Cerebral Palsy Sport
CP Sport is the country’s leading National Disability Sports organisation supporting people with Cerebral Palsy to reach their sporting potential. CP Teens UK and CP Sport work together to try and get more people with Cerebral Palsy into sport, and in doing so help tackle the issue of social isolation that can often be experienced by people with Cerebral Palsy and to educate people that those with Cerebral Palsy can still play & participate in sport.
CP Sport is also working extremely hard to develop the sport of RaceRunning across England & Wales. CP Teens UK has a RaceRunning group, which CP Sport are extremely supportive of. CP Sport are currently working with CP Teens UK to develop the group and the coaches to ensure that our athletes receive the very best experience that they can.
More information about CP Sport and how to get involved in their sports can be found at www.cpsport.org
Accessible Derbyshire was launched as a registered charity in February 2014 with the aim of improving the lives of disabled people, their families, friends and carers living in or visiting Derbyshire and the Peak District. CP Teens UK works with Accessible Derbyshire to provide exciting and unique opportunities in Derbyshire and the Peak District for people with Cerebral Palsy and physical disabilities.
In December 2014, CP Teens UK helped Accessible Derbyshire to launch 'The Big Push' - a campaign to make Derbyshire the most accessible county in the UK and the Peak District the most accessible National Park in the UK.
More information about Accessible Derbyshire and their work can be found at
Sheffield Children's Hospital
Sheffield Children’s Hospital is one of the UK’s leading children’s hospital and cares for children both in Sheffield and surrounding areas, as well as from across the UK, with complex neurological conditions and neurodisabilities, such as Cerebral Palsy.
CP Teens UK works with The Ryegate Centre at Sheffield Children's Hospital with children from 2 to 18 and helps to put on the annual 'Sport For Life' Day at the EIS, Sheffield.