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Most people, regardless of age, gender, ability or disability, can take part in archery as a recreational activity or as a serious sport. The great thing about it is that all archers, regardless of ability or disability, shoot together in the same competitions and from the same shooting line.
English Federation of Disability Sports
EDFS works with County Sports Partnerships, clubs and schools to engage more disabled people.
We support disabled people to find opportunities to get active. Being active is good for everyone's health and well-being. There are many ways for people to enjoy an active lifestyle.
The British Wheelchair Archery Association is a multifaceted organisation and assists with all aspects from grassroots information to elite level training.
New archers are encouraged to join a local archery club to receive coaching and gain experience. Once the person has their own equipment they are encouraged to attend a archery training weekend at Stoke Mandeville.
UK Sport strategically invest National Lottery and Exchequer income into Olympic and Paralympic Sport.
Cerebral Palsy Guidance
Cerebral Palsy Guidance was created to provide answers and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Our goal is to reach as many members of the cerebral palsy community as possible, building up a network of support, as well as providing necessary assistance.
Cerebral Palsy Sport
Cerebral Palsy Sport is the country’s leading national disability sports organisation supporting people with cerebral palsy to reach their sporting potential.
OnTrack magazine is the UK’s essential guide to sports for people of all ages and abilities.