A very resourceful accessibility guide is available on the Disability Holiday Information website, which details all the accessible sport and physical activity around Shropshire Telford & Wrekin. This guide has been created by Frank Napper, a wheelchair user himself, with help from his wife and other members of the Disability Holiday Information group. This website has been designed to give travellers with all disabilities and mobility issues suitable information on accessible holiday accommodation and provide the perfect opportunity for disabled people to plan a holiday, a short break or just a day out.
A copy of this guide can be downloaded from their website, click here.
The ‘All In’ Short Breaks programme is about providing after-school, weekend and school holiday events and activities for children and young people living in Shropshire with a disability or additional need – children who have, or would experience, difficulty attending groups, clubs or facilities without support. These are funded sessions that allow children with disabilities to get fit, by engaging in different sports and physical activity, whilst giving parents a short break. They are free of charge sessions and currently run at Shrewsbury sports village, Quarry Swimming and Fitness Centre; and Oswestry swimming centre.
To find out more about these sessions, click here visit the Website.
The National Governing Body for disabled people in sport and physical activity throughout England is the English Federation of Disability Sport. Dedicated to the provision of disabled sport at all levels of participation, this charity has great influences within disability sport and physical activity in England. The charity engages with a range of disability organisations in order to fully support the sport sector and provide all disabled people with many opportunities to get involved in sport.
Visit the website to learn more about the work they do, click here.
The inclusion Club Hub is a very helpful tool developed by the English Federation of Disability Sport. The tool can be used in a few different ways but all aim to improve the provision and accessibility of disability sport in the UK. The tool can be used by clubs to evaluate how inclusive they are, and can help with club development and improvement in areas if necessary.
Click here to find out the ways the Inclusion Club Hub can help your club now.
Blind or Visually Impaired Cricket (British Blind Sport)
|British Association for Cricketers with Disabilities (BACD)|
|British Wheelchair Bowls Association|
|English Cricket Board / Disability|
|Cricket Federation for People with Disabilities (CFPD)|
|Dwarf Athletics Association|
|English Cricket Association for the Deaf (ECAD)|
|English Federation of Disability Sport|
|Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby Association|
|ITF Wheelchair Tennis|
|Special Olympics GB|
|The British Tennis Foundation|
|Shropshire County Disability Cricket|
|UK Deaf Sport|
British Blind Sport