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The Ansaar Organisation is a voluntary, non-profit community based group dedicated to develop a successful and confident community through networking, educating, encouraging and empowering young people...
Ansaar Organisation website
For people over 50 years of age. Activities such as table tennis, badminton, short mat bowls, aerobics, pilates, line dancing, swimming and board games.
Meet: Mondays and Fridays 10am to 4pm.
Batley Sports Association For The Disabled runs swimming for adults and children with disabilities. They also welcome anyone recovering from illness or an operation.
Meet: Sunday from 12 noon to 1pm....
Batley Sports and Tennis Centre - activities for disabled people website
Sport and leisure activities for the over 50s including badminton, table tennis, carpet bowls, swimming, use of fitness suite, fitness classes, social games, crosswords, quizzes & pool table. A social...
Colne Valley Owls website
We provide coaching in athletics, basketball, netball and football; run holiday playschemes, and provide sport opportunities for 8 to 13 year olds. We also do some work with young people aged 14+ and work...
Deighton into Sport Project website
Sport and leisure activities for the over 50s, including aerobics, bowls, table tennis, badminton, swimming and volleyball.
Morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch are included in the price per day...
Dewsbury Owls website
The role of Disport is to address the sporting needs of people with a learning disability, who live in the Yorkshire and Humber area.
They work closely with the Federation of Disability Sports Organisations.
Disport (Sports body for those with a learning disability) website
We develop and promote sporting opportunities for disabled people. There are specialist resource officers who develop sport for blind people, deaf people, those with physical disabilities and those with...
Federation of Disability Sports Organisations website
Social and sporting activities for those over 50. Includes badminton, table tennis, board games, and much more. Also, the chance of instruction in keep fit, tai chi and yoga.
Meetings on Tuesday from...
Meetings on the 2nd Thursday of every other month in the John Smith's Coaches and Resources Room.