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The thoughts of Jon Pugh England Manager

Blind Euros Englands Head Coach Jon Pugh

Losing my position as assistant coach not long after the 2012 Paralympics was the one of the toughest times of my life. Eventually I moved on and started again. I spent a year out of the elite sport writing a playing philosophy of the game I loved, not knowing if I’d ever get the opportunity … Continue reading The thoughts of Jon Pugh England Manager

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National Eye Health Week – Plus Free Feast your Eyes Cookbook (PDF)

National Eye Health Week

The sixth annual National Eye Health Week (NEHW)is taking place 21 – 27 September 2015. Once again, eye care charities, organisations and health professionals from across the UK are joining together to promote the importance of eye health and the need for regular sight tests for all.

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Entry Form for UK Blind Sailing Nationals! 2- 4 Oct 2015

UK Blind Sailing Nationals 2 Oct - 4 Oct 2015

Cowes Corinthian Yacht Club invites entries to the 2015 British Blind Sailing Championship to be sailed on the waters of the Solent.

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World Blind Sailing Championships 2015!

World Blind Sailing Championships 2015

I have been hooked on sailing for around six years – any kind of sailing on any size of boat and with anyone who was willing and brave enough to cope with me! I was selected as part of the GB blind sailing team for a recent World Championship event in Chicago, United States… Report by Sharon Grennan

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Spirit of Crickets Rests on Metro

T20 Cup Metro shows the Spirit tof Cricket

o the 2015 cricket season has now ended, fittingly, with the final game being the first BCEW David Townley Memorial Twenty20 Cup final at the North London Cricket Club. A year ago, Metro stalwart David had been able to hand the national league trophy to the Metro side, so it was with great sadness that this year the competition was in his memory.

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