Physical Activity

  • Cheltenham Powerchair Football Club

    Cheltenham Powerchair Football Club was formed in 2014 by Brian Dix and a hardy bunch of volunteers. Since then the club has grown and grown and is still the only Powerchair Football club in the 3 cou , ,

    Cheltenham Powerchair FC c/o Community Resource Centre Grove Street Cheltenham GL50 3LZ
  • Goals beyond Grass

    We are a charity dedicated to helping children, families, and communities across the country reach their full potential by engaging in physical and social activity , ,

    Community Resource Centre, Grove St, Cheltenham. GL50 3LZ
  • Move More CIO

    At Move More, we believe that a love of physical acti ,

    All Saints’ Academy, Blaisdon Way, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 0WH
  • Greenwood Therapeutic Horticulture

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    The Garden, Bushley Village Hall, Bushley, Tewkesbury, GL20 6HT
  • Gloucester Rugby Community Charity

    The Gloucester Rugby Community Charity enhances the lives of young people through sport, with a particular focus on those with social and other disadvantages. Utilising the relationship with Glouceste , , ,

    Gloucester Rugby Community Charity, Kingsholm Stadium, Kingsholm Road, Gloucester GL1 3AX
  • HHPDA (Horses Helping People with Depression and Anxiety)

    We are a not for profit organisation, offering ground based Equine Assisted Activities for people struggling with Depression and Anxiety. , , , ,

  • Watershed Riding for the Disabled

    Watershed RDA in Coates, near Cirencester, delivers opportunities for therapy, achievement and enjoyment to children and adults with a wide range of disabilities.  Our mission is t , , ,

    Watershed Stables Coates Cirencester Gloucestershire GL7 6NS
  • Charlie's

    Charlie's Cancer Support and Therapy Centre offers friendship, support, holistic therapies, activities and events to empower you to live well with cancer. We are here for everyone affected by cancer i , , , ,

    Charlie's Centre, Unit 2, Venture Business Centre, Madleaze Road, Gloucester, GL1 5SL
  • Summerfield Trust

    Since the Trust was established in 1989 it has paid more than £7 million in grants to good causes in Gloucestershire benefiting the arts, the natural heritage and environment, community projects, edu , , , , , , ,

    PO Box 287 Cirencester Gloucestershire GL7 9FB
  • Forest of Dean Walking for Health

    Our Health Walks are organised, volunteer led walks that generally last about an hour and are generally no more than 3 miles long, often less. They are free to take part in and are a great way to hel ,