Disability Sport in the Vale of Glamorgan
The Disability Sports Wales programme has been established between Sport Wales, Federation of Disability Sport Wales and 22 local authorities.
Making a difference
Simon Jones is the Vale of Glamorgan's Disability Sports Wales Development Officer. Helping with performance, coaching and volunteering, Simon promotes quality community sports and physical activities opportunities for people with disabilities. View more information about Simon's role on the Disability Sports Wales website.
Disability Sport Wales aims to:
create new clubs and improve existing clubs.
offer professional advice and support.
increase the number of disabled people who actively participate in sports.
improve the quality and number of coaches and volunteers.
work closely with the federation's national performance manager.
create new and develop existing opportunities for disabled people to compete in sport at local, regional and national level.
Disability Sport Wales 2013 Review
Please see our Disability Sport Wales Review 2013 covering the Vale of Glamorgan.
Find a club
The Vale of Glamorgan Disability Sports Directory (pdf) lists all clubs in the Vale that offer sporting opportunities for people with disabilities. You can also contact Simon (details below) for further details.
Vale Reds Disability Football Club – new players needed!
Vale Reds Disability Football Club is currently recruiting new players aged 16 and under to join the team and take part in football festivals in Cardiff.
Vale Reds train on Wednesday evenings 7.00pm - 9.00pm at Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg.
To find out more visit the Vale Reds Disability Football Club’s website or contact the team’s coach, Neil Latham:
If you are interested in volunteering to help out at a disability sports session, please complete our registration form. Please note CRB form will have to be completed
Simon Jones, Disability Sport Wales Development Officer.