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Disability Sport District Networks
Throughout Derbyshire there are disability sport networks or groups that bring together local organisations and volunteers with an aim to increase participation of disabled people in sport and physical activity.
Derbyshire Sport support all networks by offering guidance, knowledge and information. The networks provide excellent opportunities to share information, update others and create links with different organisations within the disability sector. If you are interested in attending a meeting, please get in touch with the network's main contact.
Amber Valley Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity (AVISPA) have members from the local school network, district council and voluntary sector.
Main contact: Nikki Ottowell, firstname.lastname@example.org or 01773 841428
Derbyshire Dales Disability Sports Group
The group have members from local schools, community groups and the district council. In the past the group have been awarded funding for developing opportunities for disabled people in sport and physical activity.
Main contact: Alan McGill, email@example.com or 01629 761380
Erewash Disability Sport Group
The group have members from local day centres, Erewash Borough Council and the local voluntary sector including parents and carers.
The group are working towards an action plan and welcome anyone from the local area to attend meetings or be including on their database.
Main contact: Dawn Worthington, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07966 991709
- EDSG Action Plan 2016 (MS Word, 165 Kb)
High Peak Disability Sport Group
The group have members from local colleges, schools and the voluntary sector. In the past the group has coordinated a boccia event for local young people.
Main contact: Alice Wright, email@example.com or 07962 020748
North Derbyshire Disability Sport Network
The group have members from local colleges, leisure centres, community organisations and the voluntary sector. In the past the group have coordinated an activity event for local disabled people.