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Disability Cricket

Forth Valley Disability Sport is excited to introduce accessible cricket sessions to be held at Westquarter & Redding Cricket Club in Brightons, Falkirk.

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Fundraising Commitee

Forth Valley Disability Sports are actively seeking a new fundraising committee member to site alongside other trustees and committee members to help drive the branch forward.

Kilt Walk 2021GOGA

Kilt Walk 2021

A massive well done to our 7 participants who took part in this year’s Kilt Walk over the weekend. Each participant walked over 26 miles across three days varying their routes through their local park or areas of attraction such as Stirling,

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Friday’s Walk – Back in Action!

Our Friday Camelon walk re launched on Friday 2nd April, leaving from Forth Valley Sensory Centre Garden at 11.30am, and we were delighted to see everyone back walking with us. We had a great turnout and the sun was shining! We hope we can welcome new walkers very soon therefore keep a look out for updates. This walk runs in partnership with Forth Valley Sensory Centre and The Braveheart Association. For more information please contact Eva on goga@fvds.org.uk / FB: Get Out Get Active Forth Valley.

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FVDS Hate Crime

Forth valley Disability Sport is an organisation where any form of hate crime is not acceptable and will ensuure that no one is effected by this. Police Scotland has received released a hate crime report during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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FVDS Awards 2020

Forth Valley Disability Sport successfully held their Annual General Meeting and Awards virtually over Zoom on Monday 22nd February 2021. The event was a triumph with over 45 in attendance including local, regional and national partners, sportscotland reps, Local Authority and SGB leads, clubs and volunteers. The purpose of the award ceremony this year was to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our athletes, coaches and volunteers in the surreal year of 2020.


Nanairo Ekiden, big succes!

Last Sunday (8th March) the University of Stirling hosted Europe’s first ‘Nanairo Ekiden’ event as part of their annual Japanese Spring Series!

While the overall objective of the ‘Nanairo Ekiden’ (7 colour Japanese relay) series is to teach participants about the 7 Olympic/Paralympic values, this event additionally focused on emphasizing the importance of International Women’s Day within sports, whilst bringing Scottish and Japanese culture together.


Forth Valley Disability Regional School and Clubs Swimming Championships 2020

Grangemouth Sports Complex was host to Forth Valley Disability Sport Regional School and Club Swimming Championships on Saturday 7th March 2020.

Clubs and schools from throughout the Forth Valley and guests from Lothian and Dumfries and Galloway Areas entered teams to compete in 25m, 50m and 100m events in Freestyle, Breaststroke, Butterfly and Backstroke.

The event was very well attended with every swimmer having a fun and enjoyable time.

75 swimmers competed in the event to a very high standard. Many of who achieved the qualifying times for the Scottish Disability Sport National Swimming Championships that take place later this year.

The competition was very close and there was very little time between placing in many of the events, which made for a great atmosphere and lots of cheering from the spectator’s gallery.


Forth Valley Disability Sport Awards Night 2019

Forth Valley Disability Sport held their Awards night at the Stirling Albert Halls on Monday 24th February 2020. The event was a great success with over 120 in attendance. The purpose of this award ceremony is to reward and acknowledge the hard work and dedication of athletes, coaches and volunteers in the year of 2019.

Angus Whyte, FVDS Chair Person, welcomed all the guests and conducted the AGM. Our buffet was then followed by speaker Aileen Neilson, Paralympic Wheelchair Curler, and Get Out Get Active project update from Lead Officer Eva Finlayson. Graham Harvey, FVDS Branch Coordinator, then presented the awards ceremony which briefly highlighted each of the achievements of the nominees from 11 categories of awards.

“This awards evening was one of the best, credit to Forth Valley Disability Sport and all those involved” Angus Whyte, FVDS Chair.

A big thank you goes to all our award sponsors listed below and a special thank you must go to Sheridan Property Consultants and Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils provosts who sponsored the evening by providing the excellent venue and buffet for all attendees.


FVDS Senior Boccia 2020

Forth Valley Disability Sport Regional Senior Boccia Championships was held at the Grangemouth Sports Complex on Thursday 30th January 2020. 45 individuals from throughout the Forth Valley Area participated in this event.

FVDS would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped & supported at this event enabling it to run smoothly, the helpers and carers that came with the participating school on the day: referees; young volunteers, sports leaders and staff from Active Stirling, Scottish Disability Sport and volunteers from the Centre Forward programme at Forth Valley College.