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Metro Cycling & Tandem Registration form 2016

Download: Metro Cycling & Tandem Form  – Word Formt

VI Guide to Tennis

Download latest Blind Tennis guide – Word version – December 2016

Download latest Blind Tennis guide – PDF version – December 2016

British Blind Sport

British Blind Sport – Educational resources

A Guide for Coaches for Vision Impaired Bowls

DOWNLOAD:  VI Lawn Bowls – Coaching for Coaches by ©David J Stott – V.I.B.E

Gift Aid Form

Let’s play! A guide with toy and play ideas for children with vision impairment!

Lets Play, toys and play ideas for young children with vision Impairment!
lets play and a photo of child with a hand puppet
Play is essential for all children. For children with vision impairment, it is a key part of growing and learning.
Whether you are a parent, teacher or carer of a child with vision impairment, our guide will help you create fun-filled playtimes for your child to develop and explore their senses.

Download the Play Guide now

Participation in sport provides blind and partially sighted people with opportunities to integrate into society, to build peer group friendships, to increase confidence and self-esteem as well as gaining valuable physical exercise and improved fitness, health and wellbeing.
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