Sport and physical activity can improve the health, well-being and quality of life of a person with a disability.

Physically it improves blood circulation, strengthens muscles, improves balance and co-ordination, whilst providing psychological benefits like good self-esteem, confidence and a belief in skills and abilities.

It can also help to reduce anxiety and stress, but most importantly it can be fun and a good social opportunity.

These organisations have provided information on either bespoke or adapted activities. If you are a club/ organisation who has an offer for people with a disability, please email us on:

Wheelchair Basket Ball

Case Study

Do you have a disability and take part in a physical activity? Would you like to share what you do to help inspire others? If so, please email:


These are Accessible Activities listed within our directories. If you are a Bristol Sport or Physical Activity organisation which offers accessible activities, are already listed in our directory and would like to be linked to the Accessible Activities directory please email: with details, if you are not listed please download the relevant form: Community Activities Form or Sport Club Form complete and email it to us. Thankyou

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