Recently Wheels for All worked in partnership with the Wiltshire Sports engagement team to bring inclusive cycling to children, adults and the elderly. Wheels for All was welcomed by Salisbury communities and the day was a complete success with many children trying out cycling for the first time with some great feedback ” We want to come back again” and “I’ve had an amazing time”.
A big thank you goes out to Exeter House Special School and Manor Fields primary School and also The Meadows Day Centre who all got involved in the Wheels for All event and left with big smiles on their faces!!
The aim is to make Salisbury Five Rivers Leisure Centre a Wheels for All centre offering cycling for all abilities on a regular basis. The will begin with a season of Wheels for All activities from April 2017.
We realise Wiltshire has been represented in term s of a complete cycling offer and so it is great to have the support and dedication of the disability sports team to make this happen for South Wiltshire
If you would like to know more would like to get involved as a participant or as a volunteer please do get in touch with Rob Paget Disability Sport Development Officer 01722 434770 or email – email@example.com
Recently we delivered a successful Wheels for All Leader training course for St. Helens council on Merseyside.
The course was delivered in partnership with the road safety team and the sports development team of the council alongside various partners representing day centres and SEN school from across the region.
Th aim of the training course was to educate and mentor and give people the knowledge and skills to support future sessions from Victoria Park in St. Helens ready for the new season of Spring 2017.
If you would like to get involved with St. Helens Wheels for All as a participant or a volunteer please do get in touch with Lyndsey Ryder-Moulton on 01744 676188
We are really looking forward to a very busy day at the Five Rivers Leisure Centre on Monday 21st November whereby we will be bringing Wheels for All activities to children, adults and the elderly.
The Try Out event is being delivered in partnership with Wiltshire County Council through the Disability Sports development team at the council.
The aim is to gather momentum and ongoing interest for the creation of a permanent Wheels for All offer for all abilities across South Wiltshire and beyond.
We are aware that here is currently very little provision for inclusive cycling across the county of Wiltshire and the aim of this partnership is to create a regular Wheels for All programme for the communuties of South Wilthsire in Salisbury accessible for everyone regardless of their ability.
If you would like to know more about the event and get involved then please contact Robert Paget on 01722 434770 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Through our Pedal Away initiative we have recently delivered another exceptional Great Pedal Away Challenge which offers rider a chance to take on the challenge of either a 10 mile or a 40 mile tour of the borough of Knowsley.
Over 140 riders took part in the challenge event which showcases the cycle trails, greenways and countryside in and around Knowsley.
We had exceptional weather on the day making it ideal for the cycle challenge.
Every person that entered the event raised funds for the charity Cycling Projects and with the added incentive of those rasing over a £100 receiving a limited edition Cycling Projects cycle jersey!
All proceeds will go towards increasing the fleet of adapted cycles at our Wheels for All centres in Halewood.
A huge thank you goes out to all the riders who completed the events – your support is very much appreciated and of course we really want to thank all the volunteers and partners who made this event such a success – it really couldn’t have happened without you!!
The plans for The Great Pedal Away Challenge event 2017 are for bigger and better things perhaps stretching into neighboring boroughs….so watch this space for further updates..
Moors Valley Country Park is a Forestry Commission site in Dorset which offers inclusive cycling opportunities for groups, individuals and those returning to cycling after recovering from ill health.
We have teamed up with the Health and Activity Team for Christchurch and East Dorset and also Wessex Inclusive Cycling to provide training and support as they plan to expand their service and increase their pool of volunteers.
The network of volunteers includes parents, carers, local cyclists and those working in outdoor edication
Moors Valley Country Park offers a wide range of trails giving people of all abilities the chance to cycle in some beautiful settings.
If you want to know more regards to sessions and what cycles are available or indeed if you want to volunteer please do get in touch – 01425 480811
or email email@example.com
Cycling Projects has recently been working closely with the Sports Development department of the Manx government to raise the profile of Wheels for All across the Isle of Man.
The partnership has allowed for the purchase of a range of adapted cycles, the delivery of accredited Wheels for All Leader training and a number of Wheels for All open days all held at the National Sports Centre in Douglas.
All Wheelsofr All activities will be delivered under the supervision of the Manx Sports development team, who will be offering mox of booked only sessions for various support groups from across the island. There will also be the chance for individuals to drop by and get involved in the activities throughout the season. The sessions will bring together children, adults and the elderly with members of their family making cycling a completely inclusive activity for many generations of the family.
For more information on how to access the service please contact Zoe Crowe on (01624) 688575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org