News for vision impaired people
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Junior Cricket in Leyton – Starts 10 Oct!
Sessions are aimed at 11-25 year old blind and partially sighted players. No previous cricket experience is necessary and all equipment will be provided. Support and advice will be on hand for participants and parents from players from Metro Blind Sport cricket teams, who play games in the regional and national visually impaired leagues.Continue Reading
League Championship Celebrated & Confirmed in Style
Lancashire Vs Metro 2021 Metro travelled to Manchester and stayed overnight, despite a worrying weather forecast to play their final league match of the season. This was a rearranged match as the weather had been very wet on the originally scheduled date.
They arrived at the historic Werneth Cricket Club in the north of the city greeted by skies where the blue was chasing away the clouds after heavy overnight rain. Werneth has hosted high-quality Lancashire League and friendly cricket matches so has had both Sir Garfield Sobers and Phil Mustard play on the square.
Goalball Junior Day – Croydon 26 Oct 2021
Goalball Junior Day – Croydon, 26th October 2021
The event is open to young people aged 8 – 16, of any sight level and to new or existing players.
Open Disability Tennis Competition – 10 Oct!
Defiant Sports Open Disability Tennis Competition Location: Eastbourne Sports Park, Cross Levels Way, Eastbourne, BN21 2UF Date: 10th October 2021 Time: 10am-2pm How to book: Book on Eventbrite by clicking HERE or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org / calling 07887755856.Continue Reading
Free Dance Classes for VI People in Ealing
Dance Dosti is a dance programme for visually impaired people. Join our free 12-week programme in Ealing, supported by Everyone Active. Starts Saturday 2nd October, Time: 2-3 pm Venue: Southall Sports Centre, Beaconsfield Rd, UB1 1DPContinue Reading