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New WordPress Blog Launched by ELVis!

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On the week of 7 September we changed our blogging platform. We have now transported all of our entries to Word Press. Accessibility for ELVis is crucial for both staff and our supporters, for this reason we moved to Wordpress, due to having accessibility issues with Blogspot.

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British Athletics Parallel Success and Open – 26th Sept!

British Athletics Paralell Success and Open

British Athletics would like to present the Newham Parallel Success and Open event, 26th September 2015. Organised as an event to showcase the best of UK Paralympic talent just before the team head to Doha for the IPC World Championships 2015, the event also incorporates open events for non-disabled athletes.

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Blind YouTube Star Tommy Edison on Insight Radio!

Blind YouTube Star Tommy Edison Talks to Insight Radio

Tommy Edison has tens of thousands of followers across social media platforms, and his fun and educational YouTube videos have had millions of views. Stephen Carroll spoke to Tommy to discover how someone who has been blind from birth has conquered the most visual social networks out there. Listen to the interview here Checkout other … Continue reading Blind YouTube Star Tommy Edison on Insight Radio!

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Age UK: Health Fair 2015 – Kensington – 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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Results and Feedback on VI Tennis Rules!

Tennis Foundation

We had a very positive and lively discussion at the VI Advisory Group yesterday and have agreed rules for the domestic game.

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