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Group Category: Health Conditions/Disability

  • Derbyshire Carers Association

    Derbyshire Carers Association

    Derbyshire Carers Association recognise that the responsibility of caring for someone who cannot manage at home without help often places great physical and emotional strain upon the Carer. Their mission is to make a positive difference to the lives of local Carers by; increasing public awareness of the Carer’s role, challenging the inequalities unpaid Carers…

  • Notts in Mind

    Notts in Mind

    Activities and social session provide expert and peer support bringing women together in a welcoming, active environment. • Feeling down? • Need a boost? • Stressed out? • Finding it hard to cope? Why not try Notts in Mind delivered by Trent Bridge Community Trust’s wellbeing team. We’ll support you to: • Increase self-esteem •…

  • Dancing for Health CIC

    Dancing for Health CIC

    We understand that finding a physical activity that is both safe and suitable for your individual needs and abilities can be a challenge. That’s why we have designed our programmes to be gentle yet effective, catering to people of all levels and skills. Our programmes provide a great way to get active and offer a…

  • Walks for All- Fully Accessible, Dementia Friendly Walk/Stroll and Talk

    Walks for All- Fully Accessible, Dementia Friendly Walk/Stroll and Talk

    These very steady walks will enable those living with dementia and carers supporting loved ones to enjoy meeting up, being outdoors and sharing your experiences. If you need someone to support you please don’t come on your own, unfortunately we can’t provide support.

  • Walking Cricket – Heanor

    Walking Cricket – Heanor

    The Derbyshire Cricket Foundation are running a walking cricket session at the Heanor leisure centre Tuesday’s 10-11:30, specifically aimed at those ladies and gentlemen who are looking to keep physically and socially active. We welcome all abilities, from those who are beginners right through to those who are well seasoned in the sport. Our sessions…

  • Walking Cricket – Alfreton

    Walking Cricket – Alfreton

    The Derbyshire Cricket Foundation are running a walking cricket session at the Alfreton leisure centre Wednesdays 11-1pm specifically aimed at those ladies and gentlemen who are looking to keep physically and socially active. We welcome all abilities, from those who are beginners right through to those who are well seasoned in the sport. Our sessions…

  • Dicky Tickers Heart Support Group

    Dicky Tickers Heart Support Group

    A heart support group in the Clay Cross area in North East Derbyshire. This group has been running for over 20 years and provides support for those that have suffered cardiac events whilst providing them with the confidence to improve their physical activity levels. The group meet three times per week at the following times…

  • The ICCA Memory Club

    A free-of-charge, low impact activity, social and wellbeing club for adults who are concerned about their memory loss due to a health condition such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, post-Covid memory loss or menopausal memory loss, amongst other things. Memory Club is a free club for anyone looking to interact with others, take up social and low…

  • Mencap Sport

    We work together with Sport England, our Mencap groups, services and external organisations to develop sport and physical activity opportunities within local communities. Through our Learning Disability and Sport workshop we work to make mainstream environments inclusive and we organise annual national competitions in swimming and athletics.

  • Derby Bucks Mixed Ability Rugby

    The Derby Bucks are Derby RFC’s ‘Mixed Ability’ team, aimed at providing social senior rugby for men aged 17+. Founded in 2018, the team have grown from an initial 3 players to a squad of 30+ for the 2022/23 season. A culture of inclusivity is at the heart of the team and this is reflected…