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BBS Have a go Day in York!

British Blind Sport's Have a Go day in York 11 May

British Blind Sport are delighted to be bringing to York, a sport taster event specifically for people living with sight loss. This event is free of charge to attend for British Blind Sport members, and £5 to non-members (BBS membership is free for juniors under the age of 18). The event is open to anyone living with a visual impairment who is interested in trying their hand at inclusive sport.

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Metro Tennis Tournament 2019

Metro Tennis Tournament 2019 and Photo Gallery!

On Sunday 17th February 2019 twenty-six blind and partially sighted players came together to compete in the Metro Blind Sports tennis tournament at the GLL Islington Tennis Centre. The players were supported by a team of dedicated volunteers and LTA officials and the event was a great success.

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Try Something New in 2019

Try Something New for 2019 by Odette Battarel

I play a lot of blind tennis but my new year’s resolution for 2019 is to be brave and try out new things. I looked in Metroblindsport newsletter to see what activities were on offer and spotted archery. I knew a few friends who have been doing it for years and had always been intrigued as to how it works for blind or partially sighted archers.

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Tennis Volunteers needed!

Tennis Volunteers need for the 17 Feb - Call Linda on 0775 894136

Linda Almond our amazing award winning  Volunteering co-ordinator needs 15 more volunteers to help at the Metro Tennis Tournament on the 17 Feb 2019,  and here is your chance to join Linda’s great team of volunteers!

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Metro Tennis Christmas Event

Metro's Tennis Christmas Celebration was enjoyed by all!

Last night, Martin, Charlie, Carol and I all went along to the Metro Tennis Christmas Event. It was great to have a chance to chat with the coaches, Costa, Mark and share ideas and the art of the possible.  We caught up with our Tennis players and had a chance to say thanks in person to Linda and her team of our amazing volunteers.

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