The Healthy Lifestyles Team co-ordinates and supports a range of activities and opportunities for people of all abilities across the city of Brighton & Hove. To view our programmes click here
You can also find out what is happening in the city on our activity finder or contact organisations who provide inclusive or disability specific sessions below
Clubs & Activities
The Sports4All Sussex Project
The Sport4All Sussex Project offers a range of sports and activities for adults with a disability aged 18+. For more information please visit their website or contact email@example.com or call 07436093171
Sport For Choices
Holiday activities for young people aged between 8 - 16 with a visual impairment. For further details contact 07786 238168.
A Brighton charity, manages the Compass Card on behalf of Brighton & Hove City Council. The Compass Card is available to children and young people with significant special needs or disabilities up to their 20th birthday. The card gives access to free and discounted leisure across the city. For more information call the Amaze helpline on (01273) 772289 or go to the Amaze website.
Sports and fun activities for young people and adults with learning difficulties. For further details call (01273) 295180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sussex Wasps Sports Club
Sports and social club for people with disabilities. For further details call (01273) 701235 or email email@example.com
Basketball for people with disabilities. For further details call either (01273) 307505 or 07767 754630.
SWBC Tigers Wheel Chair Basketball Club
Wheelchair Basketball training sessions. For further details call Stephen Simmons on either 01273494419 or 07941172430 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dolphins Disabled Swimming Club
Swimming for people with physical disabilities or medical conditions. For further details call either (01273) 479366 or (01273) 307647.
Marlin Disabled Swimming Club
Swimming for people with disabilities. For further details call (01273) 416600.
Brighton & Hove Albion Deaf FC
For further details please contact Roanna, 19a Stanford Avenue, Brighton, BN1 6GA
Football club for people with learning difficulties age 5 to 21 years. For further details call (01273) 648171 or 07919 051848, or visit their Website.
A varied programme of Healthwalks takes place across Brighton & Hove. Around half of the Healthwalks are wheelchair accessible. Find out more on our Healthwalks web page or call (01273) 292564 email email@example.com.
Music movement & exercise classes that promote fun and group interaction. For further details call Mary Batchoo at Aspirations Active on (01273) 439731.
Deaf Youth Club
Football, Table Tennis, Snooker & Archery. For further details please call the Brighton Youth Centre on (01273) 675011.
Sound Tennis Sussex
Sound Tennis is an adapted form of tennis for blind and partially sighted people, we have a variety of sessions around the city and welcome players of all ages and regardless of previous experience, details at www.soundtennissussex.org.uk
Contacts & Resources
- Children’s Disability Service, Brighton & Hove City Council
- (01273) 295151
- Social Services Physical Disability Team, Brighton & Hove City Council
- Social Services Learning Disability Team, Brighton & Hove City Council
- Better Lives Steering Group
Are a Sub Group of the Brighton & Hove Learning Disability Partnership Board. They oversee work being done around day opportunities for people with learning disabilities including, employment, adult learning, leisure, transport and day services. Contact (01273) 293820.
The Sussex Disability Sports Database is a search facility of sports opportunities across Sussex. Freephone 0800 859929 or visit www.icis-info4life.org.uk