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Free Cricket Nets: The Oval 15 Feb

Free Cricket Nets at the Oval  15 Feb 2020 with Metro Blind Sport

Want to try Blind Cricket, Well now is the time,  there is no better way than learning from our talented cricketers plus why not do it at the Oval cricket Nets, Yes that right, learn at the Oval on 15 Feb, Start off your 2020 right and join in.  Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org or Phone:07956292046

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Counselling  Podcasts Beat the Blues!

Beat the Blues with Counselling Podcasts from the RNIB

If the post-festive season blues are getting to you, or you’re interested in improving your mental health, listen to the RNIB new podcast series on counselling and emotional wellbeing. The RNIB team of trained counsellors from our Sight Loss Advice Service worked with counselling expert Dr Mhairi Thurston to produce the podcasts as a resource for the Blind Pen Pals Group.

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This Girl Can – Me Again!

This Girl Can - Me Again New TV Advert & New This Girl Can Fund

This Girl Can is back with a brand-new TV advert to inspire more women and girls to take part in sport and physical activity. The advert,  shows the raw, unfiltered reality of women exercising in whatever way that works for them. 

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Volunteering Fair 29 Jan!

Camden & Islington Volunteering Fair - 29 January 2020

Are you interested in volunteering?  Come along and meet all the charities and organisations in one place!  Metro Blind sports will be there, do come over and say hello.

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Get University Ready 14-29 yrs!

Get University Ready for 14-29-yrs 8 Feb with LookUK & London Vision

We’re excited to announce we’ve teamed up with London Vision to run a free event for visually impaired young people considering university. Our ‘Get University Ready’ event is designed to empower visually impaired young people with the knowledge they need to make an informed decision about higher education.

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