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Boccia is a Paralympic sport, originally just for Cerebral Palsy sufferers but now fast becoming a very important sport for EVERYONE.  True, only disabled athletes can compete in formal competition, but in our club, as in many others, able-bodied and disabled men and women play together; projecting a soft ball whilst sitting in a chair or wheelchair.

Just come along to any session: But if you contact us first we'll make sure that you will be greeted and welcomed; see contact page.

You'll get to meet our friendly but motley crew and whether you want to just chat and chill or become a champion, we'll be pleased to see you.

If you're not in our area; visit Boccia England's website and club finder. You'll find a huge amount of general information and resources there as well.


Boccia is quite literally, a game that anyone can play...sighted or visually impaired...young or old...weak or or disabled...genius or intellectual impairment. There's a way for you to play just so long as you can move a muscle!


Following a run of sessions at Hartsdown Leisure Centre; we're excited to be returning to our original venue at Trinity Church Hall in Cliftonville on Friday afternoons! Hopefully, some of you past members will now be more easily able to attend using the Loop Bus; which stops outside the door.

These sessions will again be hosted by Thanet's "Your Leisure" and led by our club members; Phillip and Neil.

IMPORTANT: please contact:

Julie Warner at or pre-book on the Your Leisure website for times and dates;

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