A day to remember event (29 Nov) 2014 to help disabled children access sport @David Lloyd Leisure

Posted by on November 27, 2014 in Active & Supportive Communities | 0 comments

A Day to Remember was formed as an initiative toward helping youth with a physical and/or mental disability, to gain further access and opportunities of sports participation. The brand was named and developed by two sports enthusiasts that have combined both their motivation to enhance sports opportunity for youth, along with an added incentive to their own personal sports challenges. A Day to Remember has now gained credibility and growth within the local community as an access-to-sport project for children with mental and/or physical disabilities.

Their event is being held on Saturday 29th November at David Lloyd Leisure, Dudley, DY5 3YP. This is an event that is completely free of charge for all children to attend, and take part in an array of fun sporting activities.

The sporting activities will be chosen at the discretion of the coaches available to us on the day (all of whom will be certified first aiders, CRB-checked and qualified in the sport they are to deliver), however here is a list of the potential activities available to the attending children:

  • Football
  • Hockey
  • Cricket
  • Lacrosse (short stick)
  • Hoop basketball
  • Mini tennis
  • Parachute games
  • Giant jenga/ giant snakes and ladders/ giant connect 4
  • Dance (freestyle/cheerleading/street)
  • Dodgeball

The event will run from 10:00am-15:00pm, with a break taking place from 12:00-13:00pm where lunch will be provided for all children, as well as a prize-distributing raffle ceremony.

It promises to be a terrific day of sport, at no expense to those taking part. Please use the contact details shown above if you wish to be involved or find out more regarding our event. It would be our pleasure to host children from your organisation and there are no quantities or conditions that we cannot cater for.


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