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Special Olympics GB

We are the country’s largest provider of year-round sports training and competition programmes for children and adults with intellectual (learning) disabilities in Great Britain.  Our aim is to establish more Special Olympics sports clubs, more local, regional and national competitions, as well as working in partnership…

We are the country’s largest provider of year-round sports training and competition programmes for children and adults with intellectual (learning) disabilities in Great Britain.  Our aim is to establish more Special Olympics sports clubs, more local, regional and national competitions, as well as working in partnership with existing local mainstream sports groups and helping to make them inclusive for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

We want every child and adult with an intellectual disability in GB who wants to have the opportunity to take part in quality sports training and competition, to improve their lives and in turn, the lives of everyone they touch.

With your support we can make this a reality for people with intellectual disabilities to experience fun, fitness and friendship through sport.

Who to contact

Telephone
0207 247 8891 (main switchboard)
E-mail
info@sogb.org.uk
Website
Special Olympics

Where to go

Name
Special Olympics GB
Address
CAN Mezzanine, 2nd Floor
49 – 51 East Road
Hoxton
London
Postcode
N1 6AH

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Other Details

Additional Information

Providing services to
Disabled children/young people
Adults

Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Vision impairment
Challenging behaviour
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 05/05/2020

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