News for vision impaired people

News includes blind and partially sighted sports and social events

Warwickshire Win Record breaking BBS cup final

Broadhalfpenny Down The Cradle of Cricket

The 2015 BBS Primary Club Heindrich Swanepoel Memorial Cup Final was both thrilling and record breaking.

On a scorching day that reached 30 degrees during the first innings at the beautiful and historic BroadHalfPenny Down in Hampshire, Warwickshire Bears faced London Metro in the 37th final of the world’s longest running annual disability cricket competition.

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Free Swimming Sessions – Sunday 18th October – Clapham!

Free Swimming at Clapham organisers the ASA and Metro Clapham

Join in with our love of swimming FREE sessions for blind and visually impaired people of all ages If you or your child have never tried swimming before or you would like to improve your skills, come along to one of our afternoon sessions and have some fun!

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Some METRO Bowls News

Bowls Winners

Since the beginning of the summer season at the end of April, the Metro bowlers have been busy practising on Wednesdays and Sundays at Ravenscourt Park, and playing tournaments.

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Science Museum – Free VI Events for families – age 7 and over

science museum

On Saturday 29th August please come and join us at the Science Museum for our free events held for families with members who are aged 7 and over who are visually impaired or blind.

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RNIB has launched a new leadership course!

The Civic Leadership Programme (CLP) is a six-month course running from
September 2015 – March 2016. The purpose of the course is to equip blind and
partially sighted people with the skills and knowledge to embark on civic
leadership roles.

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