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14th November 2017 Health and Wellbeing

Sportability

The Sportability Club provides young people from 5 years and above who have a range of disabilities and learning disabilities with the opportunity to take part in a range of sporting activities including Football, Tag Rugby, Tennis, Cricket, Athletics and many more.

The project aims to make a positive difference in the lives of disabled children and young people within the North East through the provision of high quality disability sports opportunities, inspiring children and young people to participate in activities and improving their perception surrounding disability sport.

The project runs weekly, on a Wednesday, 17.00-18.00 at Riverside Sports Centre

This project is run in partnership with Foundation of Light and Integrating Children.

For more information please contact Wendy, 07415380040

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