Disability Bowls - BowlsWales
Bowls is a game that can be enjoyed by everyone regardless of age, gender, or physical ability. Playing bowls is a great way to help you stay fit and healthy, make new friends in your community and, most importantly, have fun!
There are plenty of opportunities to learn bowls if you are a beginner or get back into bowls if you have played before.
Some sessions are specific, such as Bowls 4 all for Stroke Survivors. BowlsWales also supports clubs to offer inclusive coaching sessions, we encourage everyone to learn together in an inclusive environment.
Stroke Survivors Session
'Bowls provides me with both physical and
mental benefits and has improved my overall
wellbeing. I have met some great friends and
look forward to seeing them every week at
the bowls session'. Participant
Stroke Survivors Bowls session.
Virtual Bowls Sessions
Alan attended our Virtual Bowls Sessions in Partnership with The Stroke Association and has now regained his confidence to return to Bowls. Alan's story yesterday featured on BBC Online - 'Eager to get on the green' https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-56873223 Scroll to the bottom.
In Wales their is a number of organisations that offer bowls for a variety of disabilities in additional to club's offering inclusive sessions. These organisation are well established and understand the needs of the various disabilities that may affect some individuals who wish to enter the game.
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