Leeds Disability Sport News- September 2015

Please see below for the latest disability sport news in and around Leeds this month:

In Leeds

  • Leeds Rugby World Cup Fanzone has kicked off on Millennium Square in the city centre. A variety of rugby themed and generic activities are available to the public for the next few weeks, as well as specific slots for disabled children and adult groups. Contact rossbibby@leeds.gov.uk for further information about these.
  • Leeds Disability Sports Camp will next be running during October half term, from Monday 26th to Friday 30th. These are suitable for disabled children and young people aged 8 to 18 years old, plus non-disabled siblings and friends, and take place at five different venues across the city.
  • Leeds Deaf Juniors FC have released details of their football coaching sessions from now until July 2016. Sessions are for boys and girls aged 3 to 16 years old of all ability levels.

Outside Leeds

  • Celebrating Ability Week is taking place in York from the 26th October to the 1st November, with a variety sporting opportunities available for children and adults with disabilities.

Finally, a reminder that to view a comprehensive list of all of the disability sport activities going on across Leeds in one place, please download the Leeds Disability Sport Programme. This a hub of all the activities going on in the city run by all the key providers. You can access this via our website www.leeds.gov.uk/disabilitysport or please email ross.bibby@leeds.gov.uk if you would like a copy sending.

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