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

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

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....

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...

A coached indoor bowls session for people with physical, sensory & learning disabilities aged 12+

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...

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...

Living Golf uses the action of hitting a golf ball, integrating left & right brain. Living Golf’s main focus is on supporting vulnerable young people and adults...

Curling for young people of all abilities. Wheelchair and cue curing offered too. Club sessions take place during the school term, between September and March. We...

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...

Boccia sessions for people with all types of disability of all ability levels. Boccia balls & ramps are provided. Under 16's session: 16:00 - 16:45...

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