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Inclusion Club Hub

The Inclusion Club Hub helps clubs to include more disabled people in their activities. It can be used in a variety of ways within your club.

You can use it to audit your club to see how inclusive you are or as a resource to support your club's development. Perhaps use it to develop a club action plan, support your Clubmark process, or your general planning.

This toolkit will give you ideas, methods and resources to ensure everyone has a positive club experience.

Go to www.inclusion-club-hub.co.uk to find out more


British Blind Sport

Active Norfolk work closely with the Norfolk & Norwich Association for the Blind and British Blind Sport to support people in Norfolk with a visual impairment to play sport.

www.britishblindsport.org.uk


Guide to facility accessibility

Access for all: Opening Doors aims to break down one of the main barriers for people with a range of impairments: venue accessibility. The English Federation of Disability Sport and access experts Jean Hewitt Consulting Ltd have worked together to produce a user-friendly guide to ensure more disabled people can enjoy being active in more places.

The guide is aimed at anybody involved in running or working in a sports club. After speaking to numerous National Governing Bodies of sport about club development, EFDS identified the need for a user-friendly guide to facility accessibility. It is not a detailed technical guide, but intended as a starting point. The main areas of physical access are identified and readers are signposted to further information and support.


Me, Being Active

The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) launched the Me, Being Active series, short films about disabled people talking about the benefits they gain from being active.