Isabelle Tupper, aged eight from Newdigate, suffers from Global Developmental Delay, Epilepsy and Visual Impairment. As she has a severe learning disability, Isabelle has limited independent movement and relies heavily on the use of a wheelchair.
From Tuesday 11th September Dorking Sports Centre will be offering local teenagers the chance to get fit, learn new skills and have fun with a range of new activities at the centre. The new activity sessions include life saving skills (water-based) for teenagers aged 14-18 years and weight-training sessions for teenagers aged 16-18 years.
Dorking Sports Centre is helping keep teenagers and young adults active this autumn with three exciting new courses, on behalf of Sportivate. Starting 20th September, from as little as £1 per session, local youth residents can sign up to the new Kick Boxing, Life Saving Skills and Weight Training courses now.