Sport & fitness
Leisure centres and facilities
Our leisure centres are managed by Better and offer a range of activities and courses for everyone. Please visit:
Sports programmes and activities
Inclusive Sports Opportunities (ISO) project
The ISO project is a lottery funded project that offers 14-25 year olds with disabilities and behavioural difficulties access to sport.
Find a sports club
There are lots of footpaths, bridleways and cycle paths that people can enjoy in the district. For more information and free downloadable walks and cycle rides visit:
Sports and arts clubs in West Oxfordshire that are welcoming disabled people can apply to become part of a scheme to show their inclusiveness.
Clubs can apply online and simply need to show that they meet certain criteria to join the scheme. The inclusion symbol here will be issued for clubs to display at their premises, on websites and in publicity, to show that they are recognised as inclusive.
If you are part of a sports or arts club and would like to join the scheme, please complete our application form.
Apply for inclusion symbol
Coach, club and athlete support
- Community facilities grant - supports community led capital projects
- Individual development in sport, active recreation and play grant - supports groups to develop their workforce
- GLL Sport Foundation - supports individuals to develop their sporting skill
The Oxfordshire Sport and Physical Activity Partnership offers a range of coach, leader and officiating courses such as first aid and safeguarding children. For more information please visit:
We annually recognise the contribution and commitment of individuals and the achievement of clubs through the following awards:
Nomination deadline: the deadline for nominations has now passed. The deadline is usually February each year.