Sunday 3 July will once again see the return of the Huntingdonshire Disability Sports Forum’s Annual Outdoor Sports Festival. The event is being held at Hinchingbrooke School and will give people with disabilities the opportunity to take part in a variety of different sports and activities throughout the day.

Participants, families and friends can turn up on the day and choose from a wide range of Paralympic sports such as archery, Boccia, football, volleyball and tennis, alongside popular activities such as cricket, Tri-Golf and Zumba.

Sports and activities are run together with local disability sports clubs and organisations such as the Huntingdonshire Cricket Board, Hunts Boccia, Little Miracles Dance Club, Ramsey Ravens Archery Club and St Ives Rangers Disability Football Club.

Huntingdonshire District Councillor John Palmer, whose executive responsibilities include the One Leisure Active Lifestyles team, said: "Every year these events are getting bigger and bigger. Huntingdonshire really does have something for everyone at these Disability Sports Festivals."

The Festival costs £5 per person and runs from 10:30am until 4pm with four different activity blocks, followed by some fun races and presentations.

For more information contact Paul Ashbridge, Sports Development Officer, on 01480 388842 or visit our Disability Sport page.