Thameside Wheelchair Dancing


Thameside, based in Southend on Sea, is working to promote wheelchair dancing under the aims and objectives of the Wheelchair Dance Association (WDA) and the internationally accepted Wheelchair Dance Sport.


At present we run a weekly afternoon group of mixed abilities and an after school club at a school for children with disabilities. Some people are unable to take part without the help of their carers, but enjoy the opportunity to take part in a new activity and enjoy the music. The school club demonstrates at school functions and takes part in inter school dance and music activities. Both groups enjoy Ballroom, Latin American, Sequence and social dancing.


We give talks and demonstrations at care homes, day centres and associations in the area and are willing to travel to Counties adjacent to Essex. With a little help you could start a new group in your own area.




We've put all of our highlights from 2013 into an annual report. You can find it in the latest news section and read all about what we've been up to. We hope you'll join us in 2014 as we have even more exciting times ahead.


Catch up on the whole year on the Latest News page.


Thameside Wheelchair Dancing is on YouTube


We're now uploading all new videos to our brand new YouTube Channel. Check out the videos from the Holland Dans Spektakel 2013 now and subscribe to our channel to be alerted about future videos.


Visit the Thameside Wheelchair Dancing Channel






Please click here to view our poster, and feel free to download and display it for us. We are always pleased to welcome new

people to come along and try Wheelchair Dancing.


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