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Y Nofio Mawr

Mae gan SDSG ddigwyddiad nofio noddedig blynyddol i ddod â chefnogwyr SDSG ynghyd, boed hynny: teulu, ffrindiau neu aelodau o'r gymuned, i helpu i godi arian y mae mawr ei angen, er mwyn sicrhau y gall unrhyw un ag anabledd neu gyflwr meddygol aros yn egnïol trwy nofio.

Nofio a Noddir:

Peidiwch â phoeni, os ydych chi'n cael trafferth nofio sawl hyd yn olynol, beth am nofio fel rhan o ras gyfnewid?

 

Er mwyn cadw costau i lawr (oni bai ein bod yn gallu sicrhau cyllid allanol) cynigir lôn i nofwyr yn ystod un (neu fwy) o'n prif sesiynau nofio bob pythefnos ym mis Hydref.

 

Gellir dadlwytho ffurflen nawdd isod, unwaith y bydd wedi'i chwblhau, e-bostiwch hi i contactus@sdsg.org.uk neu ei llwytho i fyny isod. Gall noddwyr hefyd roi rhodd ar-lein.

 

Cysylltwch â ni am ragor o wybodaeth - diolch!

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What need is there?

 

  • Disability is most prevalent in the North of England. 31 per cent of people in the North East, and 24 per cent of people in the North West, and Yorkshire and the Humber are disabled. London has a lower prevalence at 15 per cent.*

  • Three in five (61 per cent) disabled people in the UK are aged over 50.*

  • Four in five (77 per cent) disabled people would like to be more active.*

  • Only 4 in 10 (42%) disabled people feel they have the opportunity to be as active as they want to be, compared to 69% of non-disabled people.*

  • Almost three quarters (74 per cent) of disabled people have more than one impairment.*

  • Inactivity increases with the number of impairments an individual has. 50 per cent of people with three or more impairments are physically inactive compared to 33 per cent of people with one impairment.*

  • Only 28% of disabled people were feeling encouraged to return to activity after the pandemic, compared to 50% of non-disabled people. For those who return, only half (53%) said it was a positive experience.*

*Taken from: https://www.activityalliance.org.uk/how-we-help/fact-and-statistics/page:4

What are we aiming to do:

We are going to deliver a range of aquatic activities over four years, under three core aims: Swimming for: Leisure, Rehabilitation and Sport.  Alongside, a range of non-aquatic extension activities to enrich the programme and to help build confidence, engagement and fitness levels.  

The activities will be user led, linking in with the wider community and mainstream activities, with key opportunities for volunteer development.  

The rolling programme of activities will be accessible for a wide range of children, young people and adults with SEND and also adults aged 50+. 

We’re so grateful for the funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, another organisation working with us to increase swimming opportunities for those with SEND or aged 50+ in the Borough of Scarborough. 

The  Lottery Community Fund logo, pink and black.
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