British Disabled Water Ski Association

The Tony Edge National Centre
Heron Lake
Hythe End
TW19 6HW

Tel: 01784 483664


The aim of the British Disabled Water Ski Association (BDWSA) is to introduce newcomers to the sport who, due to their disability, would not have considered the challenge previously possible. People who are blind, deaf, sufferers of partial paralysis, paraplegic, other wheelchair users, and people with amputated limbs, multiple sclerosis and learning disabilities have all graduated from the British Disabled Water Ski Association. They have seven centres across the country, all with fully qualified instructors who give expert guidance and assistance.

Last updated on 18/03/2016

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