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

Wheelchair basketball for people aged 8+ with physical impairments. The Club encourages those with a physical disability and those without to participate. Sports wheelchairs are provided....

For swimmers with a physical or sensory impairment aged 8 - 16 years who are able to swim a minimum of 25m. This session is...

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...

1 hour ski sessions for all levels of ability for all ages.  Suitable for individuals with any additional support needs but more suited to ambulant...

Step Forward is an integrated group for people with and without learning difficulties aged 16+ to work together to create, rehearse and perform. Sessions take...

Swimming lessons for deaf children. The swimming teacher is trained in sign language.

Inclusive paddlesports sessions (Canoe, Kayak & Stand Up Paddleboard) with Aboyne Canoe Club. Various lochs & rivers are used for outdoor sessions with indoor sessions...

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. ...

Following a Trycurling event and a 4-week beginners course for members of MS Moray who wished to continue with the sport, a regular, weekly curling session has been established...

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