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See My Voice’s Parasports Festival -19 Aug 2022

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Celebrate the Commonwealth Games with See My Voice’s Parasports Festival! -19 Aug 2022 The free event will allow young people with a disability aged 10-20 and their families to try a variety of sports featured at the Commonwealth Games

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And the winner is … “The game of cricket”!

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The Devils had a stressful start to this Sunday match – unsure if all the players could get onto the train at Waterloo and Clapham junction was the start. Then on arriving at Fratton station, one of the book cabs was almost taken by someone waiting at the rank; not that any of the three cabbies knew where to go for Hillsea cricket club. Dropped outside Portsmouth college, the team had to phone Hampshire before the friendly club groundsman appeared out of the bushes on the far side of the road.

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Summer Sight loss Event – Barking & Dagenham – 27 Aug!

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Come along and experience a FREE touch tour of Valence House Museum -A variety of stalls exhibiting, including Metro Blind Sports events on the day, DABD Welfare Department,
Talking Newspapers, Sight and Sound, London Vision, Art and Crafts, Independent Living Agency, London Fire Brigade,Macular Society, RNIB

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METRO Singles Competition: Ravenscourt Park 13 Aug 2022

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METRO Singles Competition: Ravenscourt Park 13 Aug 2022

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Aquabats Updated Timetable of Upcoming Events!

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The possible upcoming strikes have caused some changes to the programme.  To give you an idea, this is what is going to happen.

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