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Cerebral Palsy Sport partners with British Rowing

Cerebral Palsy Sport - the country's leading sports charity for people with cerebral palsy, is pleased to announce a new partnership with British Rowing.

Women trying rowing at rowability session

The partnership aims to improve accessibility of rowing opportunities for people with cerebral palsy and other physical impairments. 

The two organisations will come together to develop an action plan outlining key areas of work, with the overall aim of increasing the number of people with cerebral palsy and other physical impairments taking part in rowing.

British Rowing, the governing body for the sport of rowing, both indoor and rowing on water - will work with Cerebral Palsy Sport to effectively promote current participation opportunities and identify potential gaps in delivery. They will then look to develop an action plan to address these gaps, in order to provide more suitable opportunities for the people with cerebral palsy to take part and enjoy rowing.

Cerebral Palsy Sport is delighted to be working with British Rowing, and sees this partnership as a fantastic opportunity to develop and promote quality sporting opportunities for anyone with a physical impairment.

To find out more about Cerebral Palsy Sport, visit their website or click here to download accessible PDF about Cerebral Palsy Sport.

If you would like to find out more about British Rowing and where your nearest rowing club is, please visit British Rowing website.

Photo credit: British Rowing