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Festival of VI Sport

On 11th July, British Blind Sport is hosting a Festival of VI Sport to celebrate its 40th Anniversary. The Festival of VI Sport will be a free, fun, friendly multi-sport and activity day for the entire family to enjoy. It will showcase many different sports and give opportunities for anyone who is blind or partially sighted, of any age, to try a new a sport or activity! The event has been graciously supported …Read More

Huntingdonshire Outdoor Sports Festival

Huntingdonshire Disability Sports Forum organise Sports Festivals for people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities from all areas of Cambridgeshire and beyond. On Sunday 5th July at One Leisure St.Ives Outdoor the festival will be in full swing. The day will be very exciting and full of sporting activities including squash, archery, football, golf, Zumba, volleyball and much more each participant will have the chance to try out 4 sports …Read More

National Athletics Championship

Mencap Sport will host the National Athletics Championship and the festival of athletics at the Woodside Stadium in Watford. Track events will range from 100m to 5000m including hurdles. The field events consist of high, long and triple jump as well as hammer, discus, shot put and javelin. If you have not reached a qualifying time you can enter the athletics festival instead of the national championship and still win a …Read More


Eastern Blue Stars, the only women’s wheelchair basketball club in East Anglia, is organising its third annual open court tournament, to be held on Saturday 20th June 2015 at Cambridge University Sports Centre. This exciting event gives local people and organisations the opportunity to experience wheelchair basketball in a fun, family-friendly environment while raising much needed funds for the club at the same time. Local people and organisations are invited …Read More

Primary Sports Camps

Who? Primary Sports Camps are open to children with physical or mild sensory impairments between the ages of 6 to 11. We also welcome entry forms from young people who would not traditionally fit within ‘disability sport classification’ such as dyspraxia, epilepsy or form of internal organ dysfunction or absence. Where? Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Guttmann Road, Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire, HP21 9PP Interested? If you are interested in attending the event …Read More


Hunts District Council have arranged some extra PEDALs sessions for the May half term. Sessions normally run PEDALs sessions on a Monday at 2.00pm – 3.00pm but there are some extra sessions over the half term that we are trying to spread the word! PEDAL’s is a cycling scheme which provide sessions using specially adapted bikes for a range of disabilities. Sessions are at the following date/time: Friday 29.05.15, 2pm …Read More