People with learning, physical, mental health or sensory difficulties will have another opportunity to get active when East Hants Disability Multi Sports club is re-launched on Wednesday (21 January).
The club will run from 6.45pm-8pm on Wednesdays during term-time at Treloar School, Holybourne, Alton.
The club offers lots of sports and activities to have a go at each week including basketball, rugby, cricket, boccia, new age kurling and lots more.
Activities are led by a team of professional coaches who have a wealth of experience in coaching different sports activities.
The Disability Multi Sports club has been set up in partnership by East Hampshire District Council, Treloar School, East Hants Disability Forum and Sport Hampshire & IOW.
Councillor Nick Drew, East Hampshire District Councillor responsible for communities said: “Sport can be a great way to improve co-ordination and balance, as well as providing opportunities to meet new people. This club is an example of what can be achieved by working with our partners in the community. With the support of local volunteers, we will provide a valuable service that can benefit many people with disabilities over the coming years.”
The club is also looking for volunteers to help to ensure its long-term sustainability for the future.
If you would like to participate, get involved as a volunteer or are interested in coaching a session please contact Kirsty Cope, Sports & Physical Activity Officer on 01730 234015 or email firstname.lastname@example.org