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Inclusive physical activities

We want to ensure that everybody has the opportunity to access sport and physical activity, regardless of disability or additional needs.

A number of local clubs and organisations offer a wide variety of exciting activities for people with disabilities, led by experienced coaches and instructors.

Our partner Living Sport has a map of disability and inclusive sports clubs and activities.

All sessions listed here are free unless otherwise stated. Contact us for more information, unless the organiser has provided contact details.

#HaveAGo activities

Sport and fitness taster sessions for adults with disabilities, funded with money from the National Lottery Community Fund.

Sessions are free unless otherwise stated. If no contact details are given, contact us if you have any questions.


  • 18 March, 6.30 to 7.30pm at Clip ’n Climb
  • Email to book your place
  • This session will have low music and lights, restricted numbers, and there will be plenty of instructors there to help. Hoists will be available

Regular activities

Contact us or the given contact details to find out more and book your place on a session.

Adaptive martial arts

Bounce activity club

Bounce is a free club for 5 to 11 year olds. Activities include multi-sports, arts and craft and board games, and all sessions are run by volunteers from Cambridge Student Community Action.

  • Saturdays during term time, 12.30 to 2pm at St Luke’s Barn, French’s Road, Cambridge CB4 3JZ
  • Limited places
  • Contact


Clip ‘n Climb Cambridge runs inclusive ‘Send’ climbing sessions for climbers with special educational needs. They provide a calm environment, turn the music down and have plenty of instructors to help. Numbers are restricted to 12 in a session. The centre has a climbing hoist, too.




Cambridge Flyerz is an inclusive disability hockey session for all the family delivered by Cambridge City Hockey Club.

Indoor bowls

Sportworks activity club

Sportworks offers sports, exercise and social opportunities for children aged 5 to 18 years old with additional needs. Activities include football, basketball, dancing, boccia and more. Fully qualified coaches are on hand to ensure all children have fun, make friends and improve their health.



Cambridge Lawn Tennis Club welcomes children and adults with disabilities to their club. They run various sessions including social tennis, mini leagues, and individual coaching.