VI Rugby East London 21 Jan

Introducing - Visually Impaired Rugby in East London - Starts 26 Nov!
Venue:
71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
5.30 pm - 7.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
21st January 2020
Cost:
FREE


Vision Impaired Rugby in East London.

We are very pleased to announce that we have been working in partnership with East London Community Sports Association and The Change Foundation to provide an exciting new sport, Visually Impaired rugby.

For those who may not have heard of VI rugby or would like to know more you can do so by following these two links here:

The sessions will be led and coordinated by two experienced rugby coaches who will offer supportive guidance and coaching to those who take part.

The sessions will also take place on an all-weather pitch outdoors. These sessions will reflect the current sessions which exist in West London, Teddington and organised by The Change Foundation.  The first session starts in November and will then continue to run every month in East London.

And to celebrate the beginning of the VI rugby sessions, East London Community Sports Association will kindly be providing post-session food and drinks which we are sure will make everyone feel welcome.

Event Details
Date:  Tues 21 Jan 2020  Times: 5:30 pm – 7 pm  (Monthly)
Location: 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Cost: FREE
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org or call on 07956 292 046

For the first session we will require a pre-completed register, please contact Charlie Raven by phone or email to confirm your attendance and he will register you to take part.

Meet and Greet available at West Ham station, 30 minutes before the session starts. The following lines run at West Ham Station – District, Hammersmith and City, Jubilee and DLR.

To sign up to the FREE monthly sessions, please email charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org or call on 07956 292 046 to indicate your availability for session a week in advance. It is important to notify us beforehand to help us effectively plan for the session delivery.

 

 

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