A leading disability sports and activity group needs votes - to help it win £200,000.

SportsAble is based at Braywick Road, Bray offering seven days a week activities and sport for people of all ages and disabilities.

It has reached the final of the Persimmon Homes Healthy Communities National Ballot, making the last 30 out of 5,000 nominations from the across the UK.

Now it urgently needs votes to help it win the jackpot.

SportsAble’s chief executive Kerl Haslam, who is also a sports volunteer and wheelchair basketball coach, said: “We are proud of what we do here at SportsAble. We treat everyone as an individual and work with them towards personal goals, whether that be providing accessible playtimes for disabled children or using sport to gain independence and confidence following an accident or illness.

“If we win the £200,000, it will help us to invest in programmes that will encourage more young people to engage in regular activity, bring more sport to our current membership and we will be able to reach out to the more isolated sectors of the community.”

It costs £300,000 per annum to run SportsAble and membership is heavily subsidised. It is a charity that relies heavily on fundraising and grants and the support of the public.

Damian Seddon, director-in-charge of Persimmon Homes North London, said: “The aim of the scheme is to help create a sporting legacy, and we believe SportsAble can do this if they win the £200,000. We would urge local people to get behind this group by adding their vote online, as the work they do is tremendous.”

Supporters can vote for SportsAble on www.sportsable.co.uk. They can ask friends and families to vote by liking SportsAble’s Facebook page @SportsAbleCharity, Twitter page @SportsAble and Instagram feed @SportsAble. Voting is open until March 16.