District Disabled Sports Day September 2017

We took a large contingent from local organisation 'Our Place Our Space' to partake in the games

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Since 2014, Bolton Daybreak Rotary take a large contingent from local organisation 'Our Place Our Space' to enter in the Rotary Disabled Sports day at St Helens in September

They had a great day and indeed won a  number of events.

Pictures from the day are above and we congratulate them on their success

Report from the Rotary District 1285 organisers

With the day dedicated to Disabled people in sport and physical activity our Rotary Vision, that Disabled people are active for life, had an early start.  With support from a wide range of organisations along with our own Rotarian volunteers, we had a fabulous day. Fierce competition and sportsmanship, in a friendly atmosphere, guaranteed a wonderful display of sport and a fine example of Rotary in Action.

Our District St Helens games is a First base for talent it provides a platform to develop and support talented disabled athletes, it aims to provide a pathway to take disabled athletes possibly through to high level competition standards
Two hundred and twenty participants from our new Rotary District 1285 entered our Disability Sports day, with a lot of parents, carers, Inner Wheel and Rotary volunteers ensuring that the day was rewarding and enjoyable. 
Again, this year’s event took place in the Sutton Leisure Centre St Helens. The Centre has fantastic facilities, and now enjoys an elevated status as part of the Academy Partnership.

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