Diff-Ability sport information day to be held on August 27th in Carlisle

Cumbria parent Carer Forum have arranged a Diff-Ability sport information day which is being held at Carlisle Youth Zone on August 27th, between 11am and 4pm.

There will be lots of free taster activities to take part in, including climbing walls, Mass participation dance class, football, rebound and more!!

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The Diff-Ability sport Information day is a free event, aimed at promoting adaptive sporting activities available across Cumbria & the borders, that are accessible to people with Disabilities, Learning Disabilities and/or Autism.   People with disabilities are less likely to be active, “Disabled people remain significantly less likely to participate in cultural, leisure and sporting activities than non-disabled people.” (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/disability-facts-and-figures/disability-facts-and-figures)

“Disabled people are twice as likely to be physically inactive (43 per cent) than non-disabled people (21 per cent).” (http://www.activityalliance.org.uk/how-we-help/fact-and-statistics Sport England, Active Lives 1 2015-16).  We hope that by putting on an event like this, people will not only be a little more informed about what is available to them but inspired by some of the activities and talks available on the day.

After all, getting involved in sporting activities is about much more than physical fitness, new friendships can be formed, mental health can be improved & you can feel much better about yourself on a whole!

As well as guest speakers and information stands we have free taster sessions from:
11am.  Heathlands, Curling/Botcher
11.30am. ICan Fitness. Re Bound
12.00. Ican Fitness, Chair based Exercises
1pm. The Outdoor Guide, Talk
2pm. Dance Syndrome, mass Participation inclusive Dance.
3pm Active Ants, Archery session

Throughout the day there will also be:

Cumberland FA, Football taster session
Cumbria Wheelchair sports, Basketball, Tennis, boccia taster sessions
Bendrigg Trust, Climbing taster sessions
Andrea Manson, talking about Special Olympics
Keswick Judo Club taster sessions
Lennon Hughes talking about his experiences, as an Autistic person and how Wrestling has given him more confidence.
Find out about activities available across Cumbria and the borders whilst having fun and trying new activities.

FREE Entry, FREE taster sessions, please bring a packed lunch if staying all day.
Refreshments are available from Carlisle Youth Zone café.

Visit the Facebook event here… https://www.facebook.com/events/451071495443752/

 

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