Braintree District, Castlepoint Borough, Colchester Borough, Epping Forest District
Sport for Confidence
There are some activities run by healthcare professionals within some leisure centres in Essex, who work alongside coaches, leisure staff and external clubs to provide sporting opportunities to people with and without disabilities. Find out more where and when they are.
D4S provide a wide range of sporting opportunities and activities that are aimed at engaging and empowering disabled people of all ages and abilities, with the intention of improving physical health and mental well-being. Livewell Colchester is supporting D4S to set up football sessions for those with hearing impairment and young people living with families affected by hearing impairment.
Active Living is a brand new free healthy active lifestyle programme for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. In the weekly session, there is 20 minutes of theory activities to raise awareness for lifestyle choices such as healthy eating, health and hygiene, healthy relationships and friendships and more. The aim of the programme is to keep these adults active and to also help them get a better understanding of how to live a healthy active lifestyle.
When? every Wednesday at 1:15pm – 2:15pm
Where? Sports hall at Epping Forest sports centre
Active Living boccia
When? every Monday at 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Where? Ongar Leisure Centre
Active Living trampolining
When? Every Tuesday at 12noon – 1pm
Where? at Epping Sports centre
How to book or more information: Participants are required to fill out a referral form beforehand just so we can add you to our register and have any emergency information. Call our reception for any queries 01992 564 5561 or feel free to email at email@example.com
All sessions are fun and enjoyable for participants, everyone is welcome to come along and get involved. You can take part in many fun sports and maybe some you’ve never played before. Our coaches are trained and will ensure you enjoy yourself
Active Essex activity finder
They have all the disability and inclusive sport and physical activity opportunities that they are aware of across the county to a specific map on their website.