Tag Archives: Metro Blind Sport

VI Rugby 25 April in E15

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
25th April 2020
Cost:
FREE


COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

Fancy a bit of rugby? Then close your eyes and picture this: the smell of freshly cut grass; the roar of the crowd; running full pelt down the field; the touchline almost in reach; your winger just to your right; the heavy footsteps of the opposing defender bearing down on you.

Now, open just one eye slightly, squint tightly, and try your best to catch that ball hurtling towards you while avoiding that other defender coming at you headlong even faster!

That may give you an inkling of an idea as to what teams playing visually impaired rugby face each time they take to the field.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  25 April 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

VI Rugby 11 April in E15

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
11th April 2020
Cost:
FREE


COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

Fancy a bit of rugby? Then close your eyes and picture this: the smell of freshly cut grass; the roar of the crowd; running full pelt down the field; the touchline almost in reach; your winger just to your right; the heavy footsteps of the opposing defender bearing down on you.

Now, open just one eye slightly, squint tightly, and try your best to catch that ball hurtling towards you while avoiding that other defender coming at you headlong even faster!

That may give you an inkling of an idea as to what teams playing visually impaired rugby face each time they take to the field.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  11 April 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

Vision Impaired Rugby 28 March in E15

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
28th March 2020
Cost:
FREE


COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

Fancy a bit of rugby? Then close your eyes and picture this: the smell of freshly cut grass; the roar of the crowd; running full pelt down the field; the touchline almost in reach; your winger just to your right; the heavy footsteps of the opposing defender bearing down on you.

Now, open just one eye slightly, squint tightly, and try your best to catch that ball hurtling towards you while avoiding that other defender coming at you headlong even faster!

That may give you an inkling of an idea as to what teams playing visually impaired rugby face each time they take to the field.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  28 March 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

Vision Impaired Rugby 14 March in E15

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
14th March 2020
Cost:
FREE


COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

Fancy a bit of rugby? Then close your eyes and picture this: the smell of freshly cut grass; the roar of the crowd; running full pelt down the field; the touchline almost in reach; your winger just to your right; the heavy footsteps of the opposing defender bearing down on you.

Now, open just one eye slightly, squint tightly, and try your best to catch that ball hurtling towards you while avoiding that other defender coming at you headlong even faster!

That may give you an inkling of an idea as to what teams playing visually impaired rugby face each time they take to the field.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  Starting 14 March 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

Free Cricket Nets: The Oval 15 Feb

Free Cricket Nets at the Oval  15 Feb 2020 with Metro Blind Sport

Free Cricket Nets at the Oval  15 Feb 

Want to try Blind Cricket, Well now is the time,  there is no better way than learning from our talented cricketers plus why not do it at the Oval cricket Nets, Yes that right, learn at the Oval on 15 Feb, Start off your 2020 right and join in.

Event details below.

Date: 15 February 2020  Time: 1 pm  – 3 pm
Venue: Ken Barrington Cricket Centre, The Kia Oval, Kennington, London SE11 5SS
To register, or for more info, contact Charlie Raven
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org or Phone: 07956292046

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