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Leicestershire Disability Athletics Development Group
A group of dedicated volunteers are committed to developing opportunities for people with a disability in Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland. Established
The Leicestershire Disability Athletics Development Group (LDADG) works to offer all disabled athletes access to high-quality coaching, competition and exit routes into sustained participation making them a significant and important organisation for the development of disability athletics across the counties of Leicestershire and Rutland. The group is recognised and supported by Leicester City Council, Leicestershire & Rutland Athletics Association, Active Together, and nationally, by Sportshall Associates, Activity Alliance, CP Sport, England Athletics and British Athletics. The group also supports athletes from across the East Midlands to enable them to take part in regional and national competitions. There are few, if any, other counties that can boast a development group such as this.
Active Together are the Active Partnership for Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland commissioned by Sport England. Active Partnerships think tactically about creating chances to get active which achieve the health, social and economic outcomes in the Government’s Sporting Future strategy.
Active Together's vision: Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland; a place where physical activity is part of daily life, leading to people living healthier and happier lives.
Are a leading applied health research unit committed to improving the lives and care of people with diabetes and other long-term conditions. Based at the Leicester General Hospital, they are a collaboration between the University of Leicester and University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. They believe in keeping close to local communities in Leicester – valuing their input and their support for all that we do.