Glasgow Disability Sport
Leading the development of sport for people with physical, sensory or learning disabilities, in partnership with key local agencies and local authorities, within Glasgow and the surrounding areas.
Latest SDS guidance which comes into effect on the 19th July. Key points around the changes from sportscotland are
Indoor contact sport and physical activity is permitted.
Indoor physical distancing in other settings will be reduced from 2m to 1m.
Outdoor physical distancing requirements will be removed.
Informal social gatherings of any number will be allowed outside.
Organised outdoor events will continue to need to comply with the size limits and processes already set out in level 0.
The First Minister gave in indicative date of August 9th to move beyond Level 0, linked to Gateway conditions being met and suggested baseline measures that will be in place. Once these are finalised SDS will provide guidance on what that means for sport and physical activity.
Our athlete stories
Our athletes phenomenal stories, showcasing what makes sport great!
Help GDS fund it’s future activities!
Glasgow Disability Sport has been awarded £150 from the Sports Council of Glasgow’s Covid-19 grant. This will enable us to ensure that sport is kick started safely!
We have enjoyed an evening getting involved in the virtual #BuildingFutures2020 event. Congratulations to the winners, and a huge thank you to @PersimmonHomes for our finalist award of £5,000, the @TeamGB partnership and everyone who voted for us.
About Glasgow Disability Sport
We are a volunteer led and run organisation who are passionate about seeing as many people as possible engage in sport or physical activity, regardless of their physical, sensory or learning difficulty. Glasgow Disability Sport is an autonomous member branch of Scottish Disability Sport and participates in national events.
Want to know what events are happening? Our calendar is one of the most comprehensive collection of what is going on in the world of Disability Sports in Glasgow, the West and the rest of Scotland.
Volunteering can be a great way to gain new skills, meet new people and generally have a great time.
We have many opportunities for you to get involved with Glasgow Disability Sport and/or our member clubs depending on what sport or area you are interested in. Just get in touch to find out more.
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