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New Cycling Session at Herne Hill Velodrome!

New cycling session at Herne Hill Velodrome with Wheels for Wellbeing!

We are pleased to announce that we are able to open another session at Herne Hill Velodrome. This will be held on Friday mornings, between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm, starting on 18th September 2020.  Booking Required – Covid-secure measures and new rules at our sessions 

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Metro Tennis Tournament 8th Nov 2020

Metro Blind Sport Friendly Tennis Tournament 8th Nov 2020

Metro B1’s Tennis Tournament 8th November 2020

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Interview with England Partially Sighted Football Team Captain Steve Daley

Interview with England partially sighted football team captain Steve Daley. 

Check out this interview with England partially sighted football team captain Steve Daley.  Capped an amazing 143 times, he recently retired from the national team

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London Metro FC Training Sessions Return!

Football: London Metro FC Training

London Metro FC Training Session – Booking Required I am delighted to confirm that Metro Blind Sport is returning to football at the Score Centre in Leyton. Listed below are the guidelines for our return and I would kindly ask that you read these carefully.

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Sailing: Pip’s challenge and future sunshine trips – Visa-GB!

Sailing Pip's challenge and future sunshine trips - Visa-GB

First and foremost is the latest update on our patron, and sailing superstar, Pip Hare who’s about to set off from the comfort of Poole and head to France for the start of the Vendee Globe Race.  Set your watches, mark your calendar as this world girdling challenge kicks off at 1202 GMT on Sunday 8th November.  24,000 miles around the globe, no stops, no help just our Pip and fellow competitors battling the elements for the race of a lifetime

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