Adult Disability Games
Active Norfolk Adult Disability Games 2014 Wednesday 14th May- Entry form in the new year!!
2013 ADULT DISABILITY SPORT FESTIVAL
WEDNESDAY 15TH AND THURSDAY 16TH MAY AT UEA SPORTSPARK
325 Adults from across Norfolk took part in 18 different sports including:
If you are interested in getting involved with sports throughout the year or to find out more about anything related to disability sport please contact Ellen.
CALL 01603 731566 OR EMAIL email@example.com
2012 Adult Disability Multi-Sport Festival
Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th May
Over 220 adults, a visit from Gail Emms, 18 different sports and a lot of fun had by all!!
2011 Adult Disability Multi-Sport Festival
Dates: Thursday 5 and Friday 6 May 2011
Venue: Sportspark, UEA, Norwich
This year 15 sports were offered over the 2 days with more sessions in the popular archery, fencing and climbing wall activities.
The event was open to individuals with disabilities, aged over 16 years of age and was free of charge.
If you have any questions or would like more information about future Adult Disability Festivals, please contact Ellen Vanlint at Active Norfolk on (01603) 731566 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2010 Adult Disability Multi-Sport Festival
Over 125 adults with disabilities attended the second year of the Adult Disability Multi-sport Festival at UEA Sportspark on Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th May to learn and enjoy a variety of different sports.
The purpose behind the event organised by Active Norfolk is to provide a fun and safe sporting festival for adults with physical and/or learning disabilities. Qualified coaches from a variety of local clubs including the Norwich Fencing Club and Football in the Community were be on hand to help participants with the skills they need to play the different sports.
There was a range of 14 sports on offer including well known sports such as table tennis and badminton. The more unusual activities to try include archery, boccia and curling.
Ellen Vanlint, Disability and Equality Officer for Active Norfolk said “With the emphasis on fun and enjoyment, we hope this great festival of sport will help engage adults with disabilities in a variety of team and individual sports.”