created by Julie Belcher published on 30 August 2017

Sports Taster Day

Making sport accessible to all

On Sunday 24 September the Children’s Therapies Team, based at The Royal United Hospital Bath, are holding a very special Sports Taster Day for school-aged children with physical disabilities. 

An exciting range of sports and activities will be on offer, both with and without adaptive equipment, opening up the world of sport to children who can struggle to find accessible sports.

The event has been made possible due to the kind sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Bath and is being supported by organisations and sports groups that specialise in making sport accessible to all.

The day is suitable for all school-age children with a physical disability – wheels are very much welcome!

The event is being held at Writhlington Sports Centre (near Radstock) from 11.30am until 4pm. The venue is, of course, accessible.

For more information or to book your child’s place, please email


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