Ski-ing lessons introduced at the SNO!zone for disabled people

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DISABLED people are being given the chance to learn to ski thanks to the new Disabled Ski School at SNO!zone.

Disability Snowsport UK has launched the adaptive ski school at the real snow slope to show that disabled people are not exempt from learning how to ski and snowboard.

Special instruction and support is available to individuals or groups, and will be provided by three experienced instructors three days a week, increasing to seven days a week in the New Year.

Development Officer for DSUK, Rachel Easton, said: “We are proud to be working in partnership with SNO!zone to develop our latest ski school at Milton Keynes.

“There is already a very successful disabled group based at the SNO!zone in Milton Keynes, the DSUK ski school will enhance the group by enabling more disabled people to join the recreational side of disabled skiing’

Managing director of SNO!zone, Regis Mosseron, said: “One of the fantastic things about snowsports is that they are accessible to anyone of any age, whether they have a disability or not. We are aware of the positive impact snowsports can have on people’s lives and are extremely proud to be hosting this initiative.”

For more about lessons with DSUK email Charlie at charlie@disabilitysnowsport.org.uk or call 01908 680827.