News for vision impaired people

Topics covered include Blind and partially sighted Sports, Events,  VI technology and VI campaigns.

Andy Law Metro’s Chairman talks to DASL

Audio Podcasts

Terry Paige, Jamille and Lucy from DASL  (Disability Advice Service Lambeth) talk to Andy Law, Chairman of Metro Blind Sport

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News & Events Update – 5 May

nd the text saying Wednesday 28 April Weekly Events & News Update!

Here is this weeks update on the event and online opportunities and news to help you keep active! Take the time to have a read through and see how you can get active!

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London Pulse Community VI Netball 22nd June

Photo of netball players jumping high toward the basket in a stadium text says Vision Impaired Netball Starts 22 June with London Pulse!

These visually impaired Netball sessions are for female and male players and are delivered by London Pulse Community Lead Lisa Brown at the Score Centre in Leyton.

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Free training sessions with MMARAP!

MMARAP is offering you the chance to take part in an innovative and free training session, our Disability, Inclusion, Learning, Empathy for Mixed Martial Arts (DILEMMA).

MMARAP is offering you the chance to take part in an innovative and free training session, our Disability, Inclusion, Learning, Empathy for Mixed Martial Arts (DILEMMA). The four-hour online initiative, funded by Sporting Equal, will take place on Wednesday, May 5 (10 am-2 pm) on Zoom, with 10 spaces available.

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First-ever visually impaired netball in London!

Photo of London Pulse player jumping high and saving the ball from the net in a stadium text says Metro Blind Sport and London Pulse bring visually Impaired Netball to London!

Metro Blind Sport is delighted to announce the dates for the first-ever netball skills coaching with London Pulse, London’s only Vitality Netball Superleague Club.  These sessions are designed to open up access to netball for those living and working in London that are visually impaired or blind.

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