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Hello everyone just a reminder that the Saturday club at Linlithgow  is not on this Saturday as it's the annual boccia competition at Bathgate Academy. All are welcome to come along and watch. Tea,coffee and biscuits will be available, so come and help support us and our club.


Hello  and welcome to No Limits Sports Club's website
'No Limits' are a West Lothian based multi-sports club for children and young people with disabilities. The club has a membership of about 60 people most of whom come from the West Lothian area. We have been in existence for 22 years and were assisted by West Lothian Council's Sports Development Unit in the early stages. Whilst the main multi-sports section meets weekly at Linlithgow, we also has a very active boccia section which meet independently at Bathgate Academy's Sports Unit on a Friday evening and a Gym/fitness section which meets on Sunday afternoons at Bellsquarry. At Linlithgow we do a variety of sports including; football, basketball, hockey, carpet bowls, new age curling, badminton, table tennis, darts, and rounders. The club members have taken part in many local, regional and national competitions including, boccia, carpet Bowls, table tennis and the 'Special Olympics'. We regularly send teams to the national boccia championships and have achieved notable successes in this sport, producing  no less than three Scottish Champions at junior and senior level. The club is run by a combination of young people, parents and volunteers and there is a high level of interaction with the  local community. We do not rely on any specific funding stream and  generate our income  via voluntary contributions, fundraising events and  funding applications to recognised bodies like the 'Big Lottery Fund' . The club have organised more than 52 weekend adventure holidays – at Badaguish, in Aviemore (2 weekends per year ) and at the Calvert Trust Centre at Kielder (one week per year ) taking on average between 30 and 40 people at a time.

Along with our regular activities we hold four ten pin bowling competitions a year, four indoor archery sessions at Linlithgow  and four outdoor archery sessions  at Beecraigs.

Since 2008 the club has supplied archery instructors in a joint venture with 'Lothian Disability Sport' to provide weekly archery sessions for people with disabilities in  at Blackburn Community (Partnership) Centre.  

We have won numerous awards over the years, and, in 2015 won the "Queen's Award" for voluntary service. The club is a registered charity SC026826 and works closely with other charitable organisations in the area. Committee members meet monthly to review and conduct the business of the club and are encouraged to undertake training and coaching courses and organise trips to sporting events both locally and nationally.

What we do

Where we are based

We have a multi- sports club which meets every Saturday at the Excite Leisure Centre Linlithgow from 11am to 1pm There are a variety of opportunities to play games and sports like badminton, carpet bowls, boccia, table tennis, new age curling, basketball, hockey and occasionally archery. We have a number of games which uses specialist equipment. On Sundays we have a fun gym session for all ages, which meets at the Synergy gym at Bellsquarry between 1pm and 2pm please feel free to visit their website. On Friday's we run a boccia session at Bathgate Academy Sports Unit between 6:30pm and 8:00pm

When we go away

Twice a year, usually in May and September, we organise weekend trips to Badaguish which is a disabled friendly camp site near Aviemore. Feel free to visit their website for more information. Whilst there we have archery and canoeing sessions, a barbecue and visits to local places of interest and other outdoor activities. We also organise week long activity holidays at the Calvert Trust at Kielder , Northumbria. Feel free to visit their website for more information .

Our Team

We have a management committee of 11 people who comprise parents , carers and volunteers who like to help out as much as they can. We are also assisted by volunteers who come from local schools and the wider community. If you would like to find out more about our committee members please visit their page.

Our Vision

Purpose To provide members and their families/carers access to sport and leisure activities to build self-confidence and realise their potential. To provide friendship, a sense of achievement and belonging through participation in sports. Mission To provide opportunities for sport and leisure activities in a safe and fun environment. Vision To continuously develop as a model club for disability sport and leisure activities providing positive experiences which enhance members’ well-being. Values Above all we hold dear – Respect, Honesty, Love, Inclusion, Understanding and Integrity Goal To be recognised as a club that that continuously strives to provide the maximum opportunities and benefit to it’s members

Committee Members

Davy Lawson


Hello I'm the chairman of the No Limits Sports Club – a role I have enjoyed since retiring from engineering management in 2016. I have been with No Limits since 1999, when my son Arthur became a member. I have a keen interest in cycling and playing guitar, although I have not mastered doing both at the same time. If you have any question or suggestions about No Limits, please feel free to get in touch happy to help.

Anne Gurney

Vice Chair

Hello I am Anne Gurney the Vice Chair of No Limits Sports Club. I am a founding member and have served on the management committee in various capacities since the club was formed . I also represent the club on West Lothian's Sports Council of which I am the secretary.

Paul Weddell


Hello, I’m Paul and I am the club’s Secretary ( That means I get all the work to do!) I am retired and am the main carer for my disabled daughter. I have been involved with the club since the year 2000 and am one of the Archery & Gym instructors, I also help to organise the Ten Pin Bowling and Fishing events

Elaine McCallum


I’m a retired teacher. My daughter joined in 1997 when I became an active committee member.I am a qualified Archery Instructor and assist with disability archery. I run the clubs boccia group and we have won many awards in competition. I also run the annual boccia tournament. As for myself I'm a keen fly fisher and the club has recently introduced our members to bait fishing, holding 2 annual fishing events at Allandale Tarn so I will have to now find another sport just for me.

Ashley Gilmour


Hello I am Ashley, I have been a volunteer at the club for 11 years,and a committee member for 10.I am the events organiser, one of the clubs archery leaders and a qualified disability sports coach. During my time at the club I have completed my masters in Occupational Therapy.

Alan Sinclair


I became part of the No Limits committee in 2015 having attended the club with my family for around a year. Having seen how No Limits has changed the lives of so many young people facing a variety of challenges, including my son Euan, it is a privilege to serve on the committee of the club. With over 15 years experience volunteering in the charitable sector and a career in the financial services industry, my main role on the committee is planning and running social and fundraising events.

Belinda Wardrop

Sports , Activity and Website

Hi I’m Belinda, I’m the sports coordinator at the club. I came to no limits in 2014 through my college course, I loved my experience so much I didn’t want to leave. During my time at the club I have achieved my boccia leadership qualification, became an archery instructor and created our Sunday gym sessions. I have my honours degree in sport and exercise science, specialising in physical activity participation for people with learning disabilities.

Alan Churne

IT ,Website, Facebook

Hello I'm Alan and my background is in Information Technology. I have been a volunteer since 2016.I help the club to maintain it's social media presence by making sure that the Website and Facebook are kept up to date with the latest news and photographs of the activities we do .

Mark McEwan

IT ,Website, Facebook

Hello I'm Mark. My role on the committee is to support with any Facebook & web-site enquiries. Along with Alan, we make sure all our members are kept up to date with latest news by sharing upcoming & recent events. As my son, Morgan attends the club, I get to join in on all the fun as well

Fiona Hagenbuch

Boccia / Competitions

Hello I'm Fiona, one of the founding members, I grew up with the club and when I became old enough I joined the management committee. I organise the boccia on a Saturday and take part in competitions. I also support other competitors and help out at the competitions we hold.

Dawn Black

Committee Member / Club Helper

Hello I'm Dawn and I have a son that attends the club. I try to help make sure everyone is ok and having fun and I like trying to find ways to improve the club for its members.

Club membership

Club membership
Club membership  is open children and young people under the age of 25 years  with a disability, their siblings and parent/carers.
Probationary membership is granted to new members and full membership can be obtained following a successfull completeion of eight sessions.
Annual membership costs £10 and each session is charged at a rate of £3 per person.
a discounted rate applies to full members who pay by standing order.
To become a member you have to sign up to our code of conduct &fair play policy  details of which are shown below.

"It is the policy of NO Limits to ensure that all participants, volunteers, coaches and parents promote fair play at all times. Players are encouraged to be ‘good sports’ and to co-operate with and respect their team mates, coaches and officials at all times.  The aim is for all players to enjoy the game, improve their skills and have FUN".

All  members are asked to abide by the following rules at all times:
Co-operate fully, respecting all requests and decisions made by the coaches, helpers, officials and administrators
Be on time for training sessions, matches and competitions
Players must control their tempers and avoid behaviour which may inconvenience or upset others
Treat opponents and team mates with respect at all times (on and off the field)
Be considerate to others and work as a team
Accept success and failure in a noble/selfless way
Do not purchase or consume alcohol, tobacco products, solvents, illegal drugs of any kind or purchase dangerous articles i.e. knives whilst representing the club or on the club premises
Do not participate in any club activity whilst under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Members shall not promote, give or sell any drugs to another member whilst participating on the club premises or participating in any club activity
Take care of all property belonging to the club or any club member
Do not leave sessions without permission of the person in charge
Be responsible for caring for your own equipment, clothing and property
No jewellery or unsuitable clothing or footwear should be worn during any practical club sessions.


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