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What we do
Everybody should have the opportunity to participate in sport, whatever your ability. At West Yorkshire Sport we are dedicated to improving the access to sport and physical activity for all disabled people within West Yorkshire.
We work closely with the Disability Sports Yorkshire and the Equality Standard to offer sport to all.
Greetland Goldstars have started a new satellite club at Ravenscliffe Sports College. They also run an ability counts session open to all on a Saturday morning at 11am held at 3Gi Halifax.
For deaf children and young people - all abilities welcome
Cycling for all abilities in Kirklees
Horizon Taekwondo Academy are pleased to announce they are to send a team to the Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) 2015 World Games.
The entry forms for the Typhoo National Junior Athletics Championships are now available. Hundreds of young disabled athletes from all over the UK wi...
In Leeds - Leeds Disability Sports Camp is running during February half term at five sites across the city, and has a couple of last ...
Sport and Tourism Minister Helen Grant gave enthusiastic support for the first ever Mixed Ability Rugby World Tournament. The tournament will see pla...
British Blind Sport have launched an extensive study exploring the barriers that restrict visually impaired people from enjoying sport and how success...
Leeds will be supporting national Disabled Access Day this week as the city prepares to welcome The Ice Cube back to Millennium Square. The popula...
In Leeds - Sportivate round 9 funding is available to apply for. This is funding that aims to provide opportunities for teenagers and you...
Let’s Play is an exciting new programme funded by Sport England. It sees Boccia England, British Wheelchair Basketball, GB Wheelchair Rugby, Goalball UK, Wheelchair Football Association and the Tennis Foundation working in partnership for the first time ever, offering you the chance to learn the basics of their activities.
British Blind Sport are now accepting entries from teams and individuals for the upcoming National Visually Impaired Youth 5-a-side Football Tournament.
A course suitable for Dance Teachers, Sport Coaches, Activity Organisers, Volunteers within disability charities, and anyone with an invested interest in developing Wheelchair Dance within their community
British Gymnastics has been working alongside Special Olympics City of Hull to arrange a number of Inclusive gymnastics events that are open to the Yorkshire Region as part of our I’m In Programme
Development Officer - West Yorkshire Sport