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The London Youth Games!

The London Youth Games is Europe's largest youth sports festivaL

The London Youth Games is Europe’s largest youth sports festival. It is now a season of events taking place over 9 months including both School and Community Competitions across 30 different sports. The competitions are part of the national School Games Programme.

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Climbing sessions at the Castle starting 14th Feb with Sense!

Climbing at the Castle with Sense!

Who can come?
The sessions are for people aged 18 plus who have a sensory impairment or complex need. Parents, carers and support workers are very welcome to come along and join in.

Centre orientation on the 7th of Feb at 11-12pm, there will be no climbing on this day but we invite you come down and get used to the layout, the smells and the acoustics of the centre.

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Sailing: 10% off Visually Impaired Sailing Association 2017 Sailing Events!

Sailing with Visually Impaired Sailing Association

The Visually Impaired Sailing Association of Great Britain (visa) VI-SA-GB is a membership organisation led and operated by an executive committee for all members. VI-SA-GB is the Visually Impaired Sailing Association of Great Britain and Our underlying philosophy is that the world of offshore sailing and blue water exploration is for everyone. The cold and … Continue reading Sailing: 10% off Visually Impaired Sailing Association 2017 Sailing Events!

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Free Dance and Exercise Taster Week for People with Sight Loss -18 Jan 2017!

Free Dance and Exercise Taster Week for People with Sight Loss -18 Jan 2017

Free Dance and Exercise Taster Week for People with Sight Loss -18, 19 Jan 2017! Blind Zumba and Intro to Contemporary Dance, Lose weight, tone your muscles, get fitter and have plenty of fun.

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British Blind Sport launch Guide to Vision Impaired Archery and Shooting

A Guide To Vision Impaired Target Sports Archery and Shooting from British Blind Sports

National Disability Sports Organisation, British Blind Sport has launched a brand new guide to enable coaches, leaders and club personnel to learn more about sight loss and eye conditions and have a greater understanding of the needs of people with visual impairment who want to take part in the sports of archery or shooting.

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