Disability Sport in Tayside

For more information on Disability Sport opportunities in and around Tayside, please contact Graeme Doig at Scottish Disability Sport: graeme.doig@scottishdisabilitysport.com

To encourage and support participants aged 10-17 with a disability back into sport, Scottish Disability Sport (SDS) are excited to be able to offer young people with a disability, hearing impairment or visual impairment an opportunity to take part in our Summer 2021 activity days.

These have been set up to replace the 2021 residential summer camp cancelled due to COVID.

Camps will run throughout Scotland over a two-day period. You can apply to attend these sessions for one or both days and choose the location that suits you. There will be no cost to participate in these camps. 

In Tayside, the activity days will take place at Willowgate Outdoor Activity on the 11th August and Bells Sport Centre / North Inch, Perth on the 12th August. 

To apply for a place, please click here on how to submit your application. 


We are delighted to be working with Perth Strathtay Harriers to offer a “Come and Try Athletics” session at the George Duncan Athletics Arena, Perth on Tuesday 20th July 4:30pm – 6:00pm.

In partnership with Perth and Kinross Disability Sport and Scottish Athletics, this free event is open to anyone aged from five years to senior with physical, sensory or learning disabilities and related conditions from across Tayside to try out a range of run, jump and throw athletic disciplines including wheelchair racing and frame running.

Registration is essential for COVID safety reasons. Click here to register. 

Dundee United Community Trust Summer Camp

Dundee United Community Trust have an exciting seven weeks of summer planned at their Para-Sports Summer Camp. Activities include football, athletics, racquet sports, boccia, bowls and martial arts. 

Contact their new Para-sports development officer Ryan Alexander for more information: ryan.alexander@dundeeunitedct.co.uk

SDS Tayside Parasport Festival

We are delighted to be returning to Dundee and Angus College on the 29th September 2021.

This event is designed to introduce pupils who attend mainstream schools, with a physical, visual or hearing impairment, to try new and exciting sports.

Watch our “Get Involved” video to find out more. 

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