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London VI Blind Football Festival: Wed 2 Nov 2022

A Poster for the London VI Blind Football Festival Wed 2 Nov 11am - 2pm

A VI/Blind Football Festival will take place on Wednesday 2nd November 2022 at Market Road Football Pitches, Market Road, N7 9PL, from 11 am-2 pm. the day will be led by Azeem Amir, England International Blind Footballer Register your interest here: https://tinyurl.com/BFF2Nov

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Poland Tennis Tournament 2022

Full Metro Team outside the tennis centre - Poland Tournament 2022

Having picked one of the year’s hottest days at 34 degrees, the four tennis courts were set for Metro players. Coach Joe Lake delivered the session involving coaching and some friendly singles and doubles matches.

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Tennis Camps: Milton Keynes 29 – 30 Oct 2022

Tennis players having a laugh at the net at a Dan Maskell trainng camp

These camps are for players who already play and want to develop their skills further. The timing of these camps, just a few weeks before National’s mean that players have the chance to learn some new techniques and tactics just in time for the National Tournaments if they wish. The camps will be fun and social and provide a more in-depth coaching experience.

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Free Junior VI & Blind Cricket in Leyton starts 9 Oct!

Photo of young cricketer about to hit the ball with Essex Cricket Club logo text says VI & Blind Cricket Time: 10 am -12 pm Leyton Urban Cricket Hub contact Bradley Donovan Call 07950874814

Free VI/blind cricket: Ages 12-25 – Leyton Venue: Leyton Urban Cricket Hub, Leyton Sports Ground, Essex E10 6PY Contact: Bradley.Donovan@essexcricket.org.uk

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Inclusive Taekwondo for Children with SEN

Group photo of children and thier coaches in a Taekwondo Pose

Sessions include learning the fundamentals of taekwondo including different routines and games. Sessions are also non-contact.
The coaches adapt the sessions to meet everyone’s needs so it’s a truly inclusive environment and siblings are also welcome to take part.

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