Please see below for the latest disability sport news in and around Leeds this month:
- 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 email@example.com 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.
- Northern Ballet are running their “Ability” Dance workshops for adults with learning disabilities. The Ability dance course is specifically designed for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities and runs on a weekly basis during term time. Also available are free taster workshops, with sessions on Friday 18th October and 4th December. For further information call 0113 220 8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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 email@example.com if you would like a copy sending.