The New Forest District has a great variety of clubs for many different sports. When looking for a club it is recommended that you look for the club accreditation sign. This is a kite mark that highlights the club as safe, effective and child friendly having met criteria stipulated by the sports governing body. These opportunities would not exist were it not for the dedicated group of people who run the variety of clubs that the New Forest District has to offer.
If you want to take part in a sporting activity, there are many clubs available throughout the New Forest. Also, the Get Active Hampshire & IOW website provides details of Sports Clubs. You can find information on taster sessions at Join in UK
It doesn’t matter if you want to play sport, watch or volunteer, there are countless ways to get involved! Be Inspired will help you get the most out of what is proving to be a pretty good decade to be a sports fan. Whether you want to watch or play sport or volunteer at major events or your local club, ‘be inspired’ can help you get involved with exclusive competitions, discounts, offers and opportunities. beinspireduk.org
The Parasport website, is the first of its kind in the UK, we aim to inspire anyone with a disability to lead an active lifestyle and enjoy all the benefits that are associated with participating in sport, such as health, inclusion and social development as well as the value of sport in rehabilitation.
Hampshire & IOW Disability Sports Guide
The Hampshire & IOW Disability Sports Guide, is arranged into local authority areas. The Guide provides contact details for Inclusive Fitness (IFI) Facilities, local sports development officers and sports clubs.