Sports for All was led by Grace Eyre a charity supporting adults with learning disabilities and additional needs such as mental health. In the Hastings and Rother area, Hastings Borough Council co-ordinated the delivery of the project locally, working in partnership with Rother District Council, local leisure centres, day services, sports coaches and clubs.

Sports For All has been able to provide a wide range of sports for adults with learning disabilities, including: Football, golf, boccia, kickboxing, swimming, cricket, gym, tennis, table tennis, trampolining, badminton, archery, basketball, ten pin bowling, bowls, zumba, netball, kurling and multi-sports.

The three year project started in 2014 and came to an end in September 2017.

Promoting learning through the sharing of outcomes and work done to assess the impact of projects is one of the strategic aims of Active Rother Partnership. Grace Eyre commissioned Community Works, Performance Development Service in Brighton to deliver an evaluation and an independent review of the Sports For All project. This was a small scale, mainly qualitative evaluation. Read the full report for more information.

Many of the sessions set up in the Hastings and Rother area continue to run – search our Sports for All activity listings.

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