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Current estimates suggest that more than 50% of our population could be obese by 2030.

Access Sport believes every young person should be able to access sport and experience the power it can have enhancing their life prospects.

NEWS ALERT!


Time Out Magazine Features Community Sports Clubs - with a few familiar faces among them!

A long standing advocate of community spirit in the capital, this week's issue of Time Out has chosen to seek out and celebrate some of London's best inclusive sports groups including our very own Forest Flyerz inclusive hockey and Safe Haven inclusive basketball. Check out the article here

Photos are of players during Flyerz Week - find out more about Flyerz Week on the webpage

Latest news

  • Charlton Gets Active!

    As part of our Team100 Charlton volunteer project, over 900 young people took part in more than 50 local activities last week. The inaugural #ActiveCharlton week engaged just over 40 local volunteers, who came together to provide this opportunity. Read more

  • Access Sport Youth Board: "Sport is for EVERYONE"

    This week sees sport and inclusion as the primary theme of Mencap’s Learning Disability Awareness Week, and the Access Sport Youth Board believe this should be used as a catalyst to put inclusion at the forefront of sport and its development. Read more

  • Olympic Park BMXercise Event

    On Saturday 8th June, a group of 18 women, some regulars and some new to BMXercise, came together at Lee Valley VeloPark to experience the Olympic Park Track! Read more

  • 2019 English Flyerz Team Announced for Euro ParaHockey Championships!

    A squad of 12 players will be representing England in Antwerp this August! Read more

Fundraising Events

  • Set up your own event

    Check out some of our brilliant fundraisers raising vital funds with their own unique challenges and get started by setting up your own page. Read more

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  • 'A Question of Access Sport'

    A Question of Access Sport is our charity’s flagship event, bringing together 400 supporters, partners and guests for an amazing evening of inclusive sport. The dinner includes a much-loved quiz and the chance to have-a-go at some of our disability-inclusive sports, all while raising funds for our vital work making sport more accessible to those who need it most. We are now taking bookings for our next event on 27th March 2019 and you can download the brochure and booking form here: Read more