Find a Sport That’s Right For You

Our aim is to enable disabled people within the host boroughs to find a route into sports and physical activities – and there have never been more sporting opportunities for disabled people than right now. Motivate East is here to provide information and guidance on which sports are available and where to try new sports

Social Dancing on ‘Strictly Wednesdays’

Join Step Change Studios for a fun, engaging 7-week programme of seated dance! Participants will learn to move to different Latin and Ballroom rhythms in a supportive, friendly social class for adults of all ages and abilities. The programe starts on 25 October, see the attached leaflet for more details.

Become a Para-Legacy Agent

Want to be part of Motivate East? We’re currently recruiting Para-Legacy Agents, the volunteers who help us deliver inclusive sports opportunities in the community.   But hurry, you only have this week to apply! More details are in the attached leaflet.

Learning Disability Tennis

Come along to Learning Disability Tennis at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre. Have fun and make new friends playing tennis. Takes place every Sunday 13:00 – 14:00, more details are on the attached leaflet but please note you will need to book at visitleevalley.org.uk/hockeytennis

Parallel London, 3 September

  Parallel London is a fully accessible fun run and free family festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday, 3 September 2017. There’s a 10km, 5km, 1km, 100m and the Super Sensory 1km. All ages and abilities. No cut off times. Everybody running side by side. Check out the video for a taste of

Parallel London – 3 September

Parallel London is a fully accessible fun run and free family festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday 3 September 2017!   There’s a 10km, 5km, 1km, 100m and the Super Sensory 1km.   All ages and abilities. No cut off times. Everybody running side by side.   Sign up today for a cause

Disability Inclusion Training Day – 14 July

Deadline for booking place/s is: Friday 7th July 2017 at 3pm A perfect day for strategic leads, coaches and volunteers from any sport and physical activity organisations and clubs keen to enhance their knowledge of working with disabled people. Course attendees will also have the opportunity to practically adapt sport and physical activity sessions to

Liberty Festival – 15 July

We’re only a few weeks away until this year’s Liberty Festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park!   Come along on Saturday, 15 July from 1330 to enjoy the best of Deaf and disability arts plus sport.  It’s completely free to attend and all ages are welcome.  For more details, see the attached leaflet.