Clubs & Activities

We Have a range of opportunities for people of all ages and levels of ability to take part in.

Before you head along to an activity, please get in touch with Alison Shaw (Regional Manager for Scottish Disability Sport) on alison.shaw@scottishdisabilitysport.com or 07828 744 848 to discuss which opportunities would be most suitable for you & any specific support you may require

Swim teaching/coaching for secondary age upwards with any type of disability. A hoist is available & the Centre has wheelchair access

Swimming lessons especially for children of school age with disabilities and additional support needs. Various days, times & venues available, please see the poster for...

For school-aged children, these classes include a parent in the water, helping children to learn skills more quickly. Parents will support their child and work...

Rebound Therapy is one of the most popular trampoline activities for kids and adults with additional needs in schools, groups and care facilities. It is also...

Players of all abilities and all ages with physical, sensory or learning disabilities are welcome at our Regional Training Squad, which takes place during the...

The class, run by Grampian Opportunities, develops strength, improves balance and builds confidence in those who attend.  The exercises are performed either sitting or standing. ...

Join Aberdeen Kayak Club for some Canoeing and Kayaking. Sessions take place from 6 - 8pm and are on Wednesdays at Robert Gordon's College between...

Frame football sessions suitable for anyone who uses or requires the use of a frame for walking. Sessions are operated by Banchory Community Football Club....

Unified rugby is where players with and without disabilities train, play and socialise together. During training sessions, players have the opportunity to learn from their...

Bucksburn Badminton Club is an inclusive club designed for people with all types of disabilities and their families, peers and significant others.  The aim is...

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