Following the success of our first ever Inclusive Sports Coaching Week, we’ve running it again, starting 16 March. There’s a fantastic range of free courses available, but places are limited, so book now! To book go to /inclusivecoachingweek/
Have you been to any of the events organised by Core Arts yet? It’s a fantastic charity based in Hackney that seeks to promote the artistic and creative abilities of people who experience severe and enduring mental health issues. Core Arts has a range of great events all throughout the week, why not check out
Put Sunday 9 August in your diary for the Greenwich Get Active Disability Day. Activities include football, wheelchair tennis and much more. The event includes visits from London 2012 bronze medallist Ben Quilter and triple Paralympian Andy Barrow! More details are on the attached leaflet.
There’s an Inclusive Sports Camp taking place at Sport House, Dagenham from 16-20 February. The camp is suitable for young people with a disability aged 8-19, and details can be found on the enclosed leaflet.
For half term next week why not come and try out a range of Paralympic Sports at the Timber Lodge in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. There are free hands on sessions, and all ages and abilities are catered for! More details can be found on the attached leaflet.
On Sunday 7th September, Motivate East had the great pleasure of attending the Chrisp Street Festival! Held at Chrisp Street Market, East London, the event had a wide range of activities for the whole community, including live music, comedy, donkey rides, a fair ground, pop up food stalls and beach games. We went along with
After the success of last year’s event, National Paralympic Day is back on Saturday 30th August! In the perfect surroundings of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, National Paralympic Day 2014 will play host to a whole range of community sports to try, such as wheelchair basketball, athletics, boccia and siting volleyball, as well as flow yoga
Have you ever considered Tai Chi as a way to relax and de-stress? With funding from Motivate East, Map Squad have recently been running Tai Chi sessions coached by experts for people with learning disabilities, and they’ve been a great success. By running sessions over the space of a few weeks, Map Squad introduced almost
Mayfield Tennis Club in partnership with Access Sport Ignite Programme are providing pan-disability tennis sessions (short tennis in the event of poor weather) on Saturday afternoons between 12:00 and 1:00pm. All sessions are delivered by fully qualified coaches and experienced volunteers, and all sessions are open to both experienced and in-experienced players. Equipment is provided, and
On Thursday, November 28th Newham Leisure Centre opened its doors to host our Inclusive Sports Open Day, an opportunity for local adults to experiment with a wide range of disability sports. With expert coaches on hand and an array of disability sports equipment available, everyone who came was given the chance to try out a