MIDDLESBROUGH Judo welcomed the children, staff and parents from Middlesbrough Sportability
Club, a local charity who provide sport and leisurely activities for children with disabilities aged between 8 and 19 years of age.
It will work alongside Gateshead College to create and sustain the Sportability
club and other disability sports opportunities.
The organisation has already set up a number of projects for 2014, including Gateshead College Sportability
club, Northumberland Sport Family forum day and Boccia Northumberland but are looking for volunteers to come forward.
The fee per player is $375 and online registration is available through sportability
One of the directors of Sportability
Scotland was Glasgow City Council leader Bob Gould, who was among nine councillors suspended by the Labour Party on Wednesday.
Activities at Middlesbrough Sportability
Club help develop vital skills
This will allow the Millers to work alongside Gateshead College to create and sustain a sportability
club and other disability opportunities.
The new Sportability
programme, run by Durham County Cricket Foundation, with support from Sunderland AFC's Foundation of Light, Durham Cricket Board and local landlord Cestria Community Housing, aims to provide fun sports sessions to allow those taking part to develop their social skills, agility, balance and coordination.
Club was formed in 2003 to provide sport and leisurely activities for children with disabilities aged between eight and 19 years of age.
The Service to Sport Award was presented to Liz Starrs and Glynis Hansen, who have been involved in Hartlepool Sportability
Club since it was founded 25 years ago.
Online registration with a credit card is available at sportability