We’re passionate about providing equal opportunities to sports and leisure activities in the borough of Rochdale. A chance to get fit, compete, meet new friends, get out the house and provide a great way to improve health and quality of life irrespective of levels of ability.
We are currently in the process of redesigning our inclusive activity programme and will have sessions up and running soon. To find out more and register interest, please contact our Inclusion and Disability Coordinator Catherine Szymanskyj, on 01706 926276 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re passionate about providing equal opportunities to sports and leisure activities in the borough of Rochdale. A chance to get fit, meet new friends, get out of the house and provide a great way to improve health and quality of life for all levels of ability.
The Fresh programme is funded by Rochdale Borough Council and as part of the local offer is a great opportunity for children and young people who have a mild to moderate disability to take part in a wide variety of activities.
Sessions are aimed at three age groups:
• 4-7 years
• 8-12 years
• 13-18 years
The programme will develop each individual, improve their health and wellbeing and enable them to thrive.
Sessions will be delivered during each school holiday across Rochdale, Middleton, Heywood and Pennines.
A great opportunity for children and young people to try something new and meet new friends.
For more information, please contact Sam Smith, our Programme Coordinator for Children & Young People at email@example.com
Our accessible cycling programme is currently paused while we do some maintenance on the fleet of bikes, but we hope to be back with a new and improved programme of accessible cycling by early 2022.
These sessions provide fun and stimulating quality cycling for all children and adults with disabilities and differing needs.
Using specially adapted cycles, sessions are both physically and mentally stimulating for everyone involved.
Our team have the knowledge and confidence to work with adapted cycles helping participants to enjoy the benefits of cycling and have fun.
Multi-sports is a weekly session, rotating between six different types of sport-based activities, and is suitable for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, neurodevelopmental disabilities, and sensory disabilities over the age of 18.
It is inclusive and is designed to allow everyone to participate, make friends, and enjoy the session.
For more information or to register and book, please email Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01706 926276