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Hull FC are one of the most proactive organisations in the city when it comes to their work in the community and this is something we are keen to enhance, develop and expand even further.
The Hull FC Community Foundation is the official charity of Hull FC and delivers a range of projects under the four key principles – Participation, Education, Health and Social Inclusion.
Sport and Rugby League has the unique ability to raise spirits and unite different ages, sexes, ethnicities and socio-economic groups in a shared passion and the Hull FC Community Foundation looks to improve the lives of over 40,000 people every single year.
As a registered charity, the Hull FC Foundation ensures that the club’s fantastic work in the local communities is further enhanced through local strategic partnerships within the public, private and voluntary sector.
Whilst the Foundation delivers many projects aside from just rugby league, they continue to be one of the leading deliverers of the Rugby Football League’s SKYTry initiative, in partnership with the sport’s main broadcast partner, Sky Sports.
Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/FCComFoundation
Bonus Youth Performance & Community Centre,
Phone: 01482 304 260
Website: Home - Hull FC Foundation
Hull Kingston Rovers are pleased to provide playing offers in Learning Disability and Physical Disability Rugby League. Disability Rugby League is a mixture of non-contact and full contact Rugby League and can be played by anyone aged 6+ through to adults and of either gender, provided they have a disability.
Physical Disability Rugby League:
Each squad will consist of 13 players with each team permitted nine players.
The nine players on each team will consist of seven players with a physical disability and two able-bodied players who do not have physical disabilities.
It is a running format of Rugby League which involves both full contact and touch tackle options, for all players who have physical disabilities.
Barrie McDermott and Adam Hills are part of the Management Group overseeing the development of PDRL, with the Group chaired by John Welch.
Learning Disability Rugby League:
Each squad will consist of thirteen (13) players (10 with Learning disability & 3 able bodied) with each team permitted seven (7) players on the field at any one time.
A minimum of five (5) players must be present on the field for a game to proceed/continue.
The seven (7) players on each team will consist of a minimum of five (5) players with a learning disability and two maximum (2) “able bodied” players who do not have learning disabilities. These players must wear a high visibility fluoro vest.
Able-bodied: In this game the able-bodied players have a special purpose. Primarily, it is to facilitate the game by tagging the faster disabled players. The able-bodied players shall be identified by the wearing of high visibility fluoro vests.
Hull KR Disability Rugby League
When: Every Tuesday
Where: Hull College Craven Park, on the pitches behind the East Stand
Able and Active sessions
We provide inclusive sports sessions to help support individuals who have additional needs and requirements due to having a disability. These sessions are free to attend and are for young people aged 8-18 years!
We are following Government and FA Safety guidance, please let us know within the booking form if you are exempt from wearing a mask or not- for entering the facility. Masks do not have to be worn during the session in the Arena Hall.
Monday - Tigers Trust Arena, 7pm-8.30pm
Wednesday - Sirius West, 6pm-7:30pm
Contact us for more information
Tigers Trust Area,
Phone: 01482 358 371
Website: Tigers Trust Hull | Community Sports & Training East Yorkshire
Hull and East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club – Electric Eels and Electric Eels Academy
LOCATION AND ACCESS
Our sessions are now held at the new Hull University Sports Centre, Inglemire Lane, HU6 7TS
Matches take place at various venues
ACCESS TO THE SERVICE
You do not need to be referred to us and there’s no criteria to meet. Contact us and come and have a go.
WHO THE SERVICE IS FOR
We cater for all disabilities, gender and age although the sport is aimed at full time wheelchair users.
PARENT AND SIBLING INVOLVEMENT
Parents/careers need to stay on site whilst at training or matches to help attach bumpers to chairs and to handle any medication or other need players may have. Siblings are welcome to participate at training session however we are limited with the equipment we have.
REGISTERED SERVICE AND REGULATORY BODY
The WFA (Wheelchair Football Association)
TRAINING ACQUIRED TO SUPPORT CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH SEND AND THEIR FAMILIES
We have 3 Wheelchair Football Association trained coaches, and a full committee with first aiders, safeguarding ect and are supported by the East Riding Football Association.
COST OF SERVICE AND PAYMENT OPTIONS
£5 per session per player. Subs to be paid in cash.
Hull University Sports Centre,
Phone: 07901 027 923 (Lee)
Website: Hull & East Yorkshire Powerchair Football Club (electriceelspfc.com)
Beverley PAN Disability Football pride ourselves on delivering fun packed football sessions, the Award winning sessions take place Friday evenings at Longcroft Sports Hall 6 till 8pm, new players are ALWAYS welcome, anyone is welcome along to see how we run our sessions.
Join our Facebook group to find out more! https://www.facebook.com/groups/696129423778246
East Park is home to the Adapted Cycling Scheme, the regions only dedicated adapted cycling centre and the largest scheme of its kind in the UK. Disabled people, their carers and families can access the scheme to get active in Hull's flagship park and enjoy cycling in a relaxing outdoor environment.
The Adapted Cycling Scheme has over 90 bikes and has a wide variety of types of adapted bike for use for people with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities. This allows the scheme to cater for a range of disabilities within those categories and find the bike that is right for them to enjoy physical activity. The scheme is open to people of all ages.
How to join and book a bike
To register for the adapted cycling scheme new customers must complete a registration form prior to use which can be obtained from East Park Reception. A passport sized photograph along with photographic identification and proof of address are required.
For new customers, an assessment of your needs will be done by the staff to ensure we find the correct bike for your use.
All sessions must be booked in advance before 10am by calling East Park Reception on 01482 616 878.
Please note that as we now reopen for the public, existing customers will be asked to complete a new registration form prior to use to ensure we have up to date details.
Registration fee - £1
Session price - £5.15 each person. Carers ride for free.
Family ticket - £17
The adapted cycling scheme will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 3pm. Sessions must be booked in advance before 10am by calling East Park Reception on 01482 616 878.
Phone: 0148 616 878
Website: Adapted Cycling Scheme | Hull Culture and Leisure (hcandl.co.uk)
The pool sessions are at the hydrotherapy pool at Frederick Holmes Special School on Mondays and Thursday evenings (excluding school holidays).
We use the Halliwick Concept of teaching swimming. All our instructors are trained by the Halliwick Association of Swimming Therapy and have attended a minimum of a 4 day course In addition 4 instructors are qualifies swimming teachers. (Amateur Swimming Association / Swim England)
6.00pm to 6.45pm Children
7.00pm to 8.00pm adults
6.00 pm to 6.45 pm Children.
7.00 pm to 8.00 Adults
People must bring someone with them to help.
When you have learned to swim, there are opportunities to take part in competitions!
Group Activity - Riding
Group operating times -
Monday Time: Evening
Thursday Time: Morning, Afternoon
Group working with -
Children & Young People (aged under 18), Adults (aged 18 or over)
Phone: 07901 951 076
We organise year round training opportunities in gymnastics to people with learning disabilities. We promote other activities that may be of interest to our members.
Age - 6-25 years, Tigers Trust Arena, West Park, Walton St, Hull HU3 6GA
Who this service is for?
Young people with learning disabilities.
Siblings can attend the service, but priority is given to those with the disability. If space is tight, they may be asked not to take part on occasions.
Parents do not need to stay while the child attends the activity.
Training acquired to support children and young people with SEND and their families
Volunteers have professional qualifications including a disability module. Enhanced DBS clearance required for all in close contact.
Opening times - Mondays: 7.15pm-8.30pm
Cost of service and payment options
Suggested fee £24 per calendar month, payment by direct debit only.
Phone: 01482 871 349
Website: Welcome | Special Olympics (specialolympicsgb.org.uk)