Parafed Wellington

Inspire, Enable, Achieve

Welcome to Parafed Wellington


At Parafed Wellington we inspire, enable and achieve.


We do this through our members and supporters being involved in sporting, 

recreation or leisure opportunities.  

We work with a range of organisations and partners to make our members 

sporting and recreational lives as great as possible.   


 

Junior Disability Games

 

Best Team Performance - Team Wellington!

 





Cook Strait News profiles our Youth Group


Weetbix Try




Check out what we got up to in 2015 ... wow what a year of wins 

2015 Our Year of Wins
2015 - Our year of Wins.pdf (882.75KB)
2015 Our Year of Wins
2015 - Our year of Wins.pdf
(882.75KB)


Please remember to renew and/or join Parafed Wellington this year so you too can be involved in all our sports and activities.  Our membership form is available from our website (on right).


 

 


News

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04/04/2016

Mary Fisher breaks own World Record in 50m Butterfly

Paralympic stars Mary Fisher and Sophie Pascoe continued on their world class form, both going under the Rio nomination time in heats of the 100m freestyle and both went faster at night final. They were...   More


14/03/2016

AGM - Award Recipients

Parafed Wellington held its 48th AGM at the Petone Working Men's Club yesterday. The committee of Alan Signal (President), Colleen Dryden (Treasurer) and Greg Reid were re-elected unopposed. Congratulations...   More


12/02/2016

AGM Notice

The 48th Parafed Wellington AGM will be held on Sunday 13 March. Petone Workingmen's Club 12noon. Nominations for the position of President, Treasurer and committee members close on Friday 4 March. ...   More


12/02/2016

Kate Horan breaks World Record Again

Last night at the AvanteDrome in Cambridge, Kate Horan broke the C3 Women Flying 200m World Record in 13.198. Kate's return to elite sport is seeing her go from strength to strength in cycling. Great...   More


12/02/2016

Mary Fisher at The Attic at Wellington Museum

The Attic at Wellington Museum (previously City and Sea Museum) has an exhibition which includes Mary's medals, swimsuit and her swimming achievements. If you are in the city, its really worth heading over...   More


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