These are external links to the websites of organisations that offer advice, information and services which may be useful to you.

  • BETTER GymsWe believe activity is for everyone and that’s why we offer a range of memberships to suit your requirements. Our Inclusive membership gives people who are registered as disabled access to our local gyms, swimming pools and fitness classes. You can also use the facilities at over 200 centres across the UK.Bring it to Better, where you’ll find a welcoming environment to discuss your personal requirements with our friendly fully-trained staff.                                                                                                                          logo
  • Extant Performing arts for visually impaired
  • Sport England Sport England is committed to helping people and communities across the country create sporting habits for life.
  • Sense Adventures Sense Adventures offers guided day activities and short breaks in mixed groups to VI and sighted people in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere
  • Goalball UK Are you interested in playing Goalball?  Then contact your nearest club and Get Involved!Goalball UK are busy working to develop new clubs throughout thecountry and regularly hold taster sessions.
  • Explore 4×4 Helping the visually impaired and SVI to experience something many of us take for granted is incredibly rewarding. We are as exhilarated by the experience as they are.
  • Driving Ambition Based at Turweston Aerodrome, Brackley Northamptonshire NN13 5YD. Lessons on private land with a DVSA approved driving instructor (cars).
  • Blind Cricket in England and Wales The BCEW have been working in partnership with British Blind Sport and the England and Wales Cricket Board since 2006 to     deliver competitive cricket for those who are blind or partially  sighted running national and international competitions.
  • Activity Alliance We join members, partners and disabled people to make active lives possible. Together, we challenge perceptions and change the reality of disability, inclusion and sport.
  • Holiday Homes Trust Offer affordable holidays throughout England. All of our units accommodate wheelchair access.Our affordable holidays are on a self-catering basis. We have caravans in a number of popular UK resorts and welcome families or individuals who are disadvantaged, whether through disability, income or other circumstances. Go to the website for full details.
  • The Essential Guide to Travelling with a Medical ConditionFind this useful guide with information to help you when travelling abroad for your holidays. Although this guide is on this insurance company’s website we ARE NOT endorsing this site and suggest that you shop around for travel insurance to get the best and most affordable insurance for you. There are other insurance companies that will cover people with disabilities and medical conditions.
  • Over The WallFully supported activity camps – making children with serious illness smile:-)
  • Therapy DirectoryFind a professional therapist local to you for treatments such as Acupuncture, Reiki, Massage etc. While WSUK do not officially endorse this site, we feel that some may find it useful.
  • Seable Accessible Active Holidays – Seable is an award winning social enterprise, organising accessible and active holidays for individuals, couples, families and small groups who are either VI or wheelchair users.
  • Calvert TrustThe Calvert Trust is the inspiration of John Fryer-Spedding, whose vision was to enable people with disabilities to benefit from outdoor activities in the countryside. There are 3 locations to choose from.
  • Jubilee Sailing TrustThey have a unique mission, to give people of mixed abilities and circumstances the freedom to explore their ability, potential and place in the world through inclusive adventures at sea.
  • British Blind SportThe work of the charity enables blind and partially sighted people to have the same opportunities as sighted people to access and enjoy sport and recreational activities in the UK.
  • Disabled Access Holidays an online travel agent offering services to disabled people throughout the UK for holidays in the UK and abroad.
  • Disabled is the UKs largest disability specialist travel agency, passionately committed to providing accessible holidays that exceed the needs and wishes of our disabled customers.With the largest choice of accessible holidays in the UK and abroad plus cruise, we have something for everyone. Our easily searchable directory will enable you to find wheelchair friendly holidays and accommodation for people with limited mobility or even pet friendly properties for people with hearing or visual impairments. Accessible accommodation is guaranteed and with flights, adapted transfers, equipment hire and more, book with to truly travel without limits!
  • Travel EyesWhether you’re travelling solo, as a couple or with friends, we invite you to join our small and sociable groups on an exploration for all of the senses.But these are no ordinary group holidays. Traveleyes groups are a mixture of both blind and sighted travellers. For more details about how this works got to the website.
  • RevitaliseRevitalise is a national charity providing respite care in a holiday setting for disabled people and carers for over 50 years. We currently provide nearly 5,000 breaks each year, but this number represents just 1% of those who would benefit from our services. The need for high quality respite breaks like those provided by Revitalise has never been higher.
  • CEA CardThe Card enables a disabled cinema guest to receive a complimentary ticket for someone to go with them when they visit a participating cinema.

  • Driving a car with a visual impairmentProvide driving lessons for children from aged 10 (height restrictions) or who have a disability.

  • Flying a planeAerobility is a registered charity founded in 1993 offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an airplane.

Although these third party organisations are shown on our website as they may provide helpful information, they are not endorsed by WSUK