Accessible physical activities where you live, please click on the links and you will be taken to the individual websites.
Orwell Challenge (25th June)
Suffolk Leisure Park
Jump In – Ipswich
Sign up to the Ace Physical Activity and Mental Wellness Facebook Group
Suffolk | East of England | National Trust
National trust sites across Suffolk. Walk, explore, cycle hire at some sites and regular events.
Tennis in the Park is a new venture organised by Ipswich Borough Council and Ipswich Sports Club. Have you got what it takes to be the UK’s hot new tennis star? Come along find out and play on the fantastic five new tennis courts in ChristChurch Park. Tennis in the Park is open to everyone and all ages are welcome.
Offering free coaching every week for all the family including rackets and balls, plus courts and coaches, there are no barriers so come and join us.
Tennis Courts | The Friends of Christchurch Park
“Tennis in the Park”. Free and accessible tennis training is available for people of all skills, as well as competitions for all ages.
In 2017 the Riding for the Disabled Woodbridge & District Group moved to its new home at The Bays, in Clopton. It was officially reopened by Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, President of The RDA, on 19th December 2017. We are enormously grateful for the support we received to enable us to build this fabulous new facility.
Join over 150,000 people using our interactive virtual Challenges to Stay Fit, develop Healthy Habits, Lose Weight, Improve Performance and so much more!
RUN / WALK or CYCLE virtually to the 92 football clubs in the football League.
parkrun in Suffolk – Suffolk County Council
Park Runs in Suffolk
Places to visit | Suffolk Wildlife Trust
Nature reserves and visitor centres across Suffolk
OneLife Suffolk – Helping Local People Live Healthier Lives
Wellbeing Walks – OneLife Suffolk
Wellbeing walks at various sites around Suffolk.
Sport’s centres and pools in the Ipswich area.
Active Suffolk – Disability Sport
Links to various organisations supporting people with various disabilities.
iCAN Swim sessions aim to get more people swimming by promoting opportunities for people with disabilities and impairments to swim regardless of age or ability.
Abbeycroft Leisure | Inspiring a healthier you (acleisure.com)
Sites in Bury St Edmunds, Hadleigh, Haverhill, Mildenhall, Newmarket and Sudbury