News for vision impaired people

Topics covered include Blind and partially sighted Sports, Events,  VI technology and VI campaigns.

Let’s Talk Tokyo: Adam Hills & ParalympicsGB

Photo of the ParalympicGB team celebating a banner for the Let’s Talk Tokyo online event on thursday 13 May 2021: An Evening with Adam Hills and ParalympicsGB

Next month, we will be celebrating 100 days to go until the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and we’d love you to join us for the celebration

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Blind & VI Tennis in Sutton Re-Starting 22 April

The Tennis Coach and VI Players moving across the court in a Line, the text says Vision Impaired Tennis at Sutton Tennis Village for B1 and Beginners

Blind & VI Tennis Every Thursday at Sutton Sports Village, Rose Hill, Sutton, SM1 3HH Time:  10.30  – 12.oo  pm   Term time only Cost: First-time FREE Contact to book & register interest:

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News & Events Update – 14 April

Metro Blind Sport logo with a blue tinted spotlight behind it and a faded image of of a bowler bowling outside on the green at the Paddington sports club and the text saying Wednesday 14 April Weekly Events & News Update!

Here is this weeks update on the event and online opportunities and news to help you keep active! Take the time to have a read through and see how you can get active!

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BBS: Active at Home for April!

British Blind Sport Active at Home Live Workouts

British Blind Sport Active at Home Programme, links to a series of audio-led follow on exercise videos.

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Cycling: Ride Side-by-Side

Photo of an Ride side by side ebike with a sighted masked pilot, and passenger with one free seat available, they are in a park with blue sky. At the back of the bike there is a banner with the text saying Visually Impared cyclists - Cycling Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks & Metro!

Ride Side-by-Side with Bikeworks and Metro Blind Sport- We have sessions that will be running every week, so please do get in contact if you want to attend sessions. We would love to welcome you along. please email Martin

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