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PSFL Open Cup Report @Futsal Swindon!

London Fustal Club A Team at the PSFL Open Cup Swindon

19th September saw a return of the competitive football season for London Metro Futsal Club with the PSFL Open Cup. London took two strong teams with some changes in personnel with Bish coming into the ‘A’ team and Mark Bond and Ryan Jones making their debuts for the ‘B’ team.

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Metro Members Questionnaire 2015 – Link Here!

Metro Members Questionnaire 2015

We have devised a short questionnaire for all our members in order to find out which of our activities are most valued and to help us shape our future plans. The closing date for completion is Tuesday 20 October 2015. We’re hoping to receive as many replies as possible to help us build up an accurate picture of the views of our membership, so if you could take five minutes to complete the questionnaire, it would be most appreciated.

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National Vision Impaired Tennis Awards

Tennis Foundation

It is with great pleasure that the VI Tennis Advisory Group, in partnership with the Tennis Foundation, would like to invite submissions for the first National Visually Impaired Tennis Awards to be held in conjunction with the National Visually Impaired Tennis Championships from 1-2P.M. on Saturday 24th October 2015.

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Age UK: Health Fair 2015 – Kensington – Fri 2 Oct!

Age UK Health Fair 2nd October 2015

Preparations are underway for the biggest over 60’s health event of the year! It takes place at Kensington Town Hall on October 2nd and this year will be a celebration of all that our local community can offer to maintain good mental, physical and emotional health. contact Kathe on 0208 960 8137

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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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