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Wolverhampton Association for Disabled Sport (WADS)


Wolverhampton Association of Disabled Sport (WADS) was formed to give disabled people the opportunity to take part in sport in a happy atmosphere together with able-bodied relatives and friends. When WADS was first formed members had the opportunity to take part in a number of sports but over the years we have lost some of the facilities, so that at present our main sports are Archery & Crossbow shooting.

Our members include Wolverhampton wheelchair users, amputees, those with learning difficulties and the visually impaired. At WADS we are interested in your sporting ability, not your disability. If you live in or around Wolverhampton Archery and Crossbow shooting training is provided. We welcome new members from the Wolverhampton and surrounding area who are interested in taking part in Wolverhampton archery shooting or crossbow shooting. No previous experience is required. We can also provide the archery and crossbow equipment that you need.

Over the years members of WADS have taken an active part in the Black Country Olympics and the Festival of Sports organised by the Wolverhampton Sports Council. Our main facility is indoors but we are hoping to have use of some outdoor facilities this Summer.

If you are interested in real social networking then why not come along on a Wednesday night and meet us?

Who to contact

Contact Name
Ted Hayward
Contact Position
Club Chairman
01902 753866
Wolverhampton Association for Disabled Sport (WADS)

Where to go

Wolverhampton Association for Disabled Sport (WADS)
New Park School
Cromer Gardens

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Club meets every Wednesday night between 7pm and 9pm

Other Details


Age Ranges
Open to all Ages
But only over 18's can shoot crossbows.
Under 18's need to be accompanied by an adult.
Referral required

Record Last Updated on: 28/03/2018

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