Within Hertfordshire there are dozens of fantastic opportunities for people with all kinds of disabilities to get involved in all kinds of sport, from football or tennis to swimming or archery... There's something for everybody!
To ensure that everybody gets the most out of their sporting experience, the Herts Sports Partnership are working together with our partners to audit all the sports clubs in the county that claim to provide for people with disabilities.
There is also a new Herts Disability Sports Hub website for all things sport, you can visit that here: www.hertsdisabilitysportshub.com.
The Disability Sport Officer for the Herts Sports Partnership is Ros Cramp.
T: 01707 284229
Many football clubs within Hertfordshire run sessions for people with a wide range of disabilities, allowing participants to train and get the same enjoyment out of football that everybody else does. Herts FA is dedicated to the growth and development of disability football throughout England as well as here in Hertfordshire.
For more information, please visit Herts FA Disability Football.
An organisation offering sporting opportunities for people with learning difficulties; their main focus being to offer sport at all levels and for all abilities. Hertfordshire has two branches of the Special Olympics; one covering East Herts the other covering St Albans.
Watford FC Community Sports & Education Trust
The Watford FC Community Sports & Education Trust offers opportunities for disabled people. For more information please visit Watford FC Community Sport and Education Trust.