All of our activities are designed to be flexible so that we can adjust to each persons’ abilities.

We bring our own equipment with us, so you don’t need to do a thing!

Community group playing Boccia


A disability sport where players aim to propel balls close to a target ball. The closer you get to the target ball, the more points you get!

Giant balloon being tossed in the air by a parachute

Balloon Volleyball

Just like volleyball, but with a large balloon! This slows down the speed the balloon travels giving older people more time to hit the target and it’s pain free, too.

Care home resident taking his kurling shot


A form of the original curling game, kurling can be played on any smooth, flat surface rather than on ice. The goal? Get as many of your stones closer to the centre of the target than your opponents.

Activi-tea community group in church hall


Exactly the same as the traditional 10-pin sport but with larger, weighted foam pins for a bigger target, and teamed with a soft bowling ball making it easier to pick up.

Older ladies running under a parachute in an outdoor game


Great for taking outside, this activity gets everyone involved at once and truly relies on team effort and concentration.

Cone target practice Throckmorton Care Home

Target Practice

Using mini bean bags, hula hoops and soft balls, we devise a range of tasks to encourage focus and improve balance for accuracy.





Tchoukball is a fast-paced spectacular sport for people of all ages, genders and abilities.



Table Cricket

Table tennis

Giant Quoits

Walking Football