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Inclusive Partner Activities

Disability

Activeace

What is it?

Activeace is a tennis and sports coaching organisation in Nottingham. Founded by Martyn Jones, Activeace All Stars CIC is a not for profit company with a community approach.

Where and when?

Martyn and the team provide sports and tennis coaching at Activeace Arena, Tattershall Dr, Nottingham NG7 1BX, as well as Nottingham Tennis Centre, recreation centres, public parks and schools.

Is it for me?

Activeace is proud to be Nottingham’s leading provider of disability tennis coaching. Their aim is to ensure that both children and adults, whether beginners or experienced returners, should enjoy their experience  and as a result, play more. All sessions whether at Activeace Arena in The Park, Nottingham or Nottingham Tennis Centre are led by fully qualified instructors.

More information

Click here to find out more or call 0115 9338363.

Wheelchair Basketball

What is it?

Nottingham Lions Wheelchair Basketball is the first wheelchair basketball club to be held in the City for many years. It offers an opportunity for both those with disabilities and able-bodied people to play a disability sport together.

Where and when?

Every Thursday, 4.30-6pm at Ellis Guilford Sports Centre, Bar Lane, Nottingham NG6 0HT
Costs are £5 per person.

Is it for me?

All ages and abilities are welcome. It’s all fun every week! Families and friends can learn new skills and have some social time every week.
Wheelchairs are provided on a first come, first served basis.

More information

To find out more and get regular updates why not join the Nottingham Lions Facebook Page

Nottinghamshire Powerchair Football Club

Powerchair Football

What is it?

Powerchair Football is a unique sport that provides opportunities for people with a high level of impairment to play football. It is the only active team participation sport for people who use electric wheelchairs.

Powerchair Football enables disabled people to take part in regular activity providing them with competition, fun and friendship. It not only helps build key life skills such as teamwork and communication, it brings strangers together who have similar stories and life experiences, creating friendships and bonds which last a lifetime.

Where and when?

Every Monday, 6pm-7:30pm at Harvey Hadden Sports Village, Wigman Rd, Nottingham NG8 4PB

Contact the leisure centre on 0115 876 1600

Is it for me?

The sport is fast paced, dynamic and enjoyable. Wheelchair users of all ages and abilities are catered for. You first session free to come and see what you think!

More information

Contact Lynn Lear via email for further details stevenlear@talktalk.net

Ice Skating Accessible 

What is it?

The National Ice Centre offers ice skating opportunities for people with disabilities and their families.

Is it for me?

Depending on individual requirements, the ice can be accessed on skates, in a wheelchair or in one of our purpose built sledges (sledges must be booked in advanced). Coaches can be booked in advance at an additional charge to provide support.

There is accessible parking next to the venue and there are a range of drop off points around the venue with lifts. There is a changing places facility and sensory tours of the venue can be pre-booked.

Find and book this class

Booking in advance is essential and structured lessons and one-on-one coaching are also available separately. Ice can be hired on a private basis for groups.

Please contact National Ice Centre Box Office for more information or call freephone 0808 164 4616 (This is a Freephone number for accessibility customers only).

For more information on this session, please visit National Ice Centre website by clicking here.