British Blind sport enables partially sighted people to have access to a range of sporting activities across the UK
Sport England are committed to get everyone active regardless of ability or circumstance. They host clubs across the whole of England as well as provide grants for local clubs to continue their great work.
The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust takes young people aged between 8-24 sailing to help them regain their confidence, on their way to recovery from cancer, leukaemia and other serious illness.
Everybody Dance, with support from Brent Sports Service, has started a wheelchair dance sport club in Brent. Learn Ballroom and Latin Dance steps for wheelchair users and friends. The dance can be done with two wheelchair users or a wheelchair user and a standing partner.
A registered charity that aims to encourage deaf people to participate in, enjoy and excel at sport. They provide information on deaf sporting events throughout the UK.
The Tennis Foundation are Britain’s leading tennis charity. They believe anybody can play tennis.
Sailing takes many forms; you can cruise, race or simply potter around in all kinds of boats, on the sea or inland water. It is one of the very few sports in which able-bodied sailors and disabled sailors can participate on equal terms.
The Para World Sailing Committee is responsible for sailing for people with disabilities worldwide. The committee is responsible for the Paralympic Sailing Programme including Events and Equipment selection. It promotes, assesses and supports programmes for disabled sailing run by their Member National Authorities (MNAs) .
The Handcycling Association of The UK (HandcyclingUK) promotes handcycling as a sport and as a recreational activity. Handcycling is great exercise and helps keep you in good physical shape.
The British Wheelchair Racing Association (BWRA) is the governing body for wheelchair racing in Great Britain actively promoting participation, equality and governance for disabled people in this exciting sport.
Sitting volleyball has grown to be one of the more popular Paralympic sports due to the fast and exciting action. At club level, the game offers both disabled and non-disabled players the opportunity to compete both with and against each other