Birmingham Inclusive Sports Festival 2018
- Mon, 11 Jun 2018 (10:00 - 15:00)
Birmingham Inclusive Sports Festival is back for 2018!
The event will consist of 2 days' multisport 'have-a-go' activities to include:
Wheelchair basketball, boccia, kurling, laser shooting, sportshall athletics, football, hula-hooping and more!
A marketplace for you to sign up & find out more information about inclusive sport, activities and other services
Mini practical workshops for parents, carers and staff
The dates for the two events are:
Monday 11th June - 10am - 3pm
The Aston Villa Academy Building, Witton Ln, B6 6QE
Sunday 1st July - 12pm – 5pm
The University of Birmingham, Sport and Fitness Centre, Bristol Road, Edgbaston B15 2TT
With the Commonwealth Games coming to Birmingham in 2022, BISF is helping to showcase and celebrate the range of diverse opportunities to be active in the city!
To register to attend the event, please choose your date on the top right of this page and book below:
By Telephone: 0121 296 5190
By email: email@example.com
Proudly sponsored by Irwin Mitchell solicitors and in partnership with the Birmingham Children's Trust
Find out more about Birmingham Inclusive Sports Festival here
Monday 11th June at the Aston Villa Academy Building is on site.
Sunday 1st July at the University of Birmingham Sport and Fitness Centre, there is a dedicated car park. More information can be found here
We also have Birmingham Inclusive Sports Festival 2018 Public Facebook Group. This is a place where you can ask any questions regarding the activities or connect with others who may be attending sessions throughout both events.
National law firm Irwin Mitchell is lending its support and is headline partner of the Birmingham Inclusive Sports Fest (BISF). Irwin Mitchell's support for the festival is part of the firm's award-winning 'Don't Quit, Do It' campaign to promote disability sport and highlight the benefits physical activity can have for people with life-changing injuries. Read more about Irwin Mitchell's Don't Quit, Do It campaign here