13 May 2019 After six dance-offs, five towns and cities, and six months of close competition, the winners of Wales’ first inclusive dance competition, Strictly Cymru, were crowned in Caernarfon on Saturday (11 May). Strictly Cymru, hosted by disability charity Leonard Cheshire in partnership with Paradance UK,  aims to improve health, wellbeing […]

  The London Youth Games in conjunction with Para Dance UK and Alexandra Palace are extremely excited to officially announce its’ first Pan disability dance event in London on Thursday 23rd May 2019. This first of its kind event in London bringing a wide range of disabled young people and children from across London’s SEN […]

  Para Dance UK are delighted to announce that we will be sending a GB Team to compete at the World Para Dance Sport European Championships in Lomianki, Poland.  The team will be made up of two Athletes Paula Moulton and Gary Lyness who rank 8th in the Official European Rankings in 2018. The couple […]

This year, Para Dance have started a corporate charity partnership with leading case management and expert witness firm Bush & Company and are delighted to be working together on the forthcoming Para Dance National Championship. Bush & Company work with people across the UK following life changing injuries including Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), Acquired Brain […]

International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons has called on institutions around the world to do more to empower and respect the human rights of persons with a disability. Speaking at the opening of the United Nations Human Rights Council Social Forum in Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday (1 October), to mark the 70th anniversary of […]

Para Dance UK are today confirming that the 2018 UK National Championships will be held on the 27th October in Harrow. The UK’s official National Championships will gather the best UK Para dancers, and it will be held at the Harrow Arts Centre, an arts venue in the London Borough of Harrow. This competition follows […]

Actor and former Welsh and English international rugby league player Keith Mason, who played 300 games in Rugby Super League and his Partner Riona Kelly  have been set a challenge by Para Dance UK the Charity that they both support  to show that Everyone can dance !. Keith who more well known for his Rugby career  than has dance moves accepted the challenge set By Para Dance UK to work […]

Champneys Supporting Para Dance Sport Team GB

Para Dance UK is proud to announce its first supporter of Para Dance Sport Team GB in 2018, the Champneys Charitable Foundation. The Foundation looks to donate money to a larger number of charities and individuals. In the past they have helped purchase specialist equipment such as wheelchairs, play and sensory room equipment, computers and […]

Actor and former Welsh and English international rugby league player Keith Mason, who played 300 games in Rugby Super League has agreed to become a patron of Para Dance UK. Keith who played representative level for Great Britain (Under-21), and at club level for the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and Melbourne Storm, to name a couple. […]