorkshire. The Junior Section of the club is dedicated to help promote the healthy lifestyle running fosters to children aged 8 to 16 years and provide them with an introduction to the sport of athletics and the opportunity for advancement in endurance running. The club is a not for profit organisation and is entirely volunteer lead / run. The club is affiliated to England Athletics and the junior section works within the coaching and safeguarding guidelines of this governing body.
 
 
Club: Basildon Soccability Academy
Contact: John Smith; smithjohn111rough@googlemail.com
Brief Description: We are a pan disability football club offering football activities for both children and adults with special needs. We have also achieved the FA Charter Standard Club award.
 
Club: Beech United YFC / Basildon Soccability
Contact: Elliot Fleisher; beechunitedyfc@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a youth football club who also run football sessions for kids and adults with physical disabilities and special needs.
 
Club: Colchester Wildcats Korfball Club
Contact: Ben Hall; colchesterkorfball@live.com
Brief Description: Colchester Wildcats began in October 2012. Founder and Coach Ben Hall started the club with a focus on bringing fun and community to Colchester. Korfball is a very sociable and team orientated sport which is extremely inclusive and great exercise. Prior to Colchester Wildcats there had been no Korfball club in Essex for 15 years. Now Wildcats train once a week playing friendly matches and tournaments for game practice. We have great fun and are keen to spread Korfball further through Essex. In the next five year we plan to have started the Essex Korfball league. Both men and women play adult Korfball from the age of 14 onwards. So if you are interested in playing Korfball with us and over 14 please get in touch. We would be delighted to hear from you. Currently we are running a promotion for 14 - 21 year olds though Sportivate. There are highly discounted Korfball introductory sessions available to anyone in this age category.
 
Club: First Strokes Swim School Ltd
Website: www.FirstStrokes.com
Contact: Stanway@FirstStrokes.com; HeadOffice@firststrokes.com
Brief Description: First Strokes Swim Schools is an award-winning swim school. Using our own purpose-built teaching pools and other private pools, we aim for the highest standards in teaching, staff and facilities.
 
Club: Maru Karate Kai
Contact: Marc Grayston; info@marukarate.co.uk
Brief Description: Maru Karate Kai primarily teach karate to children from the ages of five upwards. The club also takes part in projects to teach self-defence to various demographics including the elderly, women and the disabled. The club is grant funded by the Big Lottery Fund, Ford Britian Trust, Sportivate and Basildon Council.
 
Club: Cirencester Netball Club
Contact: Angela Manning
Brief Description: Netball Club in Cirencester for players from nine years old to 90! New players always welcome. Club plays competitively in Gloucestershire County League; strong youth section. Planning to widen accessibility in 2013.
 
Club: Tredworth RFC
Brief Description: Rugby Union Club.
 
 
Club: Everest Health and Leisure Club
Website: http://www.everest.hants.sch.uk/
Contact: John Perrin; jperrin@everestcommunityacademy.org
Brief Description: Accessible community facilities featuring gym, sports hall, 3G, tennis / netball courts, dance studio, theatre, meeting rooms and grass pitches.
 
Club: Fleming Park Judo Club
Brief Description: Fleming Park Judo Club is a large club based in the heart of the Eastleigh and Chandlers Ford Communities. We offer the opportunity for players aged from five years and upwards to learn and take part in the Olympic sport of Judo. Judo is a great sport for men, women, boys and girls of any age, level of fitness and ability and helps to build confidence, improve fitness, lose weight and is also a good form of self defence. If you are unsure if Judo is a sport for you then come along and have a try, first lesson is free, there is nothing to lose!
 
Club: Gosport Amateur Boxing Club
Contact: Darren Blair; gosportamateurboxingclub@live.co.uk
Brief Description: For young people, older people annd women - just for fitness or to compete.10 sessions per week to choose from: £3 for kids, £4 for adults.  
 
Club: Gosport Borough Hockey Club
Website: gbhc.org.uk
Contact: Gosport Hockey; gbhc@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Gosport Borough Hockey Club (GBHC) gives young people the opportunity to take part in and enjoy the sport of hockey. There are teams for men, women and also juniors allowing people from age 10 and upwards to take part in local matches at various levels around Hampshire. For more information check website or facebook.com/Gosporthockey.
 
Club: Hampshire Hornets
Website: www.hampshirehornets.co.uk
Contact: Toni Dare; Tonidare@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Wheelchair basketball club for under 17s.
 
Club: Multisports Club Eastleigh
Website: www.multisportsclub.com
Contact: Sally Eshraghi; sally.eshraghi@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a club for young people with learning disabilities aged 16-30. We run weekly multisports sessions at two venues as well as a football session, gym and aquafit. We also run activities through college holidays. We are a parent run group and are a registered charity.
 
Club: Notorious
Contact: Jamie Russell; Jamie@jtsports.co.uk
Brief Description: Badminton Club, League adults and junior. Please contact Jamie to find out which session would be best for you.
 
Club: Old Basing Archers
Contact: Club Secretary; sec@oldbasingarchers.co.uk
Brief Description: Established in 1967 Old Basing Archers spans all abilities and includes long-bow, recurve and compound archers. We are a family oriented archery club and have special membership rates for juniors and family groups. The club runs beginners' courses, 'have-a-go' and taster sessions at various times of the year. If you would like to try archery please contact us for more information. We are only able to accomodate beginners at our outdoor venue, so opportunities to try archery are limited to weekend mornings during the winter season.
 
Club: Poseidon Amateur Boxing Club
Website: www.poseidonabc.co.uk
Contact: Lucy O'Connor; poseidonabc@me.com
Brief Description: Poseidon is an amateur boxing club, which offers many benefits to everyone in the community. Whether you are a seasoned boxer or new to the sport, or whether you would simply like to improve your health and well-being with fun and effective training, our club is open to you. We have experienced coaches who are trained to meet the needs of all the members: young and old, all abilities, and all levels of affluence, ethnicity or disability. Join the Poseidon community!
 
Club: Swain Taekwon-Do
Website: www.swaintaekwondo.co.uk
Contact: Adam Swain; info@swaintaekwondo.co.uk
Brief Description:
Taekwon-Do classes for all aged 7 and over. Taekwon-Do is a traditional Korean striking martial art, great for developing fitness, flexibility, self-confidence and having fun. All instructors are insured and undergo regular First Aid training, child safeguarding training and enhanced DBS checks. Two of our Instructors are also National and International Champions, representing England at the 2015 World Championships.
 
Club: WILTSHIRE WILDCATS WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL CLUB
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wiltshire-Wildcats-Wheelchair-Basketball-Club/197848843599983?sk=info
Contact: LORRAINE NORMAN; wildcatswbb@live.co.uk
Brief Description: Wiltshire Wildcats Wheelchair Basketball Club was founded in 2009 by a group of mothers, who wanted to provide their disabled children with a regular opportunity to play sport. Three years on, the club is a self-sustaining group which trains at Tidworth Leisure Centre every Saturday from 2pm to 4pm during term time. Sessions are mainly aimed at young people from aged eight upwards, yet we encourage those aged 18+ to help with the coaching. Players build up their wheelchair handling, passing and shooting skills through fun games and activities. Sessions always finish with a game to practise all the skills learnt. Participants don’t have to be wheelchair users to play; we welcome those keen to play from all backgrounds of disability, including those with learning difficulties. Siblings are always welcome to join in as this makes it truly inclusive and particularly competitive! In 2010, the work of the club in providing sport for young disabled people and their siblings was recognised,when we were given the ‘Most Inclusive Club’ award at the Wiltshire and Swindon Sports Awards. In late 2011, five players, who started playing wheelchair basketball with the club, were selected to represent the South West Regional Team at the National Championships. As skill increases we can often signpost young players to other more competitive regional clubs to further their ability and so they can experience a greater level of competition. Everyone can enjoy this fast-paced and exciting Paralympic sport. As the only club in Wiltshire/hampshire,of its type, this is a fantastic opportunity for local children with a disability to experience team work and gain in self confidence. Both parents and children benefit from the support of being part of the club family. At present, most parents are taking an active role in helping to advertise and promote the Wiltshire Wildcats. Making the public aware of our club is paramount to its sustainability and future development. It will also  ensure that children and the wider community have the opportunity to experience a wheelchair sport. One club member has said the club has enabled them to find an interest, develop  skills and confidence. Another has said he has finally achevied something and is very proud. A further member is quoted as saying "I look forward to basketball every week". Many parents have agreed that we have found and filled a gap in providing disabled children the opportunity to play a wheelchair sport in a safe environment where their level of ability is not an issue.
 
 
Club: AshBee Activities
Brief Description: A purpose of developing the basic skills of young people through the medium of sport and art. Providing a skill set to transfer into a chosen sport or career in later life.
 
Club: Hereford Harriers WBC
Contact: Wendy Button; info@herefordharriers.org
Brief Description: Wheelchair basketball club with Junior and Senior teams in Hereford, UK. Practice every Saturday. Open to everyone. The only skill required is to be able to manually push a wheelchair and bounce a ball.
 
 
 
 
Club: Ashford Town Bowls Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Gill Howard; gehoward@sky.com
Brief Description: Situated in the centre of Ashford, Kent, we welcome people of all ages and abilities to play lawn green bowls. We are a very friendly bunch and are aware that everyone is a learner at first, requiring coaching and patience. However, we also recognize that people often want to achieve results quickly and so we develop people to join in with games as soon as they feel confident enough.
 
Club: Headcorn Youth Forum (HYF)
Website: www.headcornyouthforum.co.uk
Contact: Martin Round; martinround.com@gmail.com
Brief Description: Headcorn is a rural village that has few sporting facilities or active play provision. HYF works with small village sports / social clubs or clubs further away to provide local sports and active play, mainly for young people. HYF provides the village with boxing (ABA Training Coaches / Tutors) every week and indoor sports activity such as sponge football or soft handball. During the light summer months we use an open green to organise community football for young people from age 5-25 one late afternoon / evening per week. Periodically we may set up other sporting activity, subject to funding and the availability of volunteers. We are affiliated to Young Kent, the County Council consortium of youth groups and have relevant insurance and policies in place.
 
Club: Inspire Allstars Cheer and Dance C.I.C
Website: www.inspireallstars.com
Contact: Joey Cuthbert (Head Coach); joey@inspireallstars.com
Brief Description: Inspire Allstars is an All Star cheerleading programme made up of competition squads, community classes and schools coaching. We are based at locations across the Tonbridge / Tunbridge Wells area of Kent, UK. All Star cheerleading is a physically challenging, high-energy sport in its own right that combines jumps, tumbles, pyramids, stunts, tosses and dance. There are currently squads and classes available for young people from 7 to 18 years. You can also find us on Facebook (Inspire Allstars Cheer and Dance) and Twitter (@InspireAllstars).
 
Club: Marsh Badminton Club
Contact: Karen Chandler; marshbc@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Badminton training and coaching for 6 to 18-year-olds. Weekend sessions. £2 per session.
 
Club: Medway Mermaids
Website: Medway Mermaids Synchronised Swimming Club
Contact: Lisa Bishop; medwaysynchro@gmail.com
Brief Description: We are a fun and friendly club run by volunteers. Our aim is to promote health and fitness through the sport if synchronised swimming.
 
Club: Racqueteers Badminton Club
Website: www.racqueteersbadminton.co.uk
Contact: John Copsey; jc1000@gmx.com
Brief Description: We are competitive and social badminton club based in Canterbury Kent. We run a membership night, a pay and play session, competitive and league night and two junior club sections. We also have several social events throughout the year. According to need we run coach education courses (UKCC Level 1 and 2) and also beginners' courses. We always look at any new ideas to extend our sport. We are open, friendly, welcoming and helpful. Racqueteers aims to develop badminton and welcomes all. We work with local schools to encourage exercise, sport in general and our sport in particular. Hence we are currently working on an application for a ClubMark Award.
 
Club: Tunbridge Wells Taekwon-Do
Website: http://twellstkd.co.uk/
Contact: Luke Thompson; twellstkd@gmail.com
Brief Description: ITF Taekwon-Do for children and adults. We focus on self defence, fitness, competition sport and applying the five tenets of Taekwon-Do: Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self Control and Indomitable Spirit. Students learn discipline, self control and gain improved confidence. Classes are available for 3-6 years, 7-13 and 14 plus, as well as private lessons.
 
 
Club: LANCASHIRE LIONS VISUALLY IMPAIRED CRICKET CLUB
Website: N/A
Contact: Sheraz Chohan; flexers@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: This multi-cultural club hosts the county's blind cricket team offering competitive and social opportunities to play cricket with the aim of improving the health and personal well-being of the participant. The club is open to all males and females of all ages who have a visual impairment. We provide a pathway from grass root development, through first team cricket to the England setup.
 
Club: Lighthouse Tai Chi
Website: www.lighthousetaichi.com
Contact: Helena Kean and David Pelling; lighthousetaichi@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: Weekly tai chi and aqua tai chi classes across East Lancashire. Also workshops, seminars, talks, demonstrations and social outings. Guiding people to better health by teaching and promoting the gentle art of tai chi. All ages, all abilities. 300 members. From beginners to advanced level, for health or as a martial art. Professional, qualified instruction by members of the Tai Chi Union for GB. Working with local Leisure Trusts and health organizations to provide best quality, fun, safe classes.
 
Club: Manchester Chargers
Contact: Gregg Cropper; manchesterchargers@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Established in 2009, based in South Manchester but attracting a broad range of players from around the North West, the Manchester Chargers Touch Club has grown from a sociable group of players who enjoy all forms of rugby, to a competitive Touch side playing and being successful in a number of National Tournaments and boasting past and present England Touch internationals amongst our ranks. We play socially in a local park every week along with a drills and skills training session every week, too. In the summer we enter numerous teams into the Manchester in2touch leagues and also have a representative side that enters the National Touch Series and also Challenge Touch Series tournaments (http://englandtouch.org.uk). 2010 - 2012 saw us enter all of the national touch (NTS) tournaments, and many more competitions across the country and into Europe. In 2013 we had 13 players making their appearance on the international stage, competing the in the Home Nations event in Dublin.
 
Club: Manchester University Rowing Club
Contact: Georgia Crichton; Pr-fundraising@mubc.org
Brief Description: A university sports society encouraging recreational and competitive rowing alongside Higher Education studies at the University of Manchester.
 
Club: Sally's Rocking Rebels
Website: N/A
Contact: Joanne Gavin; Rebelsbolton@gmail.com
Brief Description: Majorettes club, baton twirling and pom dance, working towards events and competition throughout the north of England! Working on a dancers' confidence, rhythm, hand/eye coordination, teamwork, sense of imagination and expression through movement! Incorporating various styles of dance and movement from around the world to create magical routines, and focusing on building strength and a healthier lifestyle, whilst having fun and making friends! £1.50 a lesson, all equipment provided and refreshments! Based at Salvation Army South, Morris Green, Bolton.
 
 
Club: Cheeky Monkeys and Friends
Website: www.cmaf.co.uk
Contact: Michael Kleios; info@cmaf.co.uk
Brief Description: Cheeky Monkeys and Friends get children aged 22 months to eight years old learning through sports. Divided into two separate divisions - Cheeky Monkeys - Green Monkeys (22mths - 3yrs), Purple Monkeys (3-4yrs) and Red Monkeys (4-5yrs) and Cheeky Football - Red Squad (5-6.5yrs) and Blue Squad (6.5-8yrs), we get children being active whilst having fun! Our younger Cheeky Monkey classes are focused on educational, fitness-fun, where, in each weekly 45 minute class, the coaches focus on a letter of the alphabet and conduct theatrical, sporty classes associated with that letter. Eg. on week 'H' the children have to get the food from the hibernating bear without waking him up! For our Cheeky Footballers - gone are the letters and the focus is shifted on learning how to play football in a fun, pressure-free environment. Children are taught how to play through passing, moving and showing off their skills without the need to 'win at all costs'. We understand winning will come once a child is confident and able to understand the game properly. Our weekly, one hour sessions provide the perfect environment for children to flourish! Disabled classes are currently being developed along with the council and more information will be provided over the coming months. Cheeky Monkeys will be looking to franchise in the winter of 2013! Keep checking www.cmaf.co.uk/franchise for more information!
 
 
Club: Brigg and District Netball Club
Contact: Vanessa McErlain; Netball.nes@gmx.com  
Brief Description: We are a local club for local people - we run weekly training sessions for all ages and abilities from six year olds upwards - from scocial netball to regional level - male and female players welcome.
 
Club: Cross O'Cliff Badminton Club
Contact: Breton Towler / Katherine Sturton; crossocliffbc@aim.com
Brief Description: Badminton club based in Lincoln for mixed teams, ladies teams and mens teams. We have club members and for those who would like a competitive edge to their game we enter teams into the Newark and District league. We have club night on a Wednesday from 7pm-10pm at The Priory Academy LSST located on Cross O'Cliff Hill in Lincoln. We are always on the look out for new members of a good standard to play mixed or level doubles. If you'd like to come down please feel free to send us an email or post an entry into the Guestbook on our website.
 
Club: Lincoln Hockey Club
Contact: Alex Cooper; enquires@lincolnhockeyclub.co.uk
Brief Description: Lincoln Hockey Club - one of the largest hockey clubs in Lincolnshire, providing field hockey opportunities for men, women, adults and juniors.
 
Club: Long Sutton Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
 
Club: Beacons (Youth) FC
Website: www.beaconsfc.com
Contact: Adam Gillham; adamgillham@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Beacons FC is a football club for boys and girls aged five and upwards and is  based in Kidbrooke / Eltham in South East London. We are an FA Charter standard football club.
 
Club: Galaxy London
Brief Description: London's biggest Touch Rugby Club associated with England Touch. We have players from the ages of 14 to 50.
 
Club: HYPNOTICK dance
Brief Description: Hypnotick specialises in street / hip hop dance style, however its team of teachers is trained also in different genres such as contemporary, commercial, ballet and / or Latin. In brief, we provide: professional dance classes and workshops, holiday programs, performance opportunities, birthday entertainment as well as training and employment opportunities, choreography and judging services etc.
 
Club: Martial Art Fitness
Website: http://www.martialartfitness.co.uk
Contact: Elsayed Hassan - Hatem Alyezzataly; sensisayed.martialartfitness@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a martial arts club, teaching mixed martial arts  (karate-Thai, boxing-MMA etc.). We have over 15 years experience and knowledge of teaching, coaching and examining children, young people, adults and women. We use martial arts as a tool for teaching positive values in life, for improving confidence, creating engaged and motivated attitudes to sports, improving fitness, creating a better understanding and attitude towards health, creating positive interactions between students, improving discipline, self control and anger management and enhancing concentration. EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Our aim is to get young people off the streets and make them take the lead, motivating them to be leaders. We want to give kids enjoyment in their childhood through the fun and discipline of martial arts. Clubs in Westminster, Brent and Peckham.
 
Club: Rabble
Website: ww.jointherabble.co.uk
Contact: Charlotte Roach; charlotte@jointherabble.co.uk
Brief Description: We play non-traditional, active team games: Capture the Flag, The Hunger Games, BASEketbal, Nashball, Quidditch etc.
 
Club: S Factor Academy
Website: www.sfactoracademy.co.uk
Contact: Yvonne Phillips; admin@sfactoracademy.com.uk
Brief Description: Founded by former World Junior Champion and Commonwealth Silver Medalist Lisa Miller, The S Factor Academy uses athletics as a tool to change youths' lives.
 
Club: Tora-Kai
Website: N/A
Contact: Adrian Pearman; adrian@torakaijudo.co.uk
Brief Description: Tora-Kai Judo Club was formed in the early 70ss from the amalgamation of three judo clubs. They all had different names so a Japanese Professor was asked to help suggest a name and Tora-Kai was chosen. Tora means tiger and in Japanese writing it actually looks like a tiger’s tail, and Kai means club. Tora-Kai Judo Club meets to provide an opportunity for youngsters, between the ages of five and fifteen years, to learn the art of Judo. The aim of the club is to promote judo in as safe an environment as possible. Children are not pushed to the limits of their ability in order to produce Olympic Champions, but are encouraged in the art of Judo in a friendly and fun environment. The Judo club is not just about learning self-defence, it is also about directing energy into something creative and constructive, building up self-confidence, co-ordination and learning to work with a partner or as part of a team.
 
Club: Werewolves of London Special Ice Hockey Club
Contact: Mike Dwyer; mike@werewolvesoflondon.org.uk
Brief Description: The Werewolves of London Special Ice Hockey Club offers a special needs ice hockey programme for children and adults who have developmental disabilities such as autistic spectrum disorders, Down Syndrome and other learning disabilities.
 
 
Club: Lee Jones ABC
Website: www.leejonesabc.co.uk
Contact: Chris Osuagwu; Info@leejonesabc.co.uk
Brief Description: We are an amateur boxing club based in Liverpool.
 
Club: England Wheelchair 7s Rugby Union
Website: N/A
Contact: Martin Beddis; martin.beddis@o2.co.uk
Brief Description: Wheelchair 7s Rugby Union is a sport which men, women, disabled and the able bodied can play together. Includes scrums, lineouts etc. The England 7s will complete in the Six Nations in France in June 2013.
 
Club: Liverpool Karate-Jutsu
Website: http://www.liverpoolkaratejutsu.com
Contact: Sensei Mike Dunn; mike@liverpoolkaratejutsu.com
Brief Description: Karate for the Blind and Visual Impaired, by Liverpool Karate-Justu is a karate club that is open to anyone with or without a visual impairment. We believe at Liverpool Karate-Jutsu that real change comes from within, and the most important weapon is confidence. With that, you can achieve anything. We at Liverpool Karate-Jutsu try to promote a culture of respect for all students and teachers alike. We will also show respect to our guests, as it is an essential part of martial arts. Liverpool Karate-Jutsu promotes a partnership between students and instructors so as to provide students with the opportunity to achieve their full potential in the study of karate-jutsu. Liverpool Karate-Jutsu has a strong passion to preserve the past traditions of martial arts, however it is important to keep an open mind, finding innovating and dynamic methods of teaching.
 
Club: Liverpool Lions Wheelchair Rugby League
Website: www.livlionswrl.org.uk
Contact: Martin Beddis; martin.beddis@o2.co.uk
Brief Description: Wheelchair Rugby Tag Rugby League can be played by all. Fully Inclusive. Weekly training and regular fixtures. Players with no experience and also full international players. Men and Women can play together.
 
Club: Royal Standard JFC
Website: N/A
Contact: Geoff Shaw
Brief Description: We are a brand new football club offering 'free footbal to all'. This means that parents on a low income or benefits can still allow their children to play competitive football without paying registration fees or monthly subscriptions.
 
 
Club: Shentie Mixed Martial Arts Academy
Brief Description:  A friendly club, the first  lesson is free, have a look at the club website, contact us with any questions you may have. We welcome people from all backgrounds.
 
Club: Tora-Kai
Website: N/A
Contact: Adrian Pearman; adrian@torakaijudo.co.uk
Brief Description: Tora-Kai Judo Club was formed in the early 70ss from the amalgamation of three judo clubs. They all had different names so a Japanese Professor was asked to help suggest a name and Tora-Kai was chosen. Tora means tiger and in Japanese writing it actually looks like a tiger’s tail, and Kai means club. Tora-Kai Judo Club meets to provide an opportunity for youngsters, between the ages of five and fifteen years, to learn the art of Judo. The aim of the club is to promote judo in as safe an environment as possible. Children are not pushed to the limits of their ability in order to produce Olympic Champions, but are encouraged in the art of Judo in a friendly and fun environment. The Judo club is not just about learning self-defence, it is also about directing energy into something creative and constructive, building up self-confidence, co-ordination and learning to work with a partner or as part of a team.
 
 
Club: Downham Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Kings Lynn Tae Kwon Do School
Website: http://www.markfarnhamtaekwondo.co.uk/page/1r9ju/Tae_Kwon-Do/Kings_Lynn_Tae_Kwon-Do_School.html
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere, classes for beginners of all ages. We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Swaffham Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Thetford Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
 
Club: Phoenix Wheelchair Basketball Club
Website: www.phoenixwbc.com
Contact: Stuart Tite; wbxnorthampton@live.co.uk
Brief Description: A Wheelchair Basketball Club which serves the County of Northamptonshire. We are based centrally in the Everdon Sports Hall, University of Northampton. We have up to three sessions a week for social and competitive players.
 
 
 
 
Club: University of York Fencing Club
Contact: George Watkins; fencing@yusu.org
Brief Description: The fencing club offers beginners courses to both students and non-students in both October and January, offering students or non-students a great new way to keep fit, compete and socialise. We field three very successful teams for BUCS (inter-uni) matches, and special annual competitions: "Roses" and "Varsity". Beginners are coached in foil and can later move on to epee and sabre. The club welcomes new members, whether experienced or complete beginners. The membership includes nationally ranked fencers who compete at Opens around the country and the club hosts its own national competition, the York Open, at the start of each year. Sessions are Tuesdays 7-10pm, Thursdays 8-10pm and Saturdays 11am-1pm all in the university sports centre. Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/2249855409/
 
Club: University of York Lacrosse Club
Website: www.uylc.co.uk
Contact: Lydia Labram; ll633@york.ac.uk
Brief Description: UYLC are one of the largest mixed clubs on campus with over 80 members. We have two women's teams, a men's team and a mixed team. We welcome all standards, from no experience at all to international-level players. Full equipment and twice weekly coaching is provided to prepare for our BUCS matches every Wednesday. The club runs vibrant socials every Wednesday and goes on Tour every Easter in Europe - the last two years the club have taken part in the Lowlands Lacrosse Tournament in Amsterdam and Dublinfest. Last season we were crowned Dublinfest Champions, Runners up in BUCS Cup Final, and nominated 'Roses Team of the Year 2011/2012'...now is the time to join!
 
 
Club: Caunton Lawn Tennis Club
Contact: Maggie Clement; cauntonltc@caunton.orangehome.co.uk
Brief Description: Caunton LTC is an extremely fun, family-orientated club that is extremely busy all year round and caters for any standard of play. Tennis 4 All is the coaching company that the club uses, run by Dawn Maskill, who has 20 years experience as an LTA licensed tennis coach and as a founder of Caunton Lawn Tennis Club. Tennis 4 All is the only tennis coaching company with Performance Tennis in the area for those children who are exceptionally gifted. All courses are run by our highly qualified staff, who are all CRB checked.
 
Club: Mattersey Rifle and Pistol Club
Brief Description: Mattersey have 10 ranges and offer a wide range of shooting disciplines including a new air rifle division. This friendly club is within easy reach of Nottingham, Lincoln, Doncaster and Sheffield.
 
 
Club: Abingdon Rowing Club
Contact: Karen Roberts; karenroberts1967@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Abingdon Rowing Club is an amateur rowing club, affiliated to British Rowing, which is open to all. Our membership ranges from Juniors (from age 11), to Seniors, to Masters (the oldest member is 69). We cater for recreational through to competitive rowers. Members can train from one to six days per week, depending on their aims, aspirations and commitments. We are a relatively small Club with approximately 140 members.
 
Club: Oxford University Ultimate (OW!)
Contact: Jonathan Daly; jonathan.daly@sjc.ox.ac.uk
Brief Description: Ultimate is an exhilarating, fast, non-contact team sport played with a flying disc. Oxford University Ultimate (or OW!) would love you to get involved, even if you're not a member of the University.
 
Club: Oxford University Water Polo Club
Website: OUWPC.org.uk
Contact: Anna Bennett; president@ouwpc.org.uk
Brief Description: OUWPC is a university club consisting of undergraduates, post-graduates, DPhil students and post-docs. We compete in BUCS and UPolo leagues - as well as Varsity (our annual match vs. Cambridge). The Oxford vs. Cambridge Varsity Match is the oldest recorded water polo fixture in the world. You must be a member of the University to compete in BUCS and Varsity, but everyone is welcome to come along to training and there may be a chance to play in friendly matches.
 
 
 
Club: Merriott Majorettes
Website: N/A
Contact: Juliet McKelvey / Sarah Foley; merriottmajorettes@yahoo.com
Brief Description: Merriott Majorettes has been running for nearly 20 years. We are a self-funded, non-profit majorette troupe based in Merriott, near Crewkerne. However we compete in competitions all over the southwest as well as entertaining the public and supporting the community by taking part in fetes, displays, carnivals and other special events throughout the local area. We welcome girls and boys aged between 6 and 17 from anywhere in the local area to learn choreographed dance routines involving the use of batons and pompoms. We involve children in a fun, healthy leisure pursuit, allowing them to acquire new skills, and develop sportsmanship, friendships and team spirit. We aim to promote the inclusion of families of the Majorettes, through activities such as fundraising events and social gatherings and to raise money, through fundraising initiatives, in order to benefit the expansion and development of the troupe.
 
 
Club: AFC Unity
Website: www.afcunity.org
Contact: Jane Watkinson; afcunity@gmail.com
Brief Description: AFC Unity is an 11-a-side women’s football team playing in the Sheffield and Hallamshire Women's County Football League. Through community-based projects in Sheffield and South Yorkshire, it uses football to engage traditionally marginalised groups and to break down barriers that have prevented them from playing, and being interested in, football.
 
Club: Bentley Colliery FC
Website: N/A
Contact: Craig Eanor; bentleycolliery@gmail.com
Brief Description: Community based football club competing at step 7 in Central Midland League.
 
Club: New Bohemians F.C.
Website: www.newbohemiansfc.co.uk
Contact: Nick Wells; nickwells@princeedward.sheffield.sch.uk
Brief Description: Football club based in South Sheffield with mens, ladies and junior sides. We're always looking for new players, coaches and volunteers.
 
Club: Steelers Wheelchair Basketball Club
Website: http://sheffield-steelers.co.uk/
Contact: Lorraine Waring; lorraine.waring@dsl.pipex.com
Brief Description: We provide an inclusive open session every week, regardless of ability or skills in wheelchair basketball everyone is welcome to try out the sport. The club is made up of players and supporters from all areas of life, we have beginners to Paraympians, who train with us on a weekly basis. You dont need your own sports wheelchair to attend as we have club chairs that can be loaned for every session. All our coaches are CRB checked.
 
 
Club: Burton Canoe Club
Contact: The Secretary; info@burtoncanoeclub.co.uk
Brief Description: A canoeing and kayaking club based in a purpose-built 21st century facility on the banks of the River Trent with one of the best canoeing sites in the country on the very edge of the town. The Club is a membership organisation that provides for all ages and abilities with focussed sessions for young people and adults throughout the year.The club provides through three broad strands of activity: Adventure, Competition and Recreation. Participants can achieve nationally recognised Performance Awards and Coaching Awards. Something for everyone.
 
Club: Eccleshall Eagles Juniors FC
Contact: Jon Busfield; jon.busfield@cygnia.co.uk
Brief Description: Football club for boys and girls aged 4 to 18. FA Charter Standard Club. Subscription only - £135 per year. Training Saturdays and matches Sundays.
 
Club: Junior Multi-Sports
Contact: Reece Walley; reecewalley@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a fast-growing sports provider that specialises in providing quality sports provision and services for schools, youth clubs, children's centres and parents within Stoke-on-Trent. We are a team of highly motivated coaches who believe that sport and physical activity play a huge role in the development of a child’s life skills, which is why we are so passionate about making sport as fun and accessible as possible for everyone. We run various weekly multi-sport classes all year round, along with holiday clubs during the school holidays, after school clubs, sports days and school services. We coach a variety of different sports to all children aged between 4-11. We do our utmost to ensure that our programmes are always progressive, fun and action-packed.
 
Club: Stafford Rovers Football Club
Contact:  Chris Whyte; chris.whyte2@btinternet.com
Brief Description: We are Stafford Rovers - an Under 12’s team playing in the Mid Staffordshire Division One league. Our home pitch is based at Rowley Park in Stafford and our team is made up of both boys and girls. We were established in November 2012 and acquired a sponsorship deal with Asda Stafford. In our 2013 season, we have a new sponsor Mela Lounge Stafford. We also have an Under 10's team. Our Motto is: FAIR PLAY AND RESPECT EVERYONE! We train at Rowley Park (ST17 9XX) every Saturday 10am. Please come along and see what we have to offer. We are recruiting players for both Under 10's and 12's. Under 10's born between 01/09/2003 - 31/08/2004. Under 12's born between 01/09/2001 - 31/08/2002.
 
Club: Stafford Rugby Union Football Club
Contact: Mrs Elizabeth Lennon; HonSecStaffordRUFC@gmail.com
Brief Description: Community Amateur Sports Club providing the opportunity for young people and adults to play Rugby Union. Match days Saturdays Juniors Sunday mornings Training Tuesday and Thiursday evenings.
 
Club: Stoke Spitfires Wheelchair Basketball
Website: N/A
Contact: Alison Flower; stokespitfires@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a wheelchair basketball club playing National league Div 3 and Development Div this season. We are also actively growing our junior membership. We offer school holiday multisports clubs, with boccia and new age kurling, alongside wheelchair basketball. We are affiliated to the NGB BWB for our sport and our coaches are qualified and CRB checked, and we actively encourage professional development.
 
Club: Stone Dominoes FC
Contact: Jon Busfield; jon.busfield@cygnia.co.uk
Brief Description: Football club for boys, girls and men. FA Charter Standard.
 
Club: Tamworth Amateur Boxing Club
Website: www.tamworthboxing.com
Contact: alan@tamworthboxing.com
Brief Description: Fully functional boxing club, fitness facility and education centre.
 
 
Club: Chantry Grasshoppers Football Club
Contact: Nick Ward; froggernelaine@aol.com
Brief Description: Offering football sessions for children, male and female, aged from 4 1/2 years old up to men's adult football.
 
Club: First Strokes Swim School Ltd
Website: www.FirstStrokes.com
Contact: Stanway@FirstStrokes.com; HeadOffice@firststrokes.com
Brief Description: First Strokes Swim Schools is an award-winning swim school. Using our own purpose-built teaching pools and other private pools, we aim for the highest standards in teaching, staff and facilities.
 
Club: Ipswich Borough Council Sport
Contact: Nicki Mayhew; nicki.mayhew@ipswich.gov.uk
Brief Description: Memberships with no joining fee or minimum contract plus pay per visit options. Four gyms, two pools, four sports centres, 102 weekly fitness classes, racket sports, sauna / steam room, children's school holiday programme, swimming lessons, mass participation sports events and park-runs.
 
Club: Ipswich Croquet Club
Contact: Martin French; enquiries@ipswichcroquetclub.com
Brief Description: First formed in 1908, we moved in 2012 to Fynn Valley Golf Club, on the northern outskirts of Ipswich, Suffolk. We have two lawns, a lovely setting, parking beside the lawns, our own croquet pavilion, a golf clubhouse just 70m away with hot and cold food and drink available throughout the day, as well as toilets and changing rooms. Our core season in April till mid October, though we continue to play when the weather is pleasant during the rest of the year too. We have more than doubled our membership in 2012 at our new venue - come and try it! Croquet is played at more than 170 clubs in England, and can be played for fun or seriously at all levels up to international. Men and women play equally, alongside each other in the same events. Ipswich Croquet Club has a majority of fun or social players, but also has a number of regular tournament players, including a few GB internationals. Our membership is about 50:50 men and women. Coaching is available for complete beginners through to experts, in both the main forms of the game.
 
Club: Jushinkan Dojo
Website: N/A
Contact: Brian Rogers; brianbrg@gmail.com
Brief Description: We practise the traditional Japanese Martial Art of Aiki Jutsu. This art places an emphasis on moving in harmony with an opponent's energy and redirecting that energy in order to overcome him / her with minimum force. This martial art formed the basis for the modern system of Aikido. This is a non-competitive activity suitable for men and women of all ages. Our club - Jushinkan Dojo - is based at GOALS Centre, Suffolk New College, Grimwade Street, Ipswich. Classes meet on Sunday mornings 10 to 12, and Tuesday evenings 8 to 10. Class fees are £5 or £3 for those in full-time education and unwaged. As we place some emphasis on joint locking this activity is not suitable for younger people who are still growing, accordingly we do not normally accept students under 15. Those interested are welcome to attend a class just to watch and ask questions if they wish. Enquiries welcomed.
 
Club: Mildenhall Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: Newmarket Tae Kwon Do School
Contact: Mark Farnham 6th Dan; mark@mftkd.co.uk
Brief Description: Learn the Martial Art of Tae Kwon Do in a fun friendly atmosphere. Classes for beginners of all ages. Please check our web site for details; FIRST SESSION FREE! We have been teaching Tae Kwon Do in East Anglia for 25 years.
 
Club: St Johns Football Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Jenny Cuthbertson; jennifer.cuthbertson@btinternet.com
Brief Description: St Johns has teams from under eight through to under 18 and two adult teams. The club has been established since 1978 and they play their football at Gainsborough Sports Centre, Whitton Sports Centre and Rushmere Sports Club. All our coaches are trained to FA Level One and we are a Charter Standard Club. St Johns Football Club helps young people to play football, which is very good for socialising, training and working as a team.
 
Club: Suffolk Disabled Anglers Forum
Contact: Ian Wood or Terry Reynolds; sdaf.iw@gmail.com
Brief Description: SDAF brings angling to all but focuses on disadvantaged groups, with the aim of helping them to become socially included. We encourage all ages to have a go. Our aims are: Exclude no one, Make learning fun, and Give everyone the chance to get to know and love the environment. We are a registered charity and have experencied anglers and qualified coaches to help you enjoy your day.
 
Club: Suffolk Orienteering Club
Contact: Clive Wilkinson; clive.sally@btinternet.com
Brief Description: Suffolk Orienteering Club runs orienteering events throughout Suffolk as well as taking part as a club in nationwide events in valleys, up dales and in cities. Orienteering is suitable for all ages and abilities and you can run, walk or probably hop around the course if you like.
 
Club: Suffolk Vikings Ski Team
Contact: Graham Cuthbert; info@suffolkvikings.org.uk
Brief Description: We operate from the facilities of Suffolk Leisure Park in Ipswich. Ages range from seven to 50+. A true club team - competitive, commited and family fun!
 
Club: The Woolpack Bowls Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Steve Henley; henleysteve@btinternet.com
Brief Description: A bowls club that puts more importance on social activity than results best sums up our club. We play league games on a Thursday and have club nights on a Monday and Tuesday. This club is ideal for beginners and social minded sportspeople. Our green is in Christchurch Park and our club house is the Woolpack Pub.
 
 
Club: Be Cool Running
Website: https://www.facebook.com/BeCoolRunning
Contact: Beatrice Schaer; beaschaer@becoolrunning.co.uk
Brief Description: Be Cool Running is a beginners and improvers running group currently organizing two runs per week in the Croydon area. A friendly and welcoming group of runners of varying abilities - from complete beginners to some runners who have recently finished their first 10k. The group is led by a runner and triathlete who started running herself only four years ago and has since decided to achieve a Running Leader / Coach qualification (via UK Athletics) to pass on her passion for the sport. Individual sessions and small group sessions can be organized as well.
 
Club: Combat Company
Website: http://www.combatcompany.co.uk
Contact: David Jenkins; info@combatcompany.co.uk
Brief Description:
The Combat Company has been open since 2006 and has consistently produced world class talent in Kickboxing ever since, including World Champions Alex Kennedy, Helen Bannan and Helena Martin. In 2010, the Combat Company began teaching Mixed Martial Arts and now boasts a complete Combat Sports program including Kickboxing, K1, Boxing, Wrestling, Judo and Brazilian Ju-Jitsu in addition to more traditional styles such as Karate and Kung Fu. We teach children aged 4-6 (Lil Dragons), 7-13 and 14+, with new beginners starting every week and new champions crowned every year! Our studio is atop Richmond Train Station and as such is not wheelchair accessible, but we are a deaf-friendly club and keen to do more for the local community!
 
Club: Godalming Town Foootball Club
Contact: Glenn Moulton; info@godalmingtownfc.co.uk
Brief Description: Football club with male, female and youth teams.
 
Club: Guildford Underwater Hockey Club
Website: http://www.guwh.co.uk
Contact: Keith; contact@guwh.co.uk
Brief Description: Underwater hockey is a fast and fun sport played with a puck at the bottom of a pool. It is is ideal for confident swimmers of any age / size / fitness who are bored with lane swimming, or want to play a team sport. The Guildford Underwater Hockey Club play twice a week in the Spectrum Leisure Centre in Guildford.  We have a main (mixed) adult team, a ladies team and several junior categories (U16, U13).
 
Club: Malden Manor Bowling Club
Website: N/A
Contact: Liz Pope (Hon. Secretary); postmaster@maldenmanorbc.co.uk
Brief Description: The Malden Manor Bowling Club is situated in Manor Park, Malden Road, KT3 6AU and is a thriving, friendly club offering bowling to men, women and juniors at all levels of experience, from those wishing to have a friendly roll-up to those playing competitively for the club or county. Coaching is available to new bowlers, free of charge, for a try-out period.
 
Club: MultiSports Woking
Contact: Grant Felix; woking@themultisportsgroup.co.uk
Brief Description: 18 different sports in a year, suitable for girls and boys of all abilities, from the age of 4 - 16 years. Classes held in Woking, Richmond, Mill Hill, Crouch End and Amersham. We look forward to welcoming you to MultiSports Woking. We are OFSTED registered, and can accept Child Care Vouchers. All of our staff are qualified coaches and have current DBS. Contact us on 0844 3350450 , by email or visit our website.
 
Club: Pin Point Tennis Team
Website: www.pinpointtennisteam.co.uk
Contact: Gemma Wiltshire; pinpointtennisteam@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: We are a coaching team providing tennis opportunities for all with our range of venues and groups. Our lessons run at Farnham Recreation Ground, Farnham Sports Centre, Ash Tennis Club, Farnham Memorial Hall and Folly Hill School. Pin Point Tennis Team provides lessons for people of all ages and abilities and are pleased to announce that our Wheelchair Tennis Lessons will be continuing. Our Groups include: Under 8's Red Level; 8 to 9 year-olds Orange Level; 10 to 16 year-olds Juniors; Adults; Wheelchair Tennis and Schools Tennis.
 
Club: Pin Point Tennis Team
Website: www.pinpointtennisteam.co.uk
Contact: Gemma; pinpointtennisteam@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: Our primary objective is to enable people to enjoy their tennis and to be able to achieve their full potential. We encourage good behaviour, fair play and sportsmanship. We run lessons for players of all ages and abilities at venues in and around Farnham, Surrey: Hale Recreation Ground, Farnham Sports Centre, Ash Tennis Club, Farnham Memorial Hall and Folly Hill School. Our coaches are fully qualified tennis coaches with experience in coaching players with disabilities, especially wheelchair players.
 
Club: Surrey Sports Parties
Website: http://www.surreysportsparties.co.uk
Contact: Nicholas Williams; nivwilliams@gmail.com
Brief Description: This club has been created to get children into sports at birthday parties. Young children can have a sports-themed party in combination with themes such as 'Frozen' and 'Lion King'. The club is growing to include regular weekend sports clubs and sports at events such as weddings. We are also increasing the number of coaches and childcare specialists. The club has a vision that all children should remain active and learn new and exciting skills to take further into their lives. The directors have relevant experience, one is a qualified sports coach and the other a public sector worker and also a school governor, leading on physical education and safeguarding.
 
Club: Topspin Monkeys
Contact: Andy Low; andy@topspinmonkeys.co.uk
Brief Description: Serving up a tennis programme for 2 - 6 year olds! Topspin Monkeys aims to create a fun and positive learning experience so children develop emotionally, physically and socially for everyday life. Using specially adapted tennis equipment, sessions include a series of activities and games which focus on the three areas of skill development in order to play tennis. They are Movement Skills, Ball Skills (improving hand eye coordination) and Racket Skills. Tennis incorporates striking, catching, throwing and running, which helps improve skills in other sports. Venues in Epsom, Weybridge, Cobham, West Ewell and East Horsley. Come and join the fun and learn to play tennis!
 
Club: Tora-Kai
Website: N/A
Contact: Adrian Pearman; adrian@torakaijudo.co.uk
Brief Description: Tora-Kai Judo Club was formed in the early 70ss from the amalgamation of three judo clubs. They all had different names so a Japanese Professor was asked to help suggest a name and Tora-Kai was chosen. Tora means tiger and in Japanese writing it actually looks like a tiger’s tail, and Kai means club. Tora-Kai Judo Club meets to provide an opportunity for youngsters, between the ages of five and fifteen years, to learn the art of Judo. The aim of the club is to promote judo in as safe an environment as possible. Children are not pushed to the limits of their ability in order to produce Olympic Champions, but are encouraged in the art of Judo in a friendly and fun environment. The Judo club is not just about learning self-defence, it is also about directing energy into something creative and constructive, building up self-confidence, co-ordination and learning to work with a partner or as part of a team.
 
 
 
Club: Cyclists Fighting Cancer
Website: www.cyclistsfc.org.uk
Contact: Camilla Harrison; info@cyclistsfc.org.uk
Brief Description: CFC gives new bikes, tandems and specially adapted trikes to children and young people who have been affected by cancer in the UK. Cycling is the best form of rehabilitative exercise, our bikes and trikes have a remarkable effect on the physical and mental health of this special population. CFC is a registered charity, totally funded by donations. Over the past five years, it's given over 1,000 bikes and trikes to children.
 
Club: Kids Run Free
Contact: Peter Welch; pete@kidsrunfree.co.uk
Brief Description: Kids Run Free is a Leamington based charity. We organise athletics events for children of all abilities aged 0-16 in parks and schools, all year round. All events are free. We aim to encourage participation, not just competition, and all children are given a reward after a race. Our events take place monthly. We try to make the events family occasions, encouraging parents to come along with their children, and make use of the recreational facilities in their neighbourhood. It is difficult to change mindsets. KidsRunFree work with communities to promote the holistic benefits of exercise and improving physical literacy. Kids Run Free aims to increase and sustain sports participation by starting with kids as young as possible. ‘Start Young, Stay Fit’!
 
Club: Strachan Football Foundation:
Website: www.strachanfootballfoundation.co.uk
Contact: Dan Elliott; Dan@strachanfootballfoundation.co.uk
Brief Description: A community interest not-for-profit organisation providing a football education programme to 16-19 year olds. We offer a lifeline to players released from professional academies and a stepping stone for players who haven't quite reached academy level football. We provide a full time college course of study from BTEC sport to advanced apprenticeships in sports development.
 
Club: Warwick Devils Cheerleading Squad
Contact: Beth Francis; b.h.francis@warwick.ac.uk
Brief Description: The Warwick Devils are the current UK University National Champions. We are made up of seven squads, six of which are competitive (one large stunt, three small stunt squads, pom dance and hip hop). We also hold open sessions, which all members of cheerleading through WarwickSport are welcome to attend in Westwood Games Hall at 4.30pm every Sunday in term-time.
 
 
Club: Centre Spot CIC
Contact: Emmanuel Abbeyquaye; manny@centrespot.org
Brief Description: Centre Spot CIC is a creative social enterprise that uses sports and physical activity to engage, and build the capabilities of, people - particularly young people. Centre Spot seeks to encourage the uptake of physical activity and improve the physical wellbeing of communities. We also marry sports and physical activity with regeneration projects, to re-ignite a passion for learning.
 
Club: Hampton-in-Arden Hockey Club
Contact: Andy Woolford, Chair; hamptonhockey@googlemail.com
Brief Description: Hampton-in-Arden Hockey Club is a thriving club with over 150 members, based at the sports ground in Hampton-in-Arden village, only 15 minutes from Coventry. We offer training and matches from juniors from the age of seven, right
up to veterans hockey.
 
Club: Kids Let's Dance - Baby, Toddler and Pre-school Dance and Movement Sessions
Contact: Hannah Krepski; hello@kidsletsdance.co.uk
Brief Description: Kids Let’s Dance teach the early beginnings of dance and movement activities to babies and young children from four months to five years old. Children can learn how they can move their bodies and exercise different parts in relation to music. Use of different themes, movement games and playing with various props and equipment such as musical instruments, ribbons, balls, the much-loved parachute and much more! We hold public classes, visit nurseries, pre-schools and childrens centres and can even hold a kids' dance party at a venue of your choice. Areas covered: Streetly, Sutton Coldfield, Mere Green, Great Barr and Walsall.
 
Club: Kids Run Free
Contact: Joanna Welch; info@kidsrunfree.co.uk
Brief Description: We aim to get young people excited and passionate about sport. We are dedicated to organising free running events for children across the UK. Start young, stay fit! We hold races in Leamington Spa, Solihull, Birmingham, Stratford and Coventry. We are hoping to expand to Northampton and Rugby very soon. Races are the first Saturday of each month and are completely free.
 
Club: Midlands Sailing Club
Website: www.midlandsailingclub.org.uk
Contact: The Membership Secretary; membership@midlandsailingclub.org.uk
Brief Description: Midland Sailing Club prides itself on being family-friendly, approachable and welcoming to visitors and new members. We sail on Edgbaston Reservoir, a local nature reserve, just a mile from Birmingham City Centre. To make it easier for you to get started in the sport, the club offers the RYA beginners' courses - Start Sailing, Basic Skills and Better Sailing - and a year's membership and club boat hire as a special package. This represents a considerable saving over individual costs. Sailing is not an expensive sport! For 2015, membership of Midland Sailing Club costs adults just £14.50 a month, students pay £6.75 and juniors £3.25. And you don't need to buy your own boat! The club has a fleet of boats that are available to members to use. Midland Sailing Club is a RYA Training Centre. We run RYA courses for beginners and for improvers, adults and juniors. Midland's Active Junior Squad meets every Saturday morning throughout the year and sails Optimists, Toppers, Feva XLs and Lasers. We offer training for absolute beginners and coaching for improvers through to committed racers. Club racing takes place every Saturday afternoon all year-round, and every Wednesday evening in the summer. If you have never raced, we will help you get started with our courses and coaching. We organise Sunday sailing in the summer months which enables people to practice their skills, cruise or just spend time having fun on the water in a safe, relaxed way.
 
Club: Moseley Ashfield Cricket Club
Contact: Susan Smith; susan.smith@stalbansacademy.org
Brief Description: Clubmark accredited cricket club founded in 1900, based three miles from the centre of Birmingham. Welcoming and inclusive club with three adult teams playing in the Warwickshire league and youth sections. New players are always welcome.
 
Club: Solihull Sports and Social Club
Website: www.solihullsportsandsocialclub.co.uk
Contact: Adam Lawrence; solihullsportsandsocialclub@gmail.com
Brief Description: A members' club that encourages sport and social activities and has an open door to potential new members, families and guests who want to visit and see what we have to offer. We're tucked away in Brick Kiln Lane off Widney Lane, and have been around for over forty years. Over time,  we have developed into a social club that is used and managed by its members from the local community. We are open to all who are interested in sport and social activities. There are no restrictions to membership and the club is reliant on the wide network of members for support, with no ties to local authorities or local businesses. We actively seek sponsorship for our sport and social events and run our organisation independently on behalf of the membership and the communities that support us. If you visit us and like what you see, then you are welcome to join as a member, when you'll be able to use the full facilities (as will your family and occasional social guests). We have a wide range of sports on offer (for all ages), from lawn bowls on a superb green, competitive league teams in the cricket section and thriving snooker and darts teams. There is friendly rivalry at the competition level and very social participation in all the other activities. The choice to participate in activities or relax and watch or just have a quiet drink in the bar lounge is entirely the ethos of the club approach. Fees for club membership are displayed on the club's website.
 
Club: Stageworks and Danceworks
Contact: Emma Hobbis; emma_brain@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Danceworks and Stageworks are products of E.L.B Workshops LTD, we are a company who provide and deliver affordable dance workshops, classes and clubs to all age groups in education from 3-18 years. We currently work in many
schools in the Midlands. Classes are delivered by enthusiastic, professional and fully qualified dance coaches, who are CRB checked. All our classes encourage children to get active and motivated through warm up activities. Throughout the sessions children learn dance routines and we aim to build their confidence, skills, self-expression, fitness, fun, creative development and team work.
 
Club: West Midlands Wheelchair Basketball
Website: N/A
Contact: Alison Flower; westmidsass@yahoo.co.uk
Brief Description: Regional Association affiliated to our NGB, we aim to encourage clubs to grow and provide an outlet for all to play and develop at their own pace.
 
Club: Windmill Amateur Boxing Club
Contact: Mohammad A Abdullah; windmillabc@hotmail.com
Brief Description: Amateur boxing club, run by volunteers for the youth and community. Twitter: @windmillABC
 
 
Club:  Chichester Olympic Gymnastic Club
Contact: Darryl Wulff; info@chichestergymnastics.co.uk
Brief Description: We were established in 1987 by our founder and a group of dedicated parents as a non-profit organisation. We are recognised by British Gymnastics and the English Gymnastics Association. Our goal at C.O.G.C is to provide the benefits of gymnastic training for all ages and to increase the awareness and participation in the sport of gymnastics. C.O.G.C. has both recreational and competitive programs and offers a variety of classes from general fitness to Competitive Squad. C.O.G.C. coaches are dynamic, high energy, attentive and reliable. They are committed to develop a disciplined environment to facilitate learning and minimize disruption. Our coaches go the extra mile for your children. All aspects of fitness and physical development are involved in gymnastics. Flexibility, strength, agility and power are all incorporated into gymnastics training. Basic coordination and spatial awareness are also special aspects all gymnasts develop. It is our goal at C.O.G.C to provide instruction with SAFETY, FUN, FITNESS and FUNDAMENTALS in mind. We are GymMark Accredited, which means that we are nationally recognised as providing a safe, effective and child-friendly environment to all our members.
 
Club: Southwick Hockey Club
Website: http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/southwickhockeyclub/
Contact: Saul Mumford; southwickhockeypress@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Small, friendly hockey team in Sussex - we have four men's teams, two ladies' sides and a juniors' team. Happy to take on beginners, those coming back to the game or those new to the area.
 
 
Club: Castleford RUFC
Contact: Stephen Ball; stephenball85@live.com
Brief Description: Castleford Rugby Union Football Club is a family-based rugby club and we pride ourselves on a long history, warm hospitality and providing rugby opportunities to players from 5 to 55+ to embrace our legacy but to look to the future with confidence.
 
 
Club: Aero Badminton Club / Aero Juniors Badminton Club
Website: www.aerobc.com
Contact: Mr David Preston; aerobc@hotmail.co.uk
Brief Description: Aero Badminton Club is striving to become Wiltshire's most inclusive badminton club. We are a Club Mark / Club Future Club, and operate in three venues in two towns, have links to three schools, run an after school club, and have recently won funding to develop a disabled badminton session in Wiltshire. Aero BC is also working on a joint project with the National Autistics Society called 'Badmintism,' bringing vunerable young adults with autistic spectrum disorders into sport. Aero BC is a large yet friendly club where everyone is welcome. Aero BC is also a partner of Wiltshire Council's innovative time credits scheme, whereby volunteers earn time credits for every hour they volunteer within the club, and can then spend these credits in local attractions and other sports. Aero BC is one of only five badminton clubs in Wiltshire to have Club Mark, one of only 10 in England / Wales to have inclusive status for disabled clubs, and one of only 30 in the UK to have been selected by Badminton England to develop its Club Evolution project (the only such club in Wiltshire).
 
Club: Beanacre and Melksham Cricket Club
Contact: Andy Footner; andyfootner@blueyonder.co.uk
Brief Description:  Cricket Club providing social and competitive cricket for all ages and abilities.
 
Club: Five Rivers Indoor Bowls Club
Contact: Anne; aclason@btinternet.com
Brief Description: A four rink indoor bowls club in Tollgate Road adjacent to the snooker club. Open daily from 9.00am to 10.30pm from September to April, and Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9.00am to 11.30am from April to September. Members play league, friendlies and club / national competitions. Wheelchair  and other handicapped members encouraged to participate in all aspects of the sport. Any interested person can have a one hour introductory session and three coaching sessions before joining. Equipment is provided for these sessions.
 
Club: WILTSHIRE WILDCATS WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL CLUB
Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wiltshire-Wildcats-Wheelchair-Basketball-Club/197848843599983?sk=info
Contact: LORRAINE NORMAN; wildcatswbb@live.co.uk
Brief Description: Wiltshire Wildcats Wheelchair Basketball Club was founded in 2009 by a group of mothers, who wanted to provide their disabled children with a regular opportunity to play sport. Three years on, the club is a self-sustaining group which trains at Tidworth Leisure Centre every Saturday from 2pm to 4pm during term time. Sessions are mainly aimed at young people from aged eight upwards, yet we encourage those aged 18+ to help with the coaching. Players build up their wheelchair handling, passing and shooting skills through fun games and activities. Sessions always finish with a game to practise all the skills learnt. Participants don’t have to be wheelchair users to play; we welcome those keen to play from all backgrounds of disability, including those with learning difficulties. Siblings are always welcome to join in as this makes it truly inclusive and particularly competitive! In 2010, the work of the club in providing sport for young disabled people and their siblings was recognised,when we were given the ‘Most Inclusive Club’ award at the Wiltshire and Swindon Sports Awards. In late 2011, five players, who started playing wheelchair basketball with the club, were selected to represent the South West Regional Team at the National Championships. As skill increases we can often signpost young players to other more competitive regional clubs to further their ability and so they can experience a greater level of competition. Everyone can enjoy this fast-paced and exciting Paralympic sport. As the only club in Wiltshire/hampshire,of its type, this is a fantastic opportunity for local children with a disability to experience team work and gain in self confidence. Both parents and children benefit from the support of being part of the club family. At present, most parents are taking an active role in helping to advertise and promote the Wiltshire Wildcats. Making the public aware of our club is paramount to its sustainability and future development. It will also  ensure that children and the wider community have the opportunity to experience a wheelchair sport. One club member has said the club has enabled them to find an interest, develop  skills and confidence. Another has said he has finally achevied something and is very proud. A further member is quoted as saying "I look forward to basketball every week". Many parents have agreed that we have found and filled a gap in providing disabled children the opportunity to play a wheelchair sport in a safe environment where their level of ability is not an issue.
 
 
Club: Evesham Hockey Club
Contact: Andy Osborne; aosborne@eveshamhockey.org.uk
Brief Description: Two men’s league sides, a 'Badgers' youth development side (under 16s), a junior section (under 12s) and a mid-week veterans side.
 
Club: Fit4Less Redditch
Contact: Sundaresen Rungasamy; sundaresen.rungasamy@f4l.com
Brief Description: Fit4Less Redditch is a fitness club managed by people passionate about health and fitness and who believe that sport should be accessible to everyone! All our staff are very into fitness! We cater for the community. We have members with all kind of challenges, even with light mobility. The club can be accessed with a wheelchair. We are looking to work with people who have mental problems to help to get them back on track. Sport has no frontiers and knows no colour.
 
Club: Stourport Sports Club
Website: http://www.stourportsportsclub.co.uk/
Contact: Sarah Jennings; info@stourportsportsclub.co.uk
Brief Description: Stourport Sports Club offers the opportunity of first class sports facilities to all its members and the whole community. With a top of the range cycle circuit, athletics track, three artificial surfaces suitable for hockey and football, indoor and outdoor netball and tennis facilities, Stourport Sports Club really is a place for the whole family to come and enjoy their sport together. As well as the sports facilities we also offer a pleasant surrounding to socialize, meet friends and family. We have a Sports Bar with Sky TV as well as a function room that can be booked for a range of events from Christenings and Weddings through to 80th birthday parties and keep fit classes. Whatever your event, we can cater for you. For corporate bookings, we also have a meeting room available for hire or for larger conferences the Phoenix Suite may be more suitable.