Monthly Archives: May 2022

Ballroom Dancing in Westminster – Starts 12 June!

Photo of man in black and women in a red dress Ballroom dancing in a large ornate hall with red and gold panneling
Venue:
Seymour Leisure Centre, Seymour Place, W1H 5TJ
Time:
2.30 pm - 3.45 pm 
Phone:
Date:
12th June 2022
Cost:
£5 per class


Weekly Ballroom Dancing  Classes for Visually Impaired Adults!

We are working with partners Step Change Studios to deliver weekly ballroom dance classes for blind and partially sighted people.

Step Change Studios are excited to be back with weekly beginner Ballroom and Latin dance classes for visually impaired adults! In each 75- minute class,

You will learn different dance styles – from Tango to Samba, in a fun, supportive setting.
Takeparteveryweek- or when you are able.

Regular participants will have opportunities to perform!

Event Details

  • Date:  Sundays  (starts 12 June 2022) Time:  2.30 pm – 3.45 pm
  • Venue:  Seymour Leisure Centre, Seymour Place, W1H 5TJ
  • Cost: £5 per class
  • Register here:  Google Online form 

For more information or help please use the contact email below
contact: contact@stepchangestudios.com

Website: stepchangestudios.com

 

 

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Walk in the Olympic Park – 30 June 2022

Photo of the Olympic Park, with blue skies showing a river and a stadium - text says Walk in the Park
Venue:
Olympic Park, London, E20
Time:
11.00 am - 12:00 Noon
Phone:
07966 260089
Date:
30th June 2022
Cost:
FREE


Walk in the Park  – Hyde Park

Thanks to the Sport England Tackling Inequalities Fund, the Metro Blind Sport, ‘Walk in the Park’ is a London walking program for blind and partially sighted people.

  • Our weekly walks will take place across different parks in London.
  • Our walks are free, fun, and friendly – perfect to help you get active and meet new people.

Event Details

Date:  Thursday 30 June 2022

Meet and greet: 11 am at Stratford station. please confirm with the contact below before travelling.

Venue: Olympic Park, London, E20

To book or find out more,  please contact

Lucy Simper lucy.simper@metroblindsport.org  or call 07966 260089

 

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Walk in Hyde Park – 16 June 2022

Photo of hyde park: around a lake with a fountain are benchs in an arch around the lake with people sitting and enjoying the sun and blue skies - text says Walk in the Park
Venue:
Hyde Park, London,  W2 2UH
Time:
11.00 am - 12:00 Noon
Phone:
07966 260089
Date:
16th June 2022
Cost:
FREE


Walk in the Park  – Hyde Park

Thanks to the Sport England Tackling Inequalities Fund, the Metro Blind Sport, ‘Walk in the Park’ is a London walking program for blind and partially sighted people.

  • Our weekly walks will take place across different parks in London.
  • Our walks are free, fun, and friendly – perfect to help you get active and meet new people.

Event Details

Date:  Thursday 16 June 2022

Meet and greet: 11 am at Hyde Park Corner. As always please confirm with the contact below before travelling.

Venue: Hyde Park, London,  W2 2UH

To book or find out more,  please contact

Lucy Simper lucy.simper@metroblindsport.org  or call 07966 260089

 

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Walk in the Park: London Fields – 1 June 2022

Photo of a large tree with arching branchs high to low from left donw to the right with a lot of people o lying on the grass in the sum - ext says Walk in the Park
Venue:
London Fields Westside
E8 3EU.
Time:
11.00 am - 12:00 Noon
Phone:
07966 260089
Date:
01st June 2022
Cost:
FREE


Walk in the Park  – London Fields

Thanks to the Sport England Tackling Inequalities Fund, the Metro Blind Sport, ‘Walk in the Park’ is a London walking program for blind and partially sighted people.

  • Our weekly walks will take place across different parks in London.
  • Our walks are free, fun, and friendly – perfect to help you get active and meet new people.

Event Details

Date:  Wednesday 1 June 2022

Meet and greet: 11 am at London Fields Overground station.
Mentmore Terrace, Hackney, E8 3PH

Venue: London Fields, Westside, E8 3EU.

To book or find out more,  please contact

Lucy Simper lucy.simper@metroblindsport.org  or call 07966 260089

 

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Bowls: Weston-Super-Mare – Open VI Singles Results

Photo of the Medallists from the Weston-Super-Mare - Open VI Singles with the directors and Mayor!

Weston-Super-Mare – Open VI Singles Results

48 bowlers enjoyed four days of glorious weather, great bowling and good company at this, the 10th Anniversary Tournament, hosted by Clarence Bowling Club, with support from Lions Club members.

The Saturday night Social and Quiz raised in excess of £100 and, after more was raised in Sunday’s Spider, £176 is being donated to Weston Hospicecare.

Thanks, as ever, go to Bernie Robinson for raising over £1000 from the raffles. Such raffle money keeps entry fees down for the players and allows us to pay the green fees necessary to support Clarence and Wessex LBC members to provide such great playing surfaces.

Results

 Best non- medaling Lady: Sarah Marshall ( Berkhamstead )

Open section  winner: Toby Warren  (Swansea)

Runner-up: Jon Cox (Swansea)

Bronze Medal: Phil Dutton (Taunton Deane)

B1 winner:  Keith Brenton (Gateshead)

B1 Runner-up: Eric Gallacher (Metro, London)

B1 Bronze Medal: Margaret Cusker (Rugby)

 

 

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