Adaptive, Disability and Inclusive Sport in Oxfordshire
Equality in sport is about fairness, justice and equal access to opportunities. The Oxfordshire Sports Partnership is committed to raising the profile of disability sport across the county. We are working with the local authorities, NGB's, special schools, mainstream schools, clubs and many other partners to develop and promote sporting opportunities for people with disabilities.
If you have any questions regarding Disability Sport in Oxfordshire or would just like to find out more, contact James Craggs or Lucy Tappin - Disability and Youth Sports Development Officers on tel 01865 252661 Mob 07768 237580 or email@example.com
Disability and Inclusive Sports News and Events are placed on Oxfordshire Sports Partnerships Main News and Events pages so make sure you check these regularly for up to date information.
“Wheels for All” Oxfordshire launched on 18th May 2012. Our vision is to ensure that cycling is accessible for all.
The Newsletter for disability, adaptive and inclusive sport in Oxfordshire. The newsletter is emailed out to people who have registered on the website and clicked on disability sport
Find out what sport clubs are available in Oxfordshire or alternatively why not try the activity search
Click here to find links to useful associations, groups and supporting agencies.
Fit 4 All is a pilot project to develop two ‘social care user friendly’ leisure centres in Oxfordshire. Read More
Find out about the Bobi (Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire) Inclusive Football Opportunties and how to get involved....
A countywide project to educate, inspire, increase participation, awareness and training in the Paralympic sport of Boccia.
Fighting Fit aims to encourage adults with a learning disability to lead healthier lifestyles and increase their physical activity
Click here to find information about the activities being run by Special Olympics Oxfordshire.