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Top Tips for visually impaired people on how to travel on the Underground – YouTube Video

Transport for all- top tips for travel by TFA members

YouTube video By TfA Transport for All member, Roger Lewis. giving on Tips on how to travel on the Underground.

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Goalball Goals & Eyeshades Suppliers to the Rio 2016 Paralympic games

Goalball Goals & Eyeshades Suppliers photo

Lightweight Goalball Goals & International Competition Goalball Goals Eyeshades Suppliers to the Rio 2016 Paralympic games call on 0114 2215291 we will be happy to have a talk about your requirements.

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Rio Paralympics 2016: An A-Z of Paralympic sport classifications

A to Z of Paralympic sport classifications -Rio 2016 Paralympic Games

The 2016 Paralympics in Rio involves 22 sports but not all disability categories can compete in each event. Each sport has different physical demands and so has its own set of classifications.

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FREE Cycling at Lee Valley Velo Park Sunday 18th September

FREE Cycling at Lee Valley Velo Park Sunday 18th September

The 1st hour is coaching tips and getting used to the course and the 2nd hour is a relay race in teams clocking up as many laps as possible in 60 minutes. See more details below. If you are up for this challenge and interested in coming along contact Roy Smith by Friday 09th September call 07803 288083

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Walthamstow first ever VI Bowls season in 2016 – A Great Success!

Walthamstow first ever VI Bowls season in 2016

Having run a successful taster session back in 2015, it was now time to run a whole season of VI bowls. An extraordinary story by all accounts, particularly when you consider that this had never been trialled in East London and perhaps above all, many of the members were pure novices to the game. As a result, therefore it was both an absolute honour and a pleasure for us to witness the development of the players on and off the rink.

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