Westway Sports & Fitness will be offering a whole host of sport for disabled people for free on Friday 30 October 2015 from 10am-2pm.
Set to be a fantastic fun-filled day showcasing some of the diverse sports on offer at Westway Sports & Fitness, the event aims to allow those with disabilities the opportunity to take up a new sport or hobby, improve their health and wellbeing and meet new people.
Get stronger, move smarter and reduce the risk of injury at our brand new Fitness and Movement skills session.
Running on Wednesdays from 7-8am and 12-1pm, Westway’s Head of Strength and Conditioning Mark Sheppard will help participants play at a higher level with instructed exercises and drills that aim to improve fitness and performance in a six week course.
Westway Sports & Fitness Club has achieved the sport and leisure industry's leading quality mark, the Quest accreditation.
Quest assessors carry out in-depth checks to make sure sports and leisure facilities meet a wide range of standards, and even carry out mystery shops, ensuring that staff are offering excellent customer service.
The Exercise Referrals Programme at Westway Sports and Fitness Club has been shortlisted for the National Fitness Award's prestigious Best Rehabilitation Facility of the Year for the third time in a row having beaten off stiff competition from hundreds of other gyms across the country.
On Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 September 14 year old Richard Sabisky - one of the most promising of the group of young Fives players at Westway - took part in the annual two-day Fives Welsh Open Festival Rydal Penrhos School in North Wales.