Following the Government's latest announcement on Monday 22 February 2021, all of our Sport and Fitness Centres remain closed. In line with the guidance, we are working on an agreed timeline for the reopening of the centres. Further updates will be published on our website, via social media and on our LBRUT Sports App. Feel Good Fitness memberships remain on hold and no further payments are currently being taken.
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Find out more about memberships, payments and enquiries.
RISE provides a varied programme of activities for people of all ages with special educational needs and disabilities. View activities for young people.
We are currently running virtual multisport and dance classes. All other activities are suspended.
If you have any enquiries or wish to sign up for these virtual classes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fun and energetic dance sessions with Combination Dance which will increase fitness, mobility, self-confidence and teamwork. Performers will learn choreographed dance routines to a variety of music genre.
A fun introduction to the basics of a variety of sports, including basketball, cricket, hockey and tennis, all adapted to suit every age and ability. Sessions are led by a Disability Sports Coach (DSC) and develop fundamental movement skills; running, hopping, throwing, catching and jumping. These skills give athletes the confidence to take part in the sports offered, adding an element of competition when appropriate.
Canoeing sessions with Lesbury Watersports Centre. A great opportunity to try out a variety of different boats and enjoy freedom on the water.
Supported by Kew Park Rangers (KPR), a local Charter Standard Community Club, footballers aged 16 years+ practice a variety of techniques and skills to develop their agility, balance and coordination. KPR encourage players to join in competitively and socially. A team play in the Surrey Football For All League.
Parents/carers are welcome to stay, watch or take part.
This is part of our RISE to Shine project, training athletes aged 8 to 18 years who live or go to school in the borough to compete for Richmond in the London Youth Games. It is a stroke improver swimming group where swimmers use two exclusive lanes. Swimmers need to be able to swim a 25m length of the pool unaided.
Parents/carers are welcome to stay and watch.
Using one bed, gymnasts develop body awareness and core stability whilst learning technique. Gymnasts are encouraged to use a variety of movement to express their own individual personalities. A maximum of 6 participants per session.
Supported by Richmond Knights Basketball Club, athletes learn how to play wheelchair basketball using games and drills to teach technique. The session is adapted for all abilities using specialist equipment. Sports wheelchairs are supplied. Opportunities for competitive games are available.
Wheelchair rugby sessions for people aged 15 years or older.
All participants of RISE must complete a consent form to take part in activities. The application form for RISE activities can be completed online or downloaded.
For any further information about RISE, inclusive and disability specific sport or exercise activities.
Sports Development Team
44 York Street
Telephone: 020 8831 6134
Our office opening hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.
Updated: 27 January 2021