What Is The Cost?
It’s free to enter and attend the games. You just need to register in advance.
Who Can Take Part?
Anyone can attend as long as they are over 18 years old with additional needs.
Where Are The Games Held
We are grateful to MBNA for allowing us the use of their excellent sports facilities.
How Do I Book
To book, simply go to our “Booking” page and fill in the form with your details.
Chester Fun Games
A Fantastic Day of Activity Free For All Participants
On behalf of all the members of Rotary District 1180 it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 18th Rotary Fun Games.
We are delighted that each year we have approximately 300 volunteers representing our 78 Rotary Clubs who help to make the Fun Games a happy and memorable event for everyone involved. The event grows from strength to strength with new ideas evolving each year.
See a selection of the games we have on offer on the day.
BucketBall is the hottest new beach, poolside and backyard game that is played like beer pong but on a larger scale with buckets and BucketBall game balls.
Played outdoors with hoops at varying heights so everyone can have a go.
Softball is similar to American baseball, played with a round bat and a larger and softer ball.
Penalty Shoot Out
Try out your football skills and see how often you can beat the goalie.
This is a simple outdoor target game that anyone can enjoy playing.
Our Bouncy Castle Assault Course allows people of all abilities to have fun and adventure in a safe environment.
Try for a bulls-eye by playing Darts on a full size dart board in the open air.
Similar to bowls, the object of the game is to attempt to get the balls as close to the target as possible. It is played indoors from a seated position.
Played inside the main hall on a full-sized table.
New Age Curling
New Age Curling is a form of the original curling game, but adapted so that it can be played indoors on any smooth, flat surface, such as a sports hall, rather than on ice. The plastic curling stones run on wheels.
Learn to shoot arrows at a professional target under the supervision of experienced archers.
Practice your tennis strokes with ball boys and girls to pick up the balls!
The Bowls game takes place on the all-weather outdoor pitch. Two lanes are provided, and games can be played individually or in pairs with each person rolling the bowl to see who can get closest to the white Jack. The length of the pitch can be varied to suit all strengths and abilities.
Practise your cricket skills, batting and bowling, on our shortened pitch with softer balls.
A putting game played over a short nine-hole course with golf balls and clubs.
We introduced this fun game last year which proved very popular. Competitors throw a soft ball at brightly coloured Velcro discs to see how near to the centre they can get.
Enjoy a ride round the course on specially adapted three and four wheel bikes.
The game involves rolling balls along the ground to knock the skittles down. The red skittle knocked down scores 20 points all others are 10 points, see if you can knock them all down and score 100 points. For those competitors in a wheel chair the balls are rolled down a chute aimed at the skittles.
Flip The Teddy
A game of skill, throwing a teddy through obstacles.
Chester Fun Games
Join In The Fun
The Games, which are free to all competitors, are designed to give adults (18+) with disabilities, in particular learning difficulties, an opportunity to take part in activities they would not normally be able to access, and there is a range of sports available, all of them specially adapted so that everyone, regardless of their disability, can take part. The range of sports includes Archery, Cricket, Tennis, Cycling, Golf, Darts, Basketball, Table Tennis, Kurling and Bowls, as well as fun activities such as Penalty Shoot-Out, Skittles, Velcro Target, Boccia, Softball and Assault Course.
Last year we were lucky to have a warm, sunny day for this annual event, and you can see from the photographs how much everyone enjoyed the fun! We had over 250 competitors from all over the region, from Liverpool to Oswestry and from Anglesey to Sandbach, most attending as groups from a local support club but also individuals with their parents or carers.
It is a great fun day out in the open air with the chance to try new activities, socialise, meet other groups, and picnic in the extensive grounds of the sports field.
The highlight for many competitors is the medal presentation ceremony at the end of the Games when everyone who took part receives a medal, and the day is often rounded off by some impromptu singing and dancing.
This years Games will be held on Sunday 9th September at the MBNA sports grounds on Chester Business Park between 10.00am and 3.00 pm and we look forward to welcoming you there!
What Previous Participants Have Said
On behalf of Sarah, many thanks for another great day. We had a great time! Your hard work is much appreciated and looking forward to the next games in 2018Esther
Everyone enjoyed themselves so much doing sport they already know and also trying out some new ones. Thank you so much for organising the day.A Local Group
Chester Fun Games
About Rotary District 1180
Welcome to Rotary International District 1180, a District that covers the whole of North Wales, Merseyside and parts of Cheshire, Shropshire and Lancashire and embraces a variety of communities ranging from the pastoral peacefulness and tranquillity of rural areas to the hustle and bustle and vibrancy of city life. The District includes four cities – Liverpool, Chester, Bangor and St Asaph, as well as The Royal Town of Caernarfon.
Liverpool was one of the first clubs outside USA to be chartered and in 2013 celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the granting of its Charter. It has since merged with Liverpool City, chartered in 2009, and the two are now collectively known as City of Liverpool.
The District is one of the few represented in two countries, and uses two languages, Welsh and English. It is claimed by the inhabitants of Liverpool that there is also a third language – Scouse!!
Rotarians in the District are active both in their local communities and in overseas projects, contributing practical as well as financial support. Details of these can be found on the District 1180 website (see link below).