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Free Ice Skating Taster Days with Sense – 22 Feb!

Ice Skating with Sense

Free Ice skating Taster Sessions on the 22nd Feb and 1st March at the Sobell leisure Centre, Hornsey Rd, London, N7 7NY. We invite you come down and get used to the layout, the smells, the feel of the ice, the coolness and the acoustics of the centre.

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Disability Gymnastics Ambassadors

Disability Gymnastics Ambassadors

Since the launch of our I’M IN programme nearly 4 years ago, we have supported an increasing number of gymnastics clubs to develop inclusive opportunities. Within our gymnastics community, we now have more than 200 clubs offering specific Disability Gymnastics sessions, with many more ensuring that their mainstream offer is inclusive and accessible for all.

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Three Metro Players in the England Cricket Squad for the World Cup in India 2017!

cricket ashes squad from 2016

Congratulations to the Metro members, Gareth Jones for his first call-up and also to Matt Dean and Matt Page for getting selected for the England 2017 Sq

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METRO BLOG: London Marathon – Update!

Metro's London Marathan 2017 training videos from Andy Howard

Hello, my name is Andy Howard, and I have been fortunate to get the Metro Blind Sports London Marathon place for 2016.

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Parents workshop Wednesday 5 April – 5pm – Blind in Business – London

Bind in Buisness - Parents Workshop

This parents workshop is your chance to learn more, from young, blind and visually impaired people who are working in modern careers. You will have the opportunity to meet these people from a variety of backgrounds, who have been in mainstream education and special education throughout the UK. These role models will share their views and opinions on their education, finding work, the technology they use, what support they have and what experiences they’ve had throughout their lives.

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