Active and able (multi-sports clubs) 

These sessions are open to all and our aim is to encourage individuals to play and progress in sport and activity, regardless of ability. We operate a multi-sport approach where we try a new activity every week, adapted to meet individual needs.

The sessions are structured and led by qualified coaches who ensure all participants stay physically active and develop their own sporting ability in a social environment.

Participants must be aged 14 years and over. The cost is £2.50 per session and carers can join in for free.

* Sessions are term-time only.

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Location Day Time
One Leisure Huntingdon Thursday 11am-12pm
One Leisure St Neots Friday 11am-12pm

Sports for all

Our One Leisure Active Lifestyles team runs weekly sports sessions for disabled people at day care centres across the district. Participants can improve their skills and increase their confidence by taking part in a variety of sports, including cricket, football, boccia, hockey, volleyball, basketball, badminton and tennis.  

Session details

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Group Location Day Time
Shortsands  One Leisure St Neots  Monday 10.30am - 11.30am
Leonard Cheshire The Manor, Brampton Tuesday 2pm - 3pm
Special Choices One Leisure Huntingdon Friday 10.45am - 11.45pm

* Sessions are term-time only.

If you know a day care centre that would like to take part or would like more information, please email activelifestyles@huntingdonshire.gov.uk or call 01480 387098.

Holiday sessions

Our Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) sports holiday programme runs during school holidays at various venues across Huntingdonshire. These sessions are open to all, but some age restrictions may apply.

The sessions offer a range of sporting activities for people of all ages and abilities. All activities are led by qualified and experienced coaches who are assisted by helpers and volunteers.

Siblings and friends are also welcome as long as there are enough spaces available (charges apply unless the helper is actively supporting the child/service user’s participation). If the participant requires one-to-one care, we ask that a parent/carer stays for the duration of the session to support the participant.

There is also the opportunity to book onto a mainstream sports activity if preferred.

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Sports festival

The Huntingdonshire Disability Sports Forum organises two festivals each year. The aim is to introduce disabled people to sports and activities they may not have taken part in before, and to provide details of where they can participate in these activities. The festivals are supported by local clubs and organisations who give up their time voluntarily to coach and lead the activities.

Sports clubs

There are a range of sports clubs and activities for disabled people within Huntingdonshire: