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A partnership project between Shropshire Disability Network and the Inclusively Fit Project


About Us

Shropshire Disability Network (SDN) was formed in 2008 to provide a powerful collective voice for disabled people across Shropshire.

SDN holds quarterly Open Meetings (which are open to guests) to discuss current disability issues in Shropshire, and periodically releases an extensive Newsletter of events and information.

You can Join the SDN as a full member to be kept up to date with what's going on, on a regular basis. Membership is free.

For general enquiries, email

Get Going Together!

Get Going Together sessions have recently been established in Shrewsbury, enabling all adults of all abilities to try something different. If you would like a bit of encouragement, support or adaption whether due to lack of confidence, disability, recent illness or other health issue, then this may be the opportunity you have been looking for.

For more information see the posters below; sessions will vary throughout the year and include cycling, indoor bowls, walking and much more. Every Wednesday from 12noon to 3pm at Sundorne Sports Village in Shrewsbury, with a cost of £4.00 per session.






Fact Zone

More people are living with a disability now than in the past because we’re living longer, and improved medical treatments are enabling more people to manage long-term health problems.
More than 1 million disabled people live alone in the UK, and many more lead independent lives with help
The Equality and Human Rights Commission says that 58% of people over 50 will have a long-term health condition by 2020.
Older people are more likely to develop a disability and most disabled people are adults. More than 11 million people in the UK are disabled, around 6% of whom are children.