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Dance Dosti: Free Bollywood, Latin & Street Classes

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Dance is a fun and creative way to be active and to support our physical and mental health. Dancing can help lift our spirits along with our heart rate. Dance Dosti is created by the award-winning dance company Step Change Studios. In partnership with Metro Blind Sport, and supported by Vision Foundation, we want to support more people to enjoy the benefits of dance. This is why we have created Dance Dosti digital. Dance Dosti website:

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Cricket: Back to Normal?

Cricket: Rory dive to catch the ball

Arriving at Highgate for the home match against the current BCEW League champions the whole of the sky was a carpet of solid duck egg grey clouds; with no glimpse of blue or the sun.

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Audio Described: Floor Yoga Class 4

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Audio Described Floor Yoga Classes with Claire Miller video.

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Sport transformed my life! – Matt Lancett

Photo of Matt kancett charging toward a player to tackle him in a game of VI Rugby - Sport transformed my life! - Matt Lancett

Matt found through running, football, cricket, and in particular rugby, a new sense of freedom. His confidence steadily grew. There were no longer constant worries about bumping into things. No worries about cars or other people around as he knew he safely on a sports pitch.

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Cricket: The Devils are back!

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With a limited season of competitive cricket in the BCEW south and west in 2021, the Devils were very pleased to be able to arrange a midweek friendly against Berkshire Stags. The game was played at the University of Reading, as a 15 over format with illegal deliveries only re-bowled in the last over so that the game could be completed between five and seven-thirty.

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