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Inclusive sports club for young people to start for October half-term

Sport Works and Peterborough City Council have partnered up to produce a programme full of sports, games and fun activities designed for children and young people with a disability.
Sport Works has partnered with the city council to put on these fun activity session for children with a disability (Photo: Supplied)

The fully inclusive programme has qualified coaches teaching sports and activities from around the world. The aim is not only to encourage fun and entertainment, but develop confidence and skills as part of a healthy and safe experience.

Sports and activities on offer include dance, tag rugby, swimming, gymnastics, volleyball and fitness, with fun games and arts and crafts scheduled too.

The programme will start during the October half term for children and young people aged from 7 to 19. It will continue after school every Wednesday, every Saturday afternoon and through the school holidays, costing £3 for the after-school and weekend programme, and £5 for the school holiday sessions.

The team of coaches are fully qualified with DBS disclosures. Children and young people will have to have evidence of a diagnosis to be eligible for this programme.

Contact for further information or to sign up.