CADS (children’s able and disabled sports) are a series of unique sport, health and leisure activities organised by the sport and well-being team at Seashell Trust.
Every year, Seashell supports more than 50 young adults through the Royal College Manchester and more than 50 children through the Royal School Manchester, developing a whole range of life skills, personal health, citizenship, home management and travel.
Seashell Trust's award-winning integrated sport clubs have been celebrated at the House of Commons.
The trust's groundbreaking Children's Able and Disabled Sports programme (CADS) is being used a blueprint for youth clubs to beat the loneliness of children with disabilities.
Staff and volunteers from the trust attended Jack Straw MP's afternoon tea reception to launch A Level Playing Field, a joint lottery-funded programme between Seashell Trust and OnSide Youth Zones. Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and sports broadcaster John Inverdale were amongst the other guests.