Club 2000 Sport and Leisure exists for the benefit of people over 16 with physical and/or learning disabilities, to provide them with the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of sport and leisure activities.
Whether you want to get involved as a volunteer or participate as a member there is a place for you at Club 2000! As a member you will have the opportunity to get involved in a sociable and friendly group who meet at the Oakengates Leisure Centre on a Thursday evening 6.30 – 9pm. As a volunteer for Club 2000, you will have the opportunity to give something back.
The enormous achievement you'll experience doing something really worthwhile will be matched only by the fun you will have.
You'll be working with like-minded people who want to make sure the members have a good time and have great memories to look back on. So teamwork is important. You'll make good friends; you'll learn valuable new skills and grow as a person; and you'll be sure of a warm welcome from other volunteers and members.
As a volunteer, there's a vast array of things you can get involved in, from helping out at Oakengates Leisure Centre in the gym, at the craft area, assisting with pool tournaments, assisting with the Bingo or the Wii Fit, there is also opportunity to assist the club with days’ out to places like Cadbury World, A water park or a Barmouth trip! Club 2000 Sport and Leisure is a registered charity, totally independent of the Local Authority, and is run by a team of dedicated volunteers. Club 2000 has no external funding. We rely solely on membership fees, donations and the fund raising efforts of members, volunteers, local Lions, Rotary Clubs, Inner Wheel and local companies.
If you would like to donate, or take part helping to raise funds please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Ideally we would like you to be DBS checked, however we are able to offer this. A first aid certificate may be beneficial, but not mandatory.
Our current opportunities include: Club 2000 Sport and Leisure volunteer
Oakengates Leisure Centre