Greater Manchester universities to continue London 2012 legacy with disability sport day
1 October 2012
The University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Salford have been working together to continue the legacy of the London 2012 Games by increasing the number of opportunities for disabled students to take part in sport in the two neighbouring cities and you can register now to take part in the first disability sport day on Saturday 27th October.
The three universities will launch their campaign with an inclusive Student Disability Sport Day on Saturday 27th October from 12:00 – 17:00 at the Sport Centre on Peel Park Campus, University of Salford.
The event will offer the opportunity to have a go at a variety of sports including archery, indoor rowing, dance, cricket and wheelchair basketball as well as the chance to try out various activities in the gym and pool.
All sessions will be led by experienced and qualified coaches and volunteers who specialise in disability sport.
Transport is limited so each request will be assessed and allocation will be made on a needs basis.
Register your interest for the Student Disability Sport Day here in order to receive more detailed information about the agenda.
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