Many sports clubs are accessible, and inclusive of, people with disabilities. Contact clubs direct or contact Wicklow Local Sports Partnership to find out more.
Many sports activities will not be taking place during the COVID-19 outbreak – contact organisations direct to find out more.
The Keep Well website lists resources to help you keep active and fit during COVID-19, including resources and online videos for people with disabilities.
Information on accessible and inclusive sports and fitness programmes and events across Co. Wicklow.
Offer free CARA Disability Inclusion workshops and training for sports and fitness clubs.
National organisation that works to increase sport and physical activity opportunities for people with disabilities. Website has information and fitness resources, templates and fact sheets to help fitness facilities and clubs improve their accessibility for people with disabilities.
Provide disability inclusion workshops for the sport, fitness, adventure and education sectors – available free in Co. Wicklow via the Wicklow Local Sports Partnership (see link above).
Equestrian centre offering Therapeutic Horse Riding; riding lessons for children and adults with disabilities; Supported Helper Programme; Mobile Equine Outreach Programme; Equine Assisted Learning Programme; Equine Facilitated Education Programme; QQI accredited training programmes.
Sports, social and recreational club for children and adults with an intellectual disability.
Specially constructed pathways enable anglers with a physical disability to access the lakeside.
Provide opportunities for children and adults with a physical disability to participate in sports such as Wheelchair Rugby, Wheelchair Basketball, Para Athletics, Para Powerlifting, Para Swimming, Para Archery, Para Table Tennis and Boccia.
Special Olympics clubs in North Wicklow include Festina Lente and Bray Lakers.
Info on outdoor activities in Wicklow.