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Oxfordshire Heat wheelchair basketball

Oxfordshire Heat wheelchair basketball is an all-inclusive sports club. Our emphasis is on having fun and enjoying being active. We don't only focus on basketball, we play dodgeball, balloon volleyball and all sorts of other activities. Come down on a Sunday morning to get your fix of…

Oxfordshire Heat wheelchair basketball is an all-inclusive sports club. Our emphasis is on having fun and enjoying being active. We don't only focus on basketball, we play dodgeball, balloon volleyball and all sorts of other activities. Come down on a Sunday morning to get your fix of fun and exercise. See our website (facebook page) for which dates we are not running. You don't need any equipment, we supply the chairs, just don't forget your waterbottle!

Wheelchair basketball is open to absolutely anyone, so give it a try. 

We now have a senior session on odd Fridays at 6:45pm and a junior session on odd Sundays 12noon at White Horse Lesiure Centre Abingdon.

£3.10 per session.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Kieran Calvert
Contact Position
Coach
E-mail
wbc@oxfordshireheat.com
Website
https://www.facebook.com/OxfordshireHeatWBC/

Where to go

Name
White Horse Leisure Centre
Address
Abingdon
Oxford
Oxon
Postcode
OX14 3PJ

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Sunday 12 noon and Fridays 6:45pm (every other week)
Time of day
Morning
Session Information
No equipment needed - just water and enthusiasm.

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£3 Per morning session

Availability

Age Ranges
5+

Additional Information

Providing services to
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Children
Disabled children/young people

Notes

We cater for everybody and have chairs to fit all shapes and sizes. 

Last checked on 16/04/2018

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