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Yoga in Bromley 5 July!

Yoga on fridays with London Vision
Venue:
ST Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0EG.
Time:
12.30 pm - 1.30 pm
Phone:
0203 815 3660
Date:
05th July 2019
Cost:
Free


Free Yoga Classes with London Vision

Calling all yogis! I’m delighted to tell you our yoga classes in Bromley will soon be starting again.

London Vision has booked another 6 free classes for you. Unwind ready for the weekend while strengthening your muscles at these gentle exercise classes. We’ve got a new instructor this time and she is really looking forward to meeting you and working with a visually impaired group.

The venue is accessible and located in central Bromley at ST Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0EG.

Please get in touch if you would like us to meet you from Bromley South train station or nearby Market Square bus stops.

All sessions on Fridays  Time: 12.30 to 1.30pm.

Dates:   5, 12, 19 July,  and  9 August.

You don’t need to attend all the classes but please do book on those that you can.

If you can make it to 4 or more classes then we will give you your own yoga mat to bring each time too!

To book your place please call 0203 815 3660 or email info@londonvision.org.

 

Yoga in Bromley 28 June!

Yoga on fridays with London Vision
Venue:
ST Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0EG.
Time:
12.30 pm - 1.30 pm
Phone:
0203 815 3660
Date:
28th June 2019
Cost:
Free


Free Yoga Classes with London Vision

Calling all yogis! I’m delighted to tell you our yoga classes in Bromley will soon be starting again.

London Vision has booked another 6 free classes for you. Unwind ready for the weekend while strengthening your muscles at these gentle exercise classes. We’ve got a new instructor this time and she is really looking forward to meeting you and working with a visually impaired group.

The venue is accessible and located in central Bromley at ST Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0EG.

Please get in touch if you would like us to meet you from Bromley South train station or nearby Market Square bus stops.

All sessions on Fridays  Time: 12.30 to 1.30pm.

Dates:   28 June   5, 12, 19 July,  and  9 August.

You don’t need to attend all the classes but please do book on those that you can.

If you can make it to 4 or more classes then we will give you your own yoga mat to bring each time too!

To book your place please call 0203 815 3660 or email info@londonvision.org.

 

Yoga in Bromley 21 June!

Yoga on fridays with London Vision
Venue:
ST Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0EG.
Time:
12.30 pm - 1.30 pm
Phone:
0203 815 3660
Date:
21st June 2019
Cost:
Free


Free Yoga Classes with London Vision starting  21 June

Calling all yogis! I’m delighted to tell you our yoga classes in Bromley will soon be starting again.

London Vision has booked another 6 free classes for you. Unwind ready for the weekend while strengthening your muscles at these gentle exercise classes. We’ve got a new instructor this time and she is really looking forward to meeting you and working with a visually impaired group.

The venue is accessible and located in central Bromley at ST Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0EG.

Please get in touch if you would like us to meet you from Bromley South train station or nearby Market Square bus stops.

All sessions on Fridays  Time: 12.30 to 1.30pm.

Dates:  21,  28 June   5, 12, 19 July,  and  9 August.

You don’t need to attend all the classes but please do book on those that you can.

If you can make it to 4 or more classes then we will give you your own yoga mat to bring each time too!

To book your place please call 0203 815 3660 or email info@londonvision.org.

 

BBS: Try a VI Sports Day!

Try VI Sports Day with British Blind Sports

Come along to the British Blind Sport Try VI Sports Day!

British Blind Sport are delighted to bring an event offering a taster of visually impaired (VI) sport, open to both visually impaired and fully sighted individuals.

Date: Wednesday 17th April  Time: 11 am to 4 pm
Venue:  Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford
Contact: Lijana Kaziow Young Leaders Officer on 01926 424247 or email lijana@britishblindsport.org.uk.

Try cricket, football, goalball, guide running, tennis and more! 

This FREE event, delivered in partnership with the Royal National College for the Blind will be a fun-filled day of activity enabling VI children and adults to have a go at a wide range of sports and activities. In addition to this sports coaches, officials and professionals will have the opportunity to explore VI sport through the experience of a young person with sight loss, increasing their understanding and raising the profile of VI sport.

British Blind Sport are delighted to bring an event offering a taster of visually impaired (VI) sport, open to both visually impaired and fully sighted individuals. British Blind Sport (BBS) is the national charity supporting blind and partially sighted people to get active and play sport. The Try VI Sports Day, delivered by BBS See My Voice Young Leaders, aims to help more VI people to find their next sporting adventure in Herefordshire and the surrounding areas as well as raising the profile and understanding of VI sport among sports coaches, officials and professionals.

The charity is pleased to work in partnership with the Royal National College for the Blind to deliver a fun-filled day of activity that enables children and adults to have a go at a wide range of sports. This event is kindly funded by Sport England and the #iwill Fund, which is made possible thanks to joint funding from the government and the National Lottery Community Fund. There will be an opportunity to try cricket, football, goalball, guide running and tennis with more sports to be confirmed very soon. Following the event, BBS will support those that attended to identify what local clubs and sporting facilities are available to them to encourage all attendees to continue to play sport regularly.

The Hereford Try VI Sports Day is free to attend will take place on Wednesday 17th April 2019, 11 am to 4 pm at the Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford, HR1 1DT.

British Blind Sport is welcoming anyone living with a visual impairment to attend as well as extending the invitation to any sports coaches, officials and professionals or anyone interested to learn more about VI sport and get a taster for themselves. Sighted participants will be able to explore VI sport through the experience of a young person with sight loss to help gain a greater understanding of what reasonable adaptations can be made to help make sport and physical activity more accessible.

Registration is required prior to the event and is available by completing a short online registration forms below:

If you are visually impaired and would like to attend this event, please complete this online form.

For further details, contact Lijana Kaziow Young Leaders Officer on 01926 424247 or email lijana@britishblindsport.org.uk.

Calling VI participants…

A fun-filled day for blind and partially sighted children and adults to come and have fun, meet new people and try a range of VI sports as well as supporting more VI people to find their next sporting adventure in Herefordshire and the surrounding areas.

Download the PDF poster here.
Download the accessible Word document poster here.

Are you a sports professional, coach, and official

Are you a sports professional, coach, and official or have ever imagined what it is like to play visually impaired sport?

Do you want to learn how to make sport sessions more accessible for people with sight loss?

Develop a greater appreciation for blind and partially sighted athletes by delving into the world of VI sport at the British Blind Sport Try VI Sports Day.

If you are a fully sighted and would like to improve your knowledge of, and explore VI sport through the experience of a young person with sight loss, please complete this online form.

Download the PDF poster here.
Download the accessible Word document poster here.

More updates form British Blind Sport can be found at https://britishblindsport.org.uk/news/.

 

 

 

BBS: Try a VI Sports Day!

Try VI Sports Day with British Blind Sports
Venue:
Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford
Time:
11.00 am - 4.00 pm
Phone:
01926 424247
Date:
17th April 2019
Cost:
Free


Come along to the British Blind Sport Try VI Sports Day!

British Blind Sport are delighted to bring an event offering a taster of visually impaired (VI) sport, open to both visually impaired and fully sighted individuals.

Date: Wednesday 17th April  Time: 11 am to 4 pm
Venue:  Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford
Contact: Lijana Kaziow Young Leaders Officer on 01926 424247 or email lijana@britishblindsport.org.uk.

Try cricket, football, goalball, guide running, tennis and more! 

This FREE event, delivered in partnership with the Royal National College for the Blind will be a fun-filled day of activity enabling VI children and adults to have a go at a wide range of sports and activities. In addition to this sports coaches, officials and professionals will have the opportunity to explore VI sport through the experience of a young person with sight loss, increasing their understanding and raising the profile of VI sport.

British Blind Sport are delighted to bring an event offering a taster of visually impaired (VI) sport, open to both visually impaired and fully sighted individuals. British Blind Sport (BBS) is the national charity supporting blind and partially sighted people to get active and play sport. The Try VI Sports Day, delivered by BBS See My Voice Young Leaders, aims to help more VI people to find their next sporting adventure in Herefordshire and the surrounding areas as well as raising the profile and understanding of VI sport among sports coaches, officials and professionals.

The charity is pleased to work in partnership with the Royal National College for the Blind to deliver a fun-filled day of activity that enables children and adults to have a go at a wide range of sports. This event is kindly funded by Sport England and the #iwill Fund, which is made possible thanks to joint funding from the government and the National Lottery Community Fund. There will be an opportunity to try cricket, football, goalball, guide running and tennis with more sports to be confirmed very soon. Following the event, BBS will support those that attended to identify what local clubs and sporting facilities are available to them to encourage all attendees to continue to play sport regularly.

The Hereford Try VI Sports Day is free to attend will take place on Wednesday 17th April 2019, 11 am to 4 pm at the Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford, HR1 1DT.

British Blind Sport is welcoming anyone living with a visual impairment to attend as well as extending the invitation to any sports coaches, officials and professionals or anyone interested to learn more about VI sport and get a taster for themselves. Sighted participants will be able to explore VI sport through the experience of a young person with sight loss to help gain a greater understanding of what reasonable adaptations can be made to help make sport and physical activity more accessible.

Registration is required prior to the event and is available by completing a short online registration forms below:

If you are visually impaired and would like to attend this event, please complete this online form.

For further details, contact Lijana Kaziow Young Leaders Officer on 01926 424247 or email lijana@britishblindsport.org.uk.

Calling VI participants…

A fun-filled day for blind and partially sighted children and adults to come and have fun, meet new people and try a range of VI sports as well as supporting more VI people to find their next sporting adventure in Herefordshire and the surrounding areas.

Download the PDF poster here.
Download the accessible Word document poster here.

Are you a sports professional, coach, and official

Are you a sports professional, coach, and official or have ever imagined what it is like to play visually impaired sport?

Do you want to learn how to make sport sessions more accessible for people with sight loss?

Develop a greater appreciation for blind and partially sighted athletes by delving into the world of VI sport at the British Blind Sport Try VI Sports Day.

If you are a fully sighted and would like to improve your knowledge of, and explore VI sport through the experience of a young person with sight loss, please complete this online form.

Download the PDF poster here.
Download the accessible Word document poster here.

More updates form British Blind Sport can be found at https://britishblindsport.org.uk/news/.