Ice Skating – Sporting Sense project London
This is an opportunity for people to attend an open ice skating session at the leisure centre for people with a disability. This session is not led by an instructor, but there is a skate marshal present.
Who: For anyone 14+ with a sensory impairment or complex needs who wants to get involved
When: Every Monday – Recurring Event Time: 10 am – 11 am
Where: Streatham Ice and Leisure Centre, 390 Streatham High Rd, London SW16 6HX
Cost: £5.70 per session. Paid upon arrival to the leisure centre.
Please register your attendance, or for more information contact Mayana at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207 014 9318.
“As with all of our sessions we welcome friends, family and support workers to come along and join in, you don’t have to be sat on the side, you can have fun and learn as well.
We are also looking for volunteers to help support participants at these activities. It could be guiding to and from the station or assisting during the class. If you know anyone who would be interested, please do get in touch.
We endeavour to make our sessions as inclusive as possible, but regret we are unable to provide BSL or other language interpreters for most of our sessions. We therefore advise you to ensure you have support available to attend your chosen sessions if needed, or contact me to discuss this further.
Assistance dogs are welcome at any of our sessions, however coaches and staff do not have provision to supervise them, therefore they may be left unsupervised to the side of the session. A suggestion is to bring along toys and/or food to help prevent boredom. If you have any queries or concerns, regarding this please contact us further.”