Having a disability can make it harder to be active, but it needn’t stop you giving exercise a go. There’s an activity out there for everyone and we're here to help! We’re working closely with partner organisations to improve and promote opportunities for people with disabilities to get active in Bury.
Wheels for All
Clarence Park in Bury is the home to Wheels for All, an inclusive cycling facility with dozens of adapted cycles, giving people of all abilities the opportunity to ride a bike in a controlled and safe environment.
The facility also stores two wheeled mountain bikes, allowing families and friends to cycle together alongside.
Visit our Wheels for All page for all the session information.
For more details, please call Bury Sport and Physical Activity Service on 0161 253 5893 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Castle Knights is a disability sports group, based at Castle Leisure Centre, where members can meet friends and take part in activities like boccia, table tennis, pool, darts and basketball, as well as table games such as dominoes.
Castle Knights is open to anyone aged 18 or over who has a disability of any kind.
Tell me more
If you’d like to find out more about accessible activities in Bury or work with us to provide more opportunities, then please contact us.
Need some funding?
We have three opportunities for funding available in Bury, whether you're part of a charity or constituted group or an instructor/coach with an idea to help bring more accessible activity to our town.
Visit our funding page for more information.