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We offer all kinds of sports for all levels of ability. Our aim is help people integrate with the community and develop their social skills while taking part in healthy sporting activities.
A variety of sports is also available in London and includes:
We organise and coach a wide variety of sports for the people we support, offering a full and varied programme to suit all abilities. They include:
We also take people to various locations where they can take part in our extensive programme of activities. These are structured so that people of all abilities can attend. Even if they can’t achieve a particular level of skill, the people we support get the chance to experience a new activity or environment. The programme includes:
As well as all the above activities, we also organise and provide other larger scale events and opportunities.
Our staff train on a regular basis with the people we support to prepare for the many bikes rides in this country and abroad. This includes tandem bike rides. We organise training weeks, both at home and abroad.
We also train volunteers who support people by riding tandems with them.
After the bike rides, we encourage people to take part again or try a different type of bike (such as a tandem).
We organise and run an annual tournament in Berkshire, attracting teams from all over the country.
We organise our own courses and also take people on courses run by other organisations.
We coach and train the participants, selecting the teams and taking them to competitions, supporting them all the way. Competitions can be local, regional, national and international.
The sports involved are:
This is a great opportunity for many of the people we support to take part in a big, outside event, which is held at Bracknell Sports Centre.
Our RDA-registered Stables and Equestrian Centre offers a wide range of opportunities for the people we support. We make sure each person gets what they want from the variety of opportunities, which include:
Carriage driving is a great alternative for people who can’t ride, giving them an opportunity to spend time in the stables with the horses.
People can learn one-to-one or in groups, improving their skills. If they wish, they can work towards different kinds of accreditation, such as the RDA achievement awards. These support people who may like to work with horses at some point.
Riding and driving offer many therapeutic benefits including: