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There are many different types of sport and physical recreation activity that people with a disability can get involved with and take part in across Northern Ireland. Please use the search function below to find an opportunity near you. If you know of a local club, group or opportunity not listed, please get in touch and let us know so we can add it onto our database.

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  • Fit 4 U 2 – Armagh (Physical Activities and Sports for adults with a Learning Disability)

    Fit 4 U 2 seeks to empower people with learning disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, exercise, badminton, boxercise, walking and team games. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants. Thursday afternoons at Orchard Leisure Centre.

    Orchard Leisure Centre, 37-39 Folly Ln, Armagh BT60 1AT
    The service is available to adults (aged 18 plus) who have a learning disability and live in the Southern Trust area. Fit 4 U 2 operates via referral. For more information on the referral process please contact Rhonda Richardson, Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Tel. 028 3756 4490 or email rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net The Fit 4 U Project is funded by the Public Health Agency and led by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust in partnership with other organisations
    Directions
  • Fit 4 U 2 – Banbridge (Physical Activities and Sports for adults with a Learning Disability)

    Fit 4 U 2 seeks to empower people with learning disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, exercise, badminton, boxercise, walking and team games. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants. Thursday mornings at Banbridge Leisure Centre.

    Banbridge Leisure Centre, 15 Downshire Pl, Banbridge BT32 3JY
    The service is available to adults (aged 18 plus) who have a learning disability and live in the Southern Trust area. Fit 4 U 2 operates via referral. For more information on the referral process please contact Rhonda Richardson, Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Tel. 028 3756 4490 or email rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net The Fit 4 U Project is funded by the Public Health Agency and led by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust in partnership with other organisations.
    Directions
  • Fit 4 U 2 – Craigavon (Physical Activities and Sports for adults with a Learning Disability)

    Fit 4 U 2 seeks to empower people with learning disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, exercise, badminton, boxercise, walking and team games. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants. Wednesday afternoons at Craigavon Leisure Centre.

    Craigavon Leisure Centre, Brownlow Rd, Craigavon BT65 6DL
    The service is available to adults (aged 18 plus) who have a learning disability and live in the Southern Trust area. Fit 4 U 2 operates via referral. For more information on the referral process please contact Rhonda Richardson, Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Tel. 028 3756 4490 or email rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net The Fit 4 U Project is funded by the Public Health Agency and led by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust in partnership with other organisations.
    Directions
  • Fit 4 U 2 - Dungannon (Physical Activities and Sports for adults with a Learning Disability)

    Fit 4 U 2 seeks to empower people with learning disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, exercise, badminton, boxercise, walking and team games. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants. Wednesday mornings at Dungannon Leisure Centre.

    Dungannon Leisure Centre, Circular Rd, Dungannon BT71 6BH
    The service is available to adults (aged 18 plus) who have a learning disability and live in the Southern Trust area. Fit 4 U 2 operates via referral. For more information on the referral process please contact Rhonda Richardson, Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Tel. 028 3756 4490 or email rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net The Fit 4 U Project is funded by the Public Health Agency and led by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust in partnership with other organisations.
    Directions
  • Fit 4 U 2 - Newry (Physical Activities and Sports for adults with a Learning Disability)

    Fit 4 U 2 seeks to empower people with learning disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, exercise, badminton, boxercise, walking and team games. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants. Tuesday afternoon at Newry Sports Centre.

    Newry Sports Centre, 61 Patrick St, Newry BT35 8TR
    The service is available to adults (aged 18 plus) who have a learning disability and live in the Southern Trust area. Fit 4 U 2 operates via referral. For more information on the referral process please contact Rhonda Richardson, Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Tel. 028 3756 4490 or email rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net The Fit 4 U Project is funded by the Public Health Agency and led by the Southern Health and Social Care Trust in partnership with other organisations.
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  • Coleraine Strikers Disability Football

    The Harry Gregg Foundation in partnership with the IFA, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Ulster University and Coleraine Football Club will deliver football for males and females with a learning and/or physical disability. Our qualified coaching team will ensure that all participators will have an enjoyable and learning experience within a team environment. It is open to male and female with a learning or physical disability and will be held at the Sports Hall, Ulster Univeristy, Coleraine. Ages 7 - 14 - every Wednesday, 6 - 7pm Ages 15+ - every Wednesday, 7 - 8pm

    Ulster University, Coleraine campus, Cromore Rd, Coleraine, County Londonderry BT52 1SA
    To register please contact admin@harrygregg.com, or telephone Derek on 07801260939.
    Directions
  • Co. Antrim Archery Club

    Inclusive archery club based in Larne Co. Antrim Archery Centre Unit 20 Stylus Business Park Old Glenarm Road Larne BT401NP

    Co. Antrim Archery Centre, Unit 20 Stylus Business Park, Old Glenarm Road, Larne, BT401NP
    Robin Brown - 07732325318
    Directions
  • Foyle Valley Archery Club

    Inclusive Archery Club based in Limavady

    The Vale Centre, Clooney Road, Greysteel, Limavady, BT47 3GE
    George Heath - 077 83882537
    Directions
  • Elite Archery Club

    Inclusive archery club based in Bangor, Co. Down. Elite Archery Range Unit 3/4 6B Balloo Drive Bangor BT19 7QY

    Unit 3/4 6B Balloo Drive, Bangor, BT19 7QY
    Michael Fisher - 028 9147786
    Directions
  • iCan Judo

    iCAN Judo in conjuction with Hazama Judo Club and Judo Assist Ireland. iCAN Judo sessions are specifically developed for children with a variety of special needs. Sessions are run on a weekly basis and are fully inclusive.

    Maghaberry Community Centre, Maghaberry, Lisburn, BT67 0JG
    Mark Spence on 07851603860 or hazama@hotmail.co.uk
    Directions
  • Southern Trust Fit 4 U Project (Armagh)

    The Fit 4 U Project seeks to empower people with physical/sensory disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, chair based exercise, tennis, boxercise, walking and golf. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants and can be practiced from a seated position in a chair or standing.

    Orchard Leisure Centre, 37-39 Folly Ln, Armagh BT60 1AT
    A Referral form is available from Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Rhonda Richardson, Tel: 028 3756 4490, Mobile: 077 87434256 or email: rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net
    Directions
  • Southern Trust Fit 4 U Project (Newry)

    The Fit 4 U Project seeks to empower people with physical/sensory disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, chair based exercise, tennis, boxercise, walking and golf. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants and can be practiced from a seated position in a chair or standing.

    Newry Leisure Cente, 61 Patrick Street, Newry, County Down, BT35 8TR
    A Referral form is available from Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Rhonda Richardson, Tel: 028 3756 4490, Mobile: 077 87434256 or email: rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net
    Directions
  • Southern Trust Fit 4 U Project (Craigavon)

    The Fit 4 U Project seeks to empower people with physical/sensory disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, chair based exercise, tennis, boxercise, walking and golf. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants and can be practiced from a seated position in a chair or standing.

    Craigavon Leisure Centre, Brownlow Road BT65 6DL
    A Referral form is available from Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Rhonda Richardson, Tel: 028 3756 4490, Mobile: 077 87434256 or email: rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net
    Directions
  • Southern Trust Fit 4 U Project (Dungannon)

    The Fit 4 U Project seeks to empower people with physical/sensory disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, chair based exercise, tennis, boxercise, walking and golf. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants and can be practiced from a seated position in a chair or standing.

    Dungannon Leisure Centre, Circular Rd, Dungannon, County TyroneBT71 6BH
    A Referral form is available from Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Rhonda Richardson, Tel: 028 3756 4490, Mobile: 077 87434256 or email: rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.ne
    Directions
  • Southern Trust Fit 4 U Project (Banbridge)

    The Fit 4 U Project seeks to empower people with physical/sensory disabilities to improve their health through participation in a range of physical activity and leisure opportunities, which promote independence and citizenship. Activities available include archery, boccia, new age kurling, chair based exercise, tennis, boxercise, walking and golf. All activities are adapted to best meet the needs of participants and can be practiced from a seated position in a chair or standing.

    Banbridge Leisure Centre,15 Downshire Pl, Banbridge, County Down BT32 3JY
    A Referral form is available from Fit 4 U Co-ordinator, Rhonda Richardson, Tel: 028 3756 4490, Mobile: 077 87434256 or email: rhonda.richardson@southerntrust.hscni.net
    Directions
  • Blind & Partially Sighted Swimming Group

    An opportunity for anyone in the Newtownabbey and surrounding areas to take part in swimming. A swim group for adults with sight loss who are water competent (don’t have to be competent swimmers) Meet each Friday morning at 9.15am in foyer of Valley Leisure Centre, Newtownabbey. Cost £1.70 each, Sighted guides can attend free.

    Valley Leisure Centre, 40 Church Rd, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 7LJ
    Anyone wishing for further details can contact Sharon McClure at Beeches Community Services 94424322 or 07951746093.
    Directions
  • Angel Eyes NI

    Their Vision is that every blind and partially sighted child in Northern Ireland will have equal opportunities in life to fully achieve their dreams, aspirations and potential. Their Purpose is to support parents and their families with blind and partially sighted children with the tools to empower them to create a future for their child to realise their full potential. To achieve their purpose they combine a range of services from providing emotional support, timely information, practical help, advocacy and lobbying to ensure parents are supported through every step of their child's life.

    2 Rivers Edge 13-15 Ravenhill Road Belfast BT6 8DN
    Tel: 028 90453297 Chair - Frances Hill - 077 7576 2096 Interim Manager - Sara McCracken - 07775 873072 Administrator - Frances Floyd 029 90453297 Mon-Fri, 10-2 Out of hours contact - 074114 88897
    Directions
  • Newtownabbey Kickers

    Football Club for children aged between 5-16 Years with Learning Disabilities. They train at the Valley Leisure Centre on Sundays from 2pm-3pm in the main hall.

    40 Church Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim, BT36 7LJ
    Contact Fergie on 07460498513, EMAIL: newtownabbeykickers@gmail.com
    Directions
  • Little Stars Swimming Classes

    Little Stars Classes for children with a learning or physical disability. For children from 5-10 years old. Valley Leisure Centre Tuesday nights 6.30pm for beginners and 7.00pm for improvers 6 week courses first started 9th September and will finish 14th October 2014. Each course runs for 6 weeks. There is a waiting list. Cost £22.20 per child

    Valley Leisure Centre, 40 Church Rd, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 7LJ
    Contact: Pat Gault (swimming co-ordinator) pgault@newtownabbey.gov.uk Tel : 90340248
    Directions
  • Over 50’s Ten Pin Bowling Programme in Cookstown

    Over 50's Ten Pin Bowling Programme Venue: Cookstown Leisure Centre Date: Every Thursday from 4th Sept - 30th Oct 2014 Time: 11am-12.30pm Open to all abilities, so come along and enjoy the fun & games. Spaces are limited - please book early. To Register - Contact Active Communities Coaches - Stephen McElhatton/Kathleen Brogan T: 028 8676 7135

    Cookstown Leisure Centre BT80 8QF
    Coaches - Stephen McElhatton/Kathleen Brogan T: 028 8676 7135
    Directions
  • Castlerahan Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Castlerahan, Co. Cavan.

    St Josephs Hall, Castlerahan, Co. Cavan
    Philip Murdock - philomurdock1970@yahoo.co.uk
    Directions
  • Newbliss Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Newbliss, Co Monaghan

    Newbliss Union Hall, Main St, Newbliss, Co Monaghan
    Thomas McConkey - mcconkey@eircom.net
    Directions
  • Newmills Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Dungannon.

    Newmills Presbyterian Church, Dugannon
    Gillian Richardson - richardsongillian@googlemail.com
    Directions
  • Donegal Table Tennis Academy

    Table Tennis Club based in Manorcunningham, Co. Donegal

    Ray Community Centre, Ray, Manorcunningham, Co. Donegal
    Martin Pyper - pyperplumbingandheating@eircom.net
    Directions
  • Coleraine Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis club based in Coleraine

    Coleraine Baptist Church, Abbey St, Coleraine
    Brian Bonnar - bbonnar@doctors.org.uk
    Directions
  • Ballyclare Methodist Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Ballyclare

    Main St Ballyclare
    Andrew Foreman - awforeman@mac.com
    Directions
  • Foyle Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis club based in Derry/Londonderry

    Templemore Sports Complex, Buncrana Rd, Derry/Londonderry
    Cyril Morrison - csmorrison@ymail.com
    Directions
  • Ormeau Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in the Ormeau area of South Belfast.

    Ormeau Bowls Pavilion, Belfast
    Keith Knox - 07557658610
    Directions
  • Ballymoney Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Ballymoney

    Seymour St, Ballymoney
    Brian Orr - 07729755920
    Directions
  • Banbridge Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis club based in Banbridge, Co. Down

    Meeting House Rd, Banbridge
    Jim Sterling - 02892692369
    Directions
  • Academy Strongtower Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis club based in Ballymena.

    Ballymena Academy, Galgorm Rd, Ballymena
    Norman McBride - 02825642060
    Directions
  • Errigal Eagles

    Tag Rugby Club based in Finn Valley and Letterkenny. Club meets: Sundays 12:30 - 1:30 at Letterkenny RFC Age group: 6 years with no upper age limit.

    Glebe, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland
    Gerard Doherty - 00353867355536
    Directions
  • Donaghadee Seaside Sharkies

    www.donaghadee-rugby.com Club meets: Tuesdays 7-8pm (Sept - Nov and March - June) Age Group: 8 years with no upper age limit.

    Newtownards Rd, Donaghadee, Down BT21 0DY
    Kerry Crawford - 07734211564
    Directions
  • Valley Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Newtownabbey for male and female players aged 7 and older

    Valley Leisure Centre, 40 Church Rd, Newtownabbey BT36 7LJ
    Andrew Dennison Email: Andrew.dennison@btinternet.com Telephone: 07740685229
    Directions
  • Down Special Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Downpatrick for male and female players with a learning disability.

    Ballymote Centre, 40 Killough Rd, Downpatrick, BT30 6PY
    Frank Donnelly Email: frankdonnelly@fsmail.net
    Directions
  • Omagh Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis Club based in Omagh for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    St Columbas Church of Ireland Hall, Church St, Omagh.
    Richard Meyler, Email: Richardmeyler@hotmail.co.uk
    Directions
  • Ballygalley Boccia Club

    Boccia is a Paralympic Sport played in over 40 countries worldwide. Boccia can be played by individuals, pairs or teams of 3 players. The aim of the game is to throw leather balls - coloured red or blue as close as possible to the white target ball or jack. The balls can be propelled with hands, feet, or sometimes with an assisted device.

    Ballygalley
    Alix McDowell, Email: alixmcdowell@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Craigavon Boccia Club

    Boccia is a Paralympic Sport, played in over 40 countries worldwide. Boccia can be played by individuals, pairs or in a team of three players. The aim of the game is to throw leather balls - coloured red or blue as close as possible to the target ball or jack. The ball can be propelled with hands or feet or sometimes with an assisted device.

    Craigavon Leisure Centre, Brownlow Rd, Craigavon
    Colleen Murray, Inclusive Sports & Leisure Officer Email: colleenmurray@dsni.co.uk Telephone: 02838341333
    Directions
  • Craigavon Cyclones Wheelchair Basketball Club

    A new initiative through the Craigavon Inclusive Sports & Leisure Programme. This new club is for people with physical disabilities who are interested in learning the skills of Wheelchair Basketball. Wheelchair Basketball is a dynamic sport played by a range of people with physical disabilities* (and some without disabilities, usually friends or brothers/sisters of the person with a disability) * Spinal injuries, lower limb amputees, MS, SB, CP, Brittle Bones, Club Foot, Permanent Sports Injuries to knees/hips/Ankles REM: You DO NOT have to be a permanent wheelchair user to play Wheelchair Basketball. Sports Wheelchairs are available for use at the sessions.

    Craigavon Leisure Centre, Brownlow Rd, Craigavon BT65 5DL
    Colleen Murray T: 077 6925 0885 colleenmurray@dsni.co.uk for information on the club sessions.
    Directions
  • Craigavon Inclusive Leisure Project

    A partnership between DSNI, Sport NI & Craigavon Borough Council to provide opportunities for people with disabilities. Introduction to the Fitness Suite facilities at Craigavon Leisure Centre plus Weekly activity programmes.

    Colleen Murray T:077 6925 0885 colleenmurray@dsni.co.uk
    Directions
  • 174 Trust Disability Project

    Weekly activities for young people with disabilities.

    Linda Duffy T:9074 7114 linda@174trust.org
    Directions
  • Cedar Foundation ‘On Yer Bike’ Project

    Providing opportunities for people with disabilities to try out different types of cycles - Trikes, Tandems, Social Tandems & handcycles.

    Sergio Dominguez 02890 461834 S.Dominguez@cedar-foundation.org
    Directions
  • Wheelchair Bowls Northern Ireland

    Wheelchair Bowls sessions at Shaw's Bridge Indoor Bowling Centre.

    Gabriel Mallon T:077 5120 6965
    Directions
  • Ulster Gliding Club

    Gliding opportunities in the North-west area (Glider with hand controls fitted)

    Jim Weston T:7035 8196
    Directions
  • Ulster Barbarians Wheelchair Rugby Team

    Wheelchair Rugby training and competitive opportunities. Currently on Monday evenings 7-9pm at Antrim Forum Sports Centre, Antrim New players, beginners and volunteers are always very welcome. Contact Bernard Rooney T: 0777 0777265

    Antrim Forum Sports Centre, Lough Rd, Antrim BT41
    Bernard Rooney T:077 7077 7265 ubrooney@yahoo.co.uk
    Directions
  • Spokes in Motion Wheelchair Tennis Club

    Wheelchair Tennis training and competition opportunities in Belfast Indoor Tennis Centre (Ozone Complex) Beginner Sessions on Monday nights 7-8.30pm.

    Belfast Indoor Tennis Centre, Ormeau Embankment Belfast
    Ivor Jess T:9442 2248 ivor.jess@btinternet.com
    Directions
  • Ski-ABILITY Club

    Skiing & Sit-Skiing at Craigavon dry ski slope.

    Arthur Braeme T:9269 3584
    Directions
  • Shankill Judo Club

    Judo opportunities for people with disabilities in the Belfast area.

    Sarah Beattie T:077 3892 2575 sarahbeattie@sky.com
    Directions
  • Riding for Disabled Association (RDANI)

    Horse Riding/Carriage Riding centres across Northern Ireland.

    Julie Jordan T:3832 2292 kilmorehouse@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Northern Ireland Special Pool

    Pool opportunities for people with Learning Disabilities across NI.

    Pauline Lynch T:077 9654 6126
    Directions
  • Northern Ireland Blind Golf

    Golf activities for Blind/Visually Impaired in Northern Ireland

    Jan Dinsdale nibga@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Northern Ireland Visually Impaired Bowlers

    Bowling opportunities for people with a visual impairment in the general North Down area.

    Pat Hayes T:9145 5774 pathayes18@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Newry & Mourne WATCH Club

    Tandem Cycling & Walking opportunities in the Newry area.

    Danny McSherry T:077 2083 8681 danny.mcsherry@rnib.org.uk
    Directions
  • Newry & Mourne Sportsability

    Activity sessions for people with Learning Disabilities in the Newry & Mourne area.

    Ciara Lowe T:3031 3137 Ciara.lowe@newryandmourne.gov.uk
    Directions
  • Happy Faces Northern Ireland

    Regular activity sessions in the Kilkeel area.

    Julie Smith T:079 2350 0090 csmithy01@aol.com
    Directions
  • Foyle Special Olympics Club

    Activity sessions for people with Learning Disabilities in the North-west area.

    Declan O'Neill T:077 0312 3069 doneill545@c2kni.net
    Directions
  • Fit 4U Newry & Mourne

    Organises leisure activities for adults with physical disabilities.

    Gareth Heslip T:077 6169 8918
    Directions
  • Fit 4U Dungannon

    Organises leisure activities for adults with physical disabilities.

    Janeen Telford T:8774 7075
    Directions
  • Dwarf Sports Association Northern Ireland

    Multi-Sports sessions for young people with restricted growth conditions.

    Eugene McVeigh T:3831 8512 eugenemcveigh@yahoo.com
    Directions
  • Down Special Olympics Club

    Activity sessions for people with Learning Disabilities in the Downpatrick area.

    Frank Donnelly T:077 4506 8557 frankdonnelly@fsmail.net
    Directions
  • Causeway After Schools Club

    Causeway Super Six After Schools Club provides sports opportunities for young people (8-18yr olds) with Physical Disabilities.

    Loreto College, Coleraine
    Heather Reilly T:2766 0330 heather.reilly@northerntrust.hscni.net
    Directions
  • Blazing Paddles Club

    Canoeing/Kayaking opportunities in the general Newry area.

    Colin Keenan T:078 4633 2275 hillenkeene@btinternet.com
    Directions
  • Ballymena Special Olympics Bocce Club

    Bocce (Bowling game) sessions for people with Learning Disabilities.

    Colleen Christie T:078 7264 3774 coleenchr@yahoo.co.uk
    Directions
  • Belfast Lough Sailability

    Regular Sailing opportunities for all disabilities at Carrickfergus Marina.

    Carrickfergus Marina
    Christine Harper T:9335 1501 belfastloughsailabilityni@gmail.com
    Directions
  • Armagh Special Olympics Swimming Club

    Swimming sessions and competitions for people with Learning Disabilities.

    Nicky Rankin T:077 4098 8529 nicki.mark@btinternet.com
    Directions
  • Alzheimer’s Society (Down & Lisburn)

    Physical Activity sessions for people with Alzheimer's in the Down & Lisburn area.

    Pamela Frazer T:9756 4681 Pamela.frazer@alzheimers.org.uk
    Directions
  • Abbots Cross Special Sports Club

    Activity sessions for people with Learning Disabilities in the Newtownabbey area.

    91 Doagh Rd, Newtownabbey BT37 9QN
    Lee Armstrong T:9063 2737 tomandlee.armstrong@hotmail.co.uk
    Directions
  • Fermanagh Lakers

    Fermanagh Lakers run weekly Wheelchair Basketball training sessions for Juniors. Mondays 4-5.30pm

    Fermanagh Lakeland Forum, Broadmeadow, Enniskillen BT74 7EF
    Keith Collen - Fermanagh & Omagh District Council
    Directions
  • Knights Wheelchair Basketball Club

    Knights WBC run regular Wheelchair Basketball sessions for Juniors/Seniors, beginners and advanced players. During the Basketball season (August-May), sessions are held at Antrim Forum and Hammer Youth Club, contact club for up to date times/venues

    Antrim Forum Sports Centre, Lough Rd, Antrim BT41 4BP
    Mary Gillen 07796 208864 mgillen63@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Take a Bow Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Loughry College, Dungannon Rd, Cookstown BT80 9AA
    Stephen Megaughin TEL: 07449634134 EMAIL: megaughin115@btinternet.com
    Directions
  • Take a Bow Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Derryloran Parish Hall, Loy Street, Cookstown BT80 8LB
    Stephen Megaughin TEL: 07449634134 EMAIL: megaughin115@btinternet.com
    Directions
  • Craigavon Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Kilmore Archery Centre, Bridge Road, Kilmore, Lurgan BT67 9JS
    Dr G Adams TEL: 02838334478 EMAIL: craigavonarcheryclub@me.com
    Directions
  • Craigavon Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Craigavon Leisure Centre, Brownlow Rd, Craigavon BT65 5BJ
    Dr G Adams TEL: 02838334478 EMAIL: craigavonarcheryclub@me.com
    Directions
  • Seven Towers Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Michelin Sports Grounds, Broughshane Rd, Ballymena BT43 7DZ
    Christine Goodwin TEL: 02825650002 EMAIL: radiochristine@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Seven Towers Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Sentry Hill Sports Centre, Old Ballymoney Rd, Ballymena BT43 6NE
    Christine Goodwin TEL: 02825650002 EMAIL: radiochristine@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Muckamore Company of Archers

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Ballyclare Rugby Club, Doagh Rd, Ballyclare, BT39 9JD
    Denise McAuley TEL: 07984411154 EMAIL: denise@mcauley-safety.co.uk WEB: www.mcoa.co.uk
    Directions
  • Muckamore Company of Archers

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Ballyclare Rugby Club, Doagh Rd, Ballyclare, BT39 9JD
    Christine Goodwin TEL: 02825650002 EMAIL: radiochristine@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Lisburn City Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Lisburn Rugby Football Club, Eglantine Rd, Lisburn, BT27 5UN
    Hazel Campbell TEL: 07763232529, EMAIL: campbell.hazel@talk21.com
    Directions
  • Lisburn City Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Lagan Valley Leisureplex, 12 Lisburn Leisure Park, Lisburn, BT28 1LP
    Hazel Campbell TEL: 07763232529, EMAIL: campbell.hazel@talk21.com
    Directions
  • NI Civil Service Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    NICSSA Sports & Leisure, Pavillion Complex, Stormont Estate, Belfast BT4 3TA
    Dominic Cafolla, TEL 07769644427 EMAIL: dcfolla@ntlworld.com WEB: www.nicssa-ac.org.uk
    Directions
  • NI Civil Service Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Belfast Royal Academy Sports Hall, 5-17 Cliftonville Rd, Belfast BT14 6JL
    Dominic Cafolla, TEL 07769644427 EMAIL: dcfolla@ntlworld.com WEB: www.nicssa-ac.org.uk
    Directions
  • City of Belfast Archers

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Boucher Rd, Playing Fields, Boucher Rd, Belfast BT12 6HR
    Contact Kevin Bloomfield on cobarchery@gmail.com Twitter: @CoB_Archers Facebook: City of Belfast Archers
    Directions
  • City of Belfast Archers

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    St Anne's Parish Hall, Kingsway, Finaghy, BT10 0NE
    Contact Kevin Bloomfield on cobarchery@gmail.com Twitter: @CoB_Archers Facebook: City of Belfast Archers
    Directions
  • Glenburn Table Tennis Club

    Pan-Disability Table tennis club for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    Glenburn Methodist Church, 6 Glensharragh Gardens, Belfast BT6 9PE
    Herbie Ross, herbieross@ttulster.co.uk
    Directions
  • Fivemiletown Table Tennis Club

    Table Tennis club based in Fivemiletown Co. Tyrone and caters for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    Fivemiletown Academy, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone
    Jim Walke, jnrwalker@gmail.com or 07930107396
    Directions
  • Lisburn Rovers FC

    Football team for players aged 7 and older with a visual impairment.

    Lagan Valley Leisureplex, 12 Lisburn Leisure Park, Lisburn, BT28 1LP
    If you are interested or need further information, contact either Mal Donaghy, Irish FA Development Officer - Disability Football. TEL: 07894 614325 or EMAIL: mdonaghy@irishfa.com or Niall Dempsey, RNIB. TEL: 07506 689795 or EMAIL: ndempsey@rnib.org.uk
    Directions
  • Lightning Powerchair FC

    Powerchair Football Club for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    Lagan Valley Leisureplex, 12 Lisburn Leisure Park, Lisburn, BT28 1LP
    Joe Graham, joeandlorna@hotmail.com
    Directions
  • Lurgan Town Boys Sociability FC

    Pan disability Football club for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Lakeland Special Olympics

    Football club for male and female players aged 11 and older with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Strabane Special Olympics Club

    Football club for male and female players aged 15 and older with a learning disability.

    IRish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Omagh Disability FC

    Pan disability Football club for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Coleraine Strikers

    Pan disability Football club for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Foyle Strikers

    Football club for male and female players aged 11 and older with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Carrickfergus Special Olympics

    Football club for male and female players aged 15 and older with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Moyle DFC

    Pan disability football club for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    IRish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Ballymena PALS Special Olympics

    Football club for male and female players aged 7 and older with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Larne Special Olympics

    Football club for male and female players aged 11 and older with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Lisburn City Stars

    Pan disability Football club for male players aged 7 and older.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Newry City Special Olympics

    Football club for male and female players with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Newry Gateway

    Football club for male and female players aged 15 and older with learning and physical disabilities.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Downpatrick Bravehearts

    Football for male players aged 11 and older with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Appollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Bangor Castle Disability FC

    Pan disability Football club for male and female players aged 7 and older.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Trailblazers Powerchair Football Club

    Powerchair Football Club for male and female players aged 7 and older. Fridays from 6.45pm to 8.15pm (From September 2014)

    Valley Leisure Centre, 40 Church Rd, Newtownabbey, County Antrim BT36 7LJ
    Karen McVeigh TEL: 07933910445 EMAIL: belfasttrailblazers@icloud.com or Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Cheetahs Special Olympics Club

    Special Olympic Football club for male and female players aged 7 and older with a learning disability.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Salto FC

    Football club for male players with a learning disability aged 15 and older.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Belfast Deaf United

    Football club for male players with a hearing impairment aged 7 and older.

    Irish Football Association, Adelaide Business Centre, 4 Apollo Rd, Belfast, BT12 6HP
    Alan Crooks, Development Manager, Irish Football Association TEL: 07894614324 EMAIL: acrooks@irishfa.com
    Directions
  • Strabane Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Riversdale Leisure Centre, 2 Lisnafin Park Strabane BT82 9DQ
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Starbreakers Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Lakeland Forum, Broadmeadow, Enniskillen, BT74 7EF
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Splash & Dash Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Ballymoney Leisure Moyarget Rd Ballycastle, Co Antrim BT54 6HL
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Sixmile Sharks Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Valley Leisure Centre, 40 Church Rd Newtownabbey BT36 7LJ
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Ripples Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Craigavon Leisure Centre, Brownlow Rd, Craigavon, BT65 5DP
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@
    Directions
  • Omagh Special Olympics Club

    The club runs a range of sports opportunities for people with Learning Disabilities.

    FOCUS Community House, BT78 1DP
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Neptune’s Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Whiterock Leisure Centre, Whiterock Road Belfast BT12 7RJ
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Lisburn Together Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Lagan Valley Leisureplex, 12 Lisburn Leisure Park, Lisburn, BT28 1LP
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Foyle Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Templemore Sports Complex, Buncrana Rd, Derry, BT48 7QL
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Dungannon Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Dungannon Leisure Centre, Circular Rd, Dungannon Co Tyrone, BT71 6BH
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Dippers & Divers Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Newry Swimming Pool, Clanrye Ave, Newry, Co. Down BT35 6EH
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Banbridge Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    44 Glenloughran Rd, Gilford, Craigavon, BT63 6BT
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Ballymoney Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Ballymoney Leisure Moyarget Rd Ballycastle, Co Antrim BT54 6HL
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Armagh Special Olympics Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Orchard Leisure Centre, Armagh BT60 1BA
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Abbotts Cross Special Sports Club

    Swimming is one of the oldest Paralympic Sports and has featured in the Games since they were first introduced in 1960. It is one of the most popular events at the Games with athletes competing in freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke, individual medley and relay events.

    Valley Leisure Centre, 40 Church Rd Newtownabbey BT36 7LJ
    Special Olympics Ulster, 106a University St, Belfast, BT7 1HP TEL: 02890239023 EMAIL: ulster@specialolympics.ie
    Directions
  • Marble Archers

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Gortatole Outdoor Education, 147 Marble Arch Road, Florencecourt, Enniskillen BT92 1ED
    Georgina Phair, 02866348888 or georgina.phair@welbni.org
    Directions
  • Causeway Company of Archers

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    The Range, Inshinagh Lane, Drumskea Rd, Ballymoney, BT53 7JD
    Chris McFayden, TEL: 07904065250 EMAIL: chris@therangearcherycentre.co.uk WEB: www.therangearcherycentre.co.uk
    Directions
  • Carrickfergus Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Ulidia Integrated College, Victoria Rd, Carrickfergus BT38 7JL
    Arthur Stewart, 02828272402 or arthurstewart@googlemail.com
    Directions
  • East Belfast Archery Club

    Archery was one of the original Paralympic events and is a test of accuracy, strength and concentration. The sport is open to athletes with a physical disability (including spinal injury, cerebral palsy, amputee and les autres) in three functional classes at Paralympic level, however locally it can be played by everyone.

    Tullycarnet Community Resource Centre, Kinross Ave, Belfast BT5 7GE
    Patrick Huston, 07930314240 or patrickhuston96@googlemail.com
    Directions
  • Ulster GAA

    Mild Learning Disability and Sever Learning Disability Gaelic Football opportunities in Armagh.

    Ulster GAA, 8-10 Market St, Armagh, BT61 7EF
    Ryan Mellon
    Directions
  • Ulster GAA

    Mild Learning Disability and Sever Learning Disability Gaelic Football opportunities in Antrim & Down.

    Ulster GAA, 8-10 Market St, Armagh, BT61 7EF
    Shane McCann
    Directions
  • Ulster GAA

    Mild Learning Disability and Sever Learning Disability Gaelic Football opportunities in Fermanagh, Derry, and Tyrone.

    Ulster GAA, 8-10 Market St, Armagh, BT61 7EF
    Paul Callaghan
    Directions
  • Magee Wheelchair Hurling Club

    Wheelchair Hurling club based in University of Ulster Magee for participants with a physical disability aged from 6 years up for male and female players.

    Magee Wheelchair Hurling Club, University of Ulster Magee, Northland Rd, Derry, BT48 7JL
    Odhran Doherty, Disability Sport NI, 02890469925 or odoherty@dsni.co.uk
    Directions
  • Belfast Wheelchair Hurling Club

    Wheelchair Hurling club based in Andersonstown Leisure Centre for participants with a physical disability aged from 6 years up for male and female players.

    Belfast Wheelchair Hurling Club, Andersonstown Leisure Centre, Andersonstown Rd, Belfast BT11 9BY
    Odhran Doherty, Disability Sport NI, 02890469925 or odoherty@dsni.co.uk
    Directions
  • Fermanagh Boccia Club

    Boccia is a Paralympic sport, played in over forty countries worldwide. Boccia can be played by individuals, pairs, or teams of three. The aim of the game is to throw leather balls - coloured red or blue as close as you can to a white target ball, or jack. The balls can be moved with hands or feet, or, sometimes, with an assisted device.

    Fermanagh Boccia Club, Lakeland Forum, Broadmeadow, Enniskillen, BT74 7EF
    Roisin Henry, rhenry@dsni.co.uk or 02866342435
    Directions
  • Bangor Boccia Club

    Boccia is a Paralympic Sport, played in over 40 countries worldwide. Boccia can be played by individuals, pairs, or teams of three. The aim of the game is to throw leather balls - coloured red or blue as close as you can to a white target ball, or jack. The balls can be propelled with hands or feet, or, sometimes, with an assisted device.

    Bangor Boccia Club, Aurora Leisure Centre, 3 Valentine Rd, Bangor, BT20 4UT
    Ryan McQuillan, ryan.mcquillan@serco.com
    Directions
  • Cookstown Boccia Club

    Boccia is a Paralympic sport, played in over forty countries worldwide. Boccia can be played by individuals, pairs, or teams of three. The aim of the game is to throw leather balls - coloured red or blue as close as you can to a white target ball, or jack. The balls can be moved with hands or feet, or, sometimes, with an assisted device.

    Cookstown Boccia Club, Cookstown Leisure Centre, 78 Fountain Rd, Cookstown, BT80 8QF
    Kathleen Brogan, Kathleen.brogan@cookstown,gov.uk or 02886767135
    Directions
  • Lisburn in Focus

    Funded by the Big Lottery Fund under the Safe and Well Programme, we aim to turn the City of Lisburn into a model of excellence for people with sight loss. The Tandem Group meets on Thursday nights from 7-8pm at Wallace Park. No experience is necessary and helmets will be provided.

    Wallace Park, Lisburn, BT27 4AN
    Kathryn McCambley: 028 9260 0388 or lisburninfocus@rnib.org.uk
    Directions
  • Craigavon Watersports Centre

    Craigavon Watersports Centre is a council run centre which has been award Sailability Centre of Excellence for Northern Ireland due to the training, equipment facilities and work that they do for people with disabilities. It is an RYA Training Centre (RTC) and therefore can offer the RYA sailing and powerboating awards. www.craigavon.gov.uk

    1 Lake Road, Craigavon, BT64 1AS
    02838342669
    Directions
  • Country Antrim Yacht Club

    Country Antrim Yacht Club is a RYA Training Centre Club, and therefore can offer RYA training.

    1 Marine Parade Whitehead Carrickfergus County Antrim BT38 9QP United Kingdom
    sail@cayc.co.uk
    Directions
  • Foyle Sailability Club

    Foyle Sailability is a recently established voluntary organisation to offer people with disabilities from the north-west area, including the cross border region, the opportunity to take part in boating activities. Our aim is to provide safe and enjoyable sailing opportunities to people with disabilities interested in experiencing the sport of sailing and other “on the water “activities.

    Port Rd, L/Derry, BT47 6FL
    foylesailability@gmail.com
    Directions
  • Donaghadee Sailing Club

    Sailability is a charitable trust set up by the RYA to provide the thrill and excitement of sailing to people with all forms of disability. Donaghadee Sailing Club has gained RYA Sailability Foundation Level Recognition and can offer the “sailing experience” and training for the following categories of disabilities: Physical: Ambulant – Partially Ambulant Sensory: Hearing Impaired Other: Learning Disabilities – Individuals The new clubhouse has been designed with disability in mind and can fully facilitate disabled people.

    20 Shore Street, Donaghadee, County Down, BT21 0LG
    office@donaghadeesc.co.uk
    Directions
  • Athletics NI

    Disability Sport NI has been supporting Athletics NI since the introduction of the mainstreaming policy in 2005. Athletes with a disability are encouraged to join their local athletics club so they can access regular, high quality coaching. To help support the inclusion of athletes with a disability Athletics NI has access to two racing chairs and a throwing chair so athletes can get a real feel for the sport. A small number of wheelchair athletes train on Thursday nights at the Mary Peters track from 5-6.30pm.

    Athletics NI, Mary Peters Track, Upper Malone Road, BT9 5PR
    Heather Ardis - heather@athleticsni.org, 02890606964 / 07841804033
    Directions
  • Stevenson Sharks

    Stevenson Sharks - Dungannon RFC, Website: www.dungannonrugby.com Club meets: Fridays 7-8pm (Sep-Nov and Mar-Jun) Age Group: 6-18 years

    Dungannon Rugby Club, Stevenson Park, 36 Moy Road, BT71 7DS
    Kerry Spence, 07719784065
    Directions
  • Portadown Panthers

    Portadown Panthers - Portadown RFC, Website: www.portadownrugbyclub.co.uk Club Meets: Saturdays 9.30-10.30am in Chambers Park Age Group: 6 years with no upper age limit.

    Portadown Rugby Football Club, Chambers Park, 287 Bridge Street, Portadown, Co. Armagh, BT63 5AR
    Willie Gribben, 07739044084
    Directions
  • Ballyclare RFC

    Clare Hares - Ballyclare RFC, Website: www.ballyclarerfc.co.uk Club Meets: Fridays 7-8pm (April - June) Age Group: 6 years with no upper age limit.

    Ballyclare Rugby Football Club, The Cloughan,Doagh Road, Ballyclare, BT39 9JD
    Clifford Gilmore, clareharesrugby@gmail.com
    Directions
  • Ballymena Bears

    Ballymena Bears, Website: www.ballymenarfc.com, Club meets: Every other Sunday 10-11am (Sept - Dec, and Mar-Jun). Age Group: 6 years with no upper age limit.

    Ballymena Rugby Club, 209 Raceview Road, Ballymena, BT42 4HU.
    Gary Donald, 07738389791
    Directions
  • The Newforge Taggers Tag Rugby Football Club

    The Newforge Taggers Tag Rugby Football Club was established in September 2006. It is a Tag Ruby Club for those with learning disabilities and was the first club of its type in Ireland Club meets Sundays 10-11.15am (September-December and March-June), Age Group: 6 years with no upper age limit.

    Newforge Country Club, 20E Newforge Lane, Belfast, BT9 5NW
    Bev McDowell, 02890681027
    Directions
  • Coleraine Chargers

    Coleraine Chargers - Group meets on Saturdays 10-11.30am, 6 years with no upper age limit.

    1 Rugby Ave, Coleraine, BT52 1JL
    Robbie Glen, 07801012395
    Directions
  • The Ulster Barbarians Wheelchair Rugby Club

    The Ulster Barbarians Wheelchair Rugby Club is the only wheelchair Rugby club in Northern Ireland. Set up in 2013 to create more players in Northern Ireland after having to travel the previous years to Dublin. The club runs weekly on a Monday night at Loughside Recreation Centre from 6-8pm.

    Loughside Recreation Centre, Belfast, BT15 4HP
    info@ulsterbarbarians.com
    Directions
  • Lisburn Pan-Disability Club

    We cater from players from 8 years old, with no upper age limits, and all players with physical, sensory or learning disabilities – regardless of playing experience or ability. The Club currently has two sections: Tuesday - 8pm - 10pm for players with a physical disability Saturday - 6.30pm – 8.30pm for all members

    Lisburn Racquets Club, 36 Belfast Road, Lisburn, BT27 4AS
    Ryan Prentice ryanprentice@ulsterbadminton.com
    Directions
  • Bangor Pan-Disability Club

    Training on Friday nights 7-9pm at Bangor Aurora.

    Bangor Aurora, 3 Valentine Road, Bangor, BT20 4TH
    Ryan Prentice ryanprentice@ulsterbadminton.com
    Directions
  • Belfast Boccia Club

    Belfast Boccia Club is one of 6 regional Boccia clubs based in Northern Ireland for people with a physical Disability.

    Ballysillan Leisure Centre BT14 7QP
    Odhran Doherty 02890469925 odoherty@dsni.co.uk
    Directions
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