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Incusive ice skating at Peterborough

Would your young people like to learn to ice skate or play and have fun on the ice? This group, at the Peterborough rink, is for people with disabilities, life limiting conditions and additional needs, their families and carers. They are particularly interested in reaching 14 to 19 year olds with disabilities who are currently inactive and young people with learning disabilities, as the sessions are supported by Living Sport Satellite Club project which is National Lottery funded and Special Olympics.The session run fortnightly on a Monday, 6.30 to 7.30pm at Planet Ice, Bretton. The costs is £2 per person. Bookings must be made in advance (by noon on the day of the session)

Motorbiking at Ramsey

The Gauntlet Auto Project (G A P), in Ramsey teaches young people to ride motorcycles and, thanks to a grant, now have two quad bikes and one mid-sized motorcycle converted for disabled riders aged 11-25.

All have a remote control stopping facility and are speed restricted.  The two quad bikes, one with a single seat and one with a double seat, have had back rests added and the small motorcycle has had stabilisers fitted to it, which can be used by nervous first timers, or someone with balance problems.

The facility is available, for a fee, to groups and individuals, by appointment. All safety equipment is provided and experienced volunteers supervise the proceedings.

There is a cafe where tea, coffee, cold drinks and snacks are available and there is also an outside viewing area with tables and seating.

For more information or to book sessions, contact Roger or Wayne on 01487 711161;;

Romsey Mill

Delivers youth clubs and support in and around Cambridge for autistic children and young people. For more information go to or contact
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For more information or to book sessions, contact Roger or Wayne on 01487 711161;;

Disability Gymnastics

Cambridge Gymnastics Academy, North Cambridge Academy, Arbury Road, Cambridge, CB4 2JF

Sensory Learning Tailored to the Individuals Needs

Come and meet our friendly team of coaches in our disability classes. Whilst our club is inclusive in our children’s classes, we feel we can offer a better service to adults with a disability or children with more extensive needs, in their own classes during the day. During our 45 minute lesson, we offer sensory learning tailored to the individuals needs to enhance their experience whilst at our club. Each lesson we explore stretching, balancing, general mobility and of course gymnastics skills. These sessions are fun and relaxed and are designed to help boast the confidence of the individual and if attending with a carer or parent, this will help to enhance your already strong bond.  There is a social aspect after these sessions for 15 minutes where tea, coffee and biscuits are on offer for no additional cost.  Visit the website for more information


Adaptive Martial Arts

Designed for disabled and able bodied modern martial artists,these sessions are being held at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre on  Thursdays, 7.30 to 9.30pm

For more information  contact Neil Kirkland:
Mobile: 07596 455852
or visit the Adaptive Martial Arts website

Rhythm & Moves

T’ai Chi & Music session aimed towards adults (16+) who have complex and multiple, moderate to severe learning and physical disabilities.  A volunteer is on hand to converse in BSL and sign in Makaton, if required.

Sessions run on Mondays, 10-12noon at Arbury Community Centre, in the big hall.

The £5 session includes refreshments at the end and classes run 40 weeks of the year.

More info: email

Lego clubs

Royston and Villages SEN lego club. Click here for more details.
Cambridgeshire libraries run regular family events including lego clubs. Find out more here.

Trampolining & Bounce

Rebound Therapy at St Ives, St Neots and Cambridge

Sibling carer Connor Beaumont is expanding his rebound therapy sessions.

St Neots One Leisure

Tuesday 3-6pm

Wednesday 12-5pm

St Ives One Leisure

Friday 6-8pm
Saturday 8-30 till 12 noon


11-2pm  then 4pm – 6-30pm

Sessions can be funded by direct payments or the short breaks team. Anyone with an additional need or disability can benefit from Rebound Therapy. It costs £10 for a small group session or you can book 1-2-1 sessions for £20.

Please book in advance — first session is free.  You can email  or call 07763 635591 or make contact via  his facebook page

Connor, who helps care for his 14-year-old brother, who is severely disabled, is fully qualified, insured and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checked. He has child protection policies in place.  He’s also associated with the Prince’s Trust.  He says his sessions are suitable for children from aged three and above.



Term-time sessions for young people with additional needs are hosted at Impington Village College which promises a  calm, supportive and encouraging environment to bounce.

Tuesdays 5.15pm – 6.15pm at Impington Village College Sports Centre.

First taster session is free, then £4.50 per session.

Contact Maria on 07922 571351.


Jump Club – Huntingdon and St Ives

  • One Leisure Huntingdon, St Peter’s Road, Huntingdon PE29 7DA (all ages) on Mondays , 12.30pm to 1.30pm and 1.30pm to 2.30pm
  • One Leisure St Ives Indoor, Westwood Road, St Ives PE27 6WU (all ages) on Saturdays, 10am to 11am and 11am to 12noon

Jump Club uses trampolines to provide opportunities for movement, therapeutic exercise and recreation. Sessions are for adults and children with learning difficulties, limited mobility or whose physical condition causes muscle rigidity.

Exercises on a trampoline can improve muscle tone, flexibility and provide a host of stimulating sensory experiences. It can also provide improved balance and spatial awareness. You can develop new skills that bring a tremendous sense of achievement or just enjoy the pure sensation that bouncing on a trampoline provides.

Sessions are delivered by a qualified Rebound Therapist and Inclusive Multi Sports Coach. As well as the health and fitness benefits, best of all – Jump Club is fun! 1:1 sessions are available upon request. First session is free. There are limited spaces so pre-booking is essential. For bookings and further information contact John Beck

T: 07866 706539


Xtreme 360 St Neots

SEN sessions now available Tuesdays at 4pm. This is currently a trial until end February 2023.

Tickets for SEN sessions are only £5 and it covers a carer as well.

The session will have the disco lights off, and low level music or off completely at request.

There is a limited capacity for this session so it is not overcrowded.

For information all 01480 587296 or email

Rotations trampoline club

SENCE is an education and day service for people with a dual and single sensory impairment with additional learning disabilities.

This is a fantastic opportunity for those attending the day service to experience movement on a trampoline. There are two session one on Thursday and Friday from 10.30 -12 noon.

Click here for further details.

Clip n Climb

At Clip ‘n Climb Cambridge, we passionately share an ethos around inclusion for all, supporting groups and individuals to challenge themselves, and promoting healthy lifestyle activities. We try and support as many people as possible climbing through our regular events, work with charities and groups, and through 1:1 activities.


Sandy Hill Community Project Centre

Sandy Hill Community Project Centre C.I.C is a new, innovative, not- for-profit centre located on the outskirts of Cottenham, Cambs.

In response to the mental health crisis following the COVID pandemic the centre was formed. The centre offers a wide variety of outdoor activities to support positive mental health and wellbeing for those in the local and wider community.

The Centre is set in 16 acres of countryside. It has 8 ponies, 4 heavy horses and various small animals including chickens, ducks, rabbits and pigs. There is also an orchard, sensory garden and vegetable patch on site.

Sandy Hill provides a haven for individuals and groups to have a safe space to recognise and achieve goals and personal fulfilment. 

Projects and sessions will be delivered throughout the year and are tailored to meet the needs of the individual or groups which can vary between short experiences as well as supporting individuals over a longer period of time. The activities are focused around engaging with the animals and nature.


Cambridge Equine Assisted Learning Centre

Cambridge Equine Assisted Learning Centre help individuals achieve their goals through interactions with horses. They specialise in working with children, young people and adults with social, emotional and learning difficulties.