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Stoke Mandevillle Stadium, The National Centre for Disability Sport, boasts the highest grade of facilities for our leading sportsmen and women.


Major Events 2017

  • Primary Sports Camp: 25th Feb
  • National Shooting Championships: 10th > 12th March
  • Regional Snooker Championships: 18th > 19th March
  • Junior Sports Camp: 25th March
  • Badminton England Competition: 23rd April
  • Inter Spinal Unit Games: 24th > 28th April
  • British Wheelchair Athletics Association Grand Prix: 6th > 7th May
  • Primary Sports Camp: 13th May
  • Badminton England Competition: 14th May
  • Railex Model Railway Exhibition: 27th > 28th May
  • Tour De Vale: 11th June
  • National Archery Championships: 17th > 18th June
  • In 2 Sport Camp: 1 > 2nd July
  • Disability Judo Competition: 26th > 27th August
  • Scalefour Railway Exhibition: 23rd > 24th September
  • National Junior Games: 2nd > 5th October
  • Primary Sports Camp: 4th November
  • GB Wheelchair Rugby BT Youth Tournament: 25th November
  • Handball University Champs: 2nd > 3rd December*Details are subject to change.

The redevelopment of Stoke Mandeville Stadium has transformed the original sports centre into a modern leisure complex to enable the WheelPower to provide a venue of the highest quality for all users.

The home of the National Wheelchair Championships, Stoke Mandeville Stadium is now a unique venue for any conference and corporate event as well as boasting superb facilities and the perfect backdrop to host private dinners and functions.

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