Do you know anyone who is visually impaired and wants to try out the Paralympic Sport of Judo? British Judo (www.britishjudo.org.uk) is hosting a fantastic event on 24 March at The Copper Box Arena (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park), where the search will be on for athletes who will be aiming for the 2020 Paralympics in
Are you involved in sports on a professional or voluntary basis? Do you have an interest in supporting disabled people to take part in sports and physical activity? Then take a look at a range of FREE courses taking place from 18-24 March as part of Motivate East’s Inclusive Coaching Week. Why not head over to
On Saturday, 30th January, the Lee Valley Tennis and Hockey Centre hosted its first tennis camp for vision impaired players based in London. This is now a monthly event with the next one happening on Saturday 28 February! On the day, keen tennis players from around the capital came together to enhance their skills at
What are your plans for next Tuesday, 17 February? Why not come along to “Get up Offa That Thing!”, a free dance party suitable for the whole family, taking place at the Copper Box Arena! This is an open event suitable for a range of ages and abilities, with activities being delivered by East London
There’s an Inclusive Sports Camp taking place at Sport House, Dagenham from 16-20 February. The camp is suitable for young people with a disability aged 8-19, and details can be found on the enclosed leaflet.
Tizzy Bowman has been awarded the prestigious Voluntary Sports Commitment Award by Canary Wharf Group. Trophy winner Tizzy has a year round commitment to WheelPower’s Time to Shine project enabling hundreds of disabled children from East London to take part in inclusive sport. Juggling her full time employment and looking after her grandchildren with her
Have you planned your half term yet? If you come down to the Timber Lodge (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park) on 16, 18 or 20 Feb, you can sample a range of Paralympic sports – for free! Details are on the leaflet, hope to see you there!