Video: How to get every adult active every day
How to get every adult active every day”
A conversation between opinion leaders about how to encourage adults to become more physically active with the help of local authorities, Sport England and GPs. Part of Public Health England’s Health Matters.
A Poke in The Eye -A new comedy show explores sight loss!
Georgie Morell’s new one-woman comedy show, A Poke In the Eye, is based around a year in Georgie’s life when she went totally blind. Georgie has had eye conditions since birth – she was born with Juvenile Chronic Arthritis, which led to Uveitis with Secondary Glaucoma. In layman’s terms, the left eye is totally blind and the right eye still has sight, albeit with a lot of surgery. But there was a period before all the surgery that Georgie completely lost her sight in her right eye, and this experience forms the narrative of her show.Continue Reading
Live streaming of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games!
We’re really excited that during Rio 2016 we will be live streaming 72 hours of sport each day across 15 channels. It will mean that fans from around the world can either watch the Games on TV or on Paralympic.org.Continue Reading
FREE Cycling at Lee Valley Velo Park Sunday 18th September
The 1st hour is coaching tips and getting used to the course and the 2nd hour is a relay race in teams clocking up as many laps as possible in 60 minutes. See more details below. If you are up for this challenge and interested in coming along contact Roy Smith by Friday 09th September call 07803 288083Continue Reading
Rio 2016 Paralympic Games day-by-day guide
original guide on paralympics.channel4.com Wednesday 7th September – Opening Cermony! The Superhumans are back! And Channel 4 will be following every single throw, jump, race, basket and more as ParalympicsGB’s finest head out to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Paralympic Games. Following on from our BAFTA award-winning efforts of London 2012, Channel 4 is committed … Continue reading Rio 2016 Paralympic Games day-by-day guideContinue Reading