Contact Paul Ramskill, our Public Health Improvement Manager for information about inclusive sports and activities:

Inclusive sport guide

Download our inclusive sport guide for ideas about how to make sport more inclusive for disabled people and those with additional needs.

Useful inclusive sports websites

  • British Blind Sport (BBS) provides sport and recreation for blind and partially sighted people
  • (Cerebral Palsy) CP Sport England and Wales promotes and seeks to increase sport and physical recreational opportunities for people with a disability and especially those who have cerebral palsy
  • AccessAble provides free detailed accessibility information for venues across the UK and the Republic of Ireland
  • Activity Alliance is working to make active lives possible with a vision that disabled people are active for life; they are working to develop sporting opportunities for the 11 million disabled people in England
  • Mencap Sport provides sport for people with learning disabilities
  • ParalympicsGB, the British Paralympic Association (BPA), is a registered charity which is responsible for selecting, preparing, entering, funding and managing Britain's teams at the Paralympic Games and Paralympic Winter Games
  • Special Olympics Great Britain is the country's largest provider of a year-round sports training and competition programme for all people with learning disabilities
  • UK Deaf Sport aims to encourage deaf people to participate, enjoy and excel at sport
  • UK Sports Association for People with a Learning Disability encourages the development of sustainable, integrated quality sports provision for people with learning disability from grass roots through to elite international opportunities

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