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Wakefield Able2 Clubs

01977 709576

16 Royal Court
Pontefract
WF8 4RX

Wakefield Able2 Clubs are sports and leisure clubs predominantly for people with a physical disability. The clubs are: Able2 Boccia Club (Wednesday, Kinsley and Fitzwilliam Community Centre), Able2 Swim Club (Thursday, Featherstone Pool), Able2 Saturday Club (Featherstone Sports Centre), Featherstone Rovers Wheelchair Rugby League Club (Monday, Featherstone Sports Centre), Yorkshire Cerebral Palsy FC (Friday, Featherstone Sports Centre), Yorkshire Wheelchair FC (Saturday, Featherstone Sports Centre), Able2 Pontefract Special Olympics Club, Yorkshire Lions Wheelchair Rugby Club (Saturday, Featherstone Sports Centre and Spinal Injuries Unit at Pinderfields Hospital), Wakefield Whirlwinds Wheelchair Basketball Club (Friday, Featherstone Sports Centre) and last, but certainly not least!, The Little Twisters (Junior) Wheelchair Sports Club (Saturday, Featherstone Sports Centre.)

Wakefield Autism Leisure Club

www.walconline.com

Wakefield Autism Leisure Club is a registered charity providing sports and leisure activities for people with learning difficulties.

Wakefield District Cycle Forum

www.cycling-wakefield.org.uk

01977 703546

16 Beechwood Avenue
Pontefract
WF8 4ED

Wakefield District Cycle Forum campaigns to improve infrastructure for cycling in the Wakefield District and organises events, and rides to promote cycling in the district.

Wakefield Trinity Amateur Boxing Club

trinityboxingabc@gmail.com

07891161407

Unit 2
2-6 Carlton Street
Wakefield
WF2 8TQ

We are an Amateur Boxing Club affiliated with England Boxing.

Wakefield Trinity Community Trust

www.wakefieldtrinity.com

01924 211611

The Mobile Rocket Stadium
Doncaster Road
Wakefield
WF1 5EY

Wakefield Trinity Community Trust is the charitable arm of Wakefield Trinity RLFC. It uses the power of sport and other physical activities such as dance to engage with young people, especially, though not exclusively, those who are disadvantaged or deprived and encourage them towards more healthy, fulfilling and positive lifestyles.

Wakefield Visually Impaired Group

01924 365357

8 Speak Close
Wakefield
WF1 4TG

Wakefield Visually Impaired Group was formed by people with sight problems as a self-help group. It offers facilities for meeting socially, which provides an informal and relaxed environment for people to swap notes on their experiences and problems.

West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club

patriciadent25@yahoo.co.uk

01924 258528

Sandal Hall Close
Sandal
Wakefield
WF2 6ER

West Yorkshire Sports and Social Club is a Charity Incorporated multi sports and social club offering greenfield sports, tennis and bowls as well as indoor recreational rooms.

Wrenthorpe Rangers FC

www.wrenthorperangers.com/

Wrenthorpe Rangers FC has teams ranging from U5-U17 and it also has two Open Age teams. It is proud to be a FA Charter Standard Development Club and a Community Amateur Sports Club. It is affiliated to West Riding County FA.

Wrenthorpe Sports Club

www.wrenthorpe.play-cricket.com

Stubbsmart@aol.com

01924 386364

Bragg Lane End
Bradford Road, Wrenthorpe
Wakefield
WF2 9LX

Wrenthorpe Sports Club provides cricket for boys, girls, men and women.

Yorkshire Sport Foundation

www.yorkshiresport.org/

0330 2020 280

Nepshaw Lane South
Morley
Leeds
LS27 7JQ

Yorkshire Sport Foundation is a sport and physical activity charity with a vision to create vibrant, healthy and prosperous communities through sport. Its role is to connect, influence and provide sport and physical activity to make it an everyday part of people's lives. It wants to see more people taking part in sport and being physically active while ensuring that there is greater inclusivity in access to opportunities.

Yorkshire Visually Impaired Cricket Club

ralph.aldred@ntlworld.com

0161 882 0261

Old Sharlston Cricket Club
Weeland Road
Wakefield
WF4 1DB

Yorkshire Visually Impaired Cricket Club provides the opportunity for blind/visually impaired boys and girls of all ages and abilities to play cricket against teams from all over England.

Young People's Empowerment Project

www.ypep.co.uk

info@ypep.co.uk

01977 309101

The Airedale Methodist Church
1 Elizabeth Drive
Castleford
WF10 3LB

Young People's Empowerment Project work with young people that are Not in Education Employment or Training to develop educational and employability skills.