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24h Tennis Challenge 2018

24 Hour Tennis

Members of the Metro tennis  took part in a 24h tennis challenge to help raise funds for the Tuesday evening  VI tennis sessions that take place every other week at the  National Tennis Centre in London.

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VI Student Network Group – 15 March!

VI Student Network Focus Group

Want to meet and spend time with other visually impaired students? London Vision is setting up a new network in London for visually impaired students. The VI Student Network will hold events where members can network with their peers and meet new people.

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Video: Acting More blind then we are?

Acting More blind then we are- the blind life

Have you ever acted more blind than you really are? Maybe while using your cane? You’re probably saying “Why would anyone do that?” That’s a very good good question! Let’s talk about it! YouTube video from This is The Blind Life! (formerly The Blind Spot) YouTuber 

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Metro Doubles Tennis 2018 Results!

Metro Doubles Tennis 2018 Group Photo

On behalf of all players and Metro Trustee’s a massive thank you to Julie, Steve Pilcher  and Linda  Almond and all the amazing volunteers on the day for a very successful tournament.  Once again the day run smoothly with players enjoying a great day at which 20 Blind and Partially sighted player played Tennis!!

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Youth VI Swimming Gala 5 May!

BBS National Youth Swimming Gala 5 May

Hosted by British Blind Sport, this event has been held successfully for over 20 years and is the only VI specific youth swimming competition in the UK, always attracting participants from across the country. Open to all abilities whether you are a beginner or competitive swimmer come and have a go!

Free entry for all blind and partially sighted children aged between 8 to 17 years old.

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