News for vision impaired people

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

Mixed Martial Arts Sessions restart 25 May

MMARAP return to Ringcross Community Centre, Islington

Mixed Martial Arts Sessions restart 25 May in Islington!

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Exciting exploring opportunities!

photo of an explorers taking a photo of a sunset high up, looking over the hills - Exciting exploring opportunities with the British Exploring Society

VICTA is excited to share two exciting opportunities with the British Exploring Society (BES) with you! Closing Date: 7 June 2021 Find out more about the two expeditions and follow the links to find out more and start an amazing adventure.

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News & Events Update – 19 May

Metro Blind Sport logo with a blue tinted spotlight behind it and a faded group photo of london pulse players and a netball player jumping high to shoot for the net and the text saying Wednesday 19 May 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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Visually impaired netball in London – book now!

Photo of netball players jumping high toward the basket in a stadium and a photo of some of the london pulse team facing the camera in a line with text saying Vision Impaired Netball with London Pulse!

Metro Blind Sport is delighted to announce the dates for the first-ever netball skills coaching with London Pulse, London’s only Vitality Netball Superleague Club.  These sessions are designed to open up access to netball for those living and working in London that are visually impaired or blind.

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BBC: In Touch – A Technology Special

photo of a hand on a mouse next to a laptop -BBC In Touch - Technology Special

The pandemic has accelerated our use of the digital world, meaning accessible websites and apps have never been more important. So who’s doing it well and who could do better?

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