No child should be without access to the unique power of sport
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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!

BIKE TRACK BUILD AND BMXING MAKE BRISTOL POST HEADLINES 

Our Making Trax Cycling programme expanded to Bristol in 2017 with plans to build 5 new bike tracks to engage young people in the most disadvantaged communities across Bristol. The Bristol Post report on Hartcliffe, which is just one of these tracks, and thanks to funding from Churngold, Bristol City Council and Places to Ride it is now on its way to completion and will be ready to benefit young people like Csongor over the next couple of months.


Read the article on the new track being built in Hartcliffe
Find out how Csongor's life was changed through BMX

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Fundraising Events

  • Phil Deeker’s Ride of a Thousand Cols: The Legend Returns

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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

  • Ultra Challenges 2020

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