One of our key objectives is to promote awareness of disability through sport and recreation and particularly integration of disabled and able bodied people.
A vital element of life at SportsAble is about having fun – fun through our fundraising events, such as our Annual Wheelchair Push, and fun through a whole calendar of sport and social activities such as Quiz Nights, Open Mic Nights, Have a Go Fun Sports Nights and more.
SportsAble is a very ambitious and successful club. The club has also grown in status and recognition and was one of the chosen training grounds for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
We are known for both our sporting endeavour and self-help. Many of our members are international champions at European, World and Paralympic levels. Our members have represented Great Britain 46 times at every Paralympic Games since 1976.
We are, however, equally active at the development at grass root level and are continually working to introduce sport to disabled people in the community through outreach programmes with schools and other sports and social clubs.
Our Mission Statement
To provide sports and recreational facilities and opportunities to SportsAble members in order that they may participate in sport to the competitive level each individual desires with the overriding objective of enhancing their quality of life.
SportsAble is a registered charity, number 1078742