Every Sunday from 31 May until 2 August there are free swimming lessons for people aged 14+ with a learning disability. The sessions take place at Cally Pool, 229 Caledonian Road, and last from 1530-1630 For more information see the attached leaflet or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Paralympic Champions David Weir and Ollie Hynd have called on the British public to back their athletes when world class competition in Athletics and Swimming returns to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of National Paralympic Day on Sunday July 26! National Paralympic Day, funded by Spirit of 2012, is a day of fantastic sporting
We’ve got another of our very popular Paralympic Sports taster sessions coming up on the Thursday (28 May) and Friday (29 May) of the Half Term. The event is happening at the Timber Lodge (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park), from 10-3 each day. Just turn up on the day, all abilities and ages welcome!
Vision Impaired bowls is coming to East London on 11 June! East London Vision (ELVis), in conjunction with Metro Blind Sport, Walthamstow Borough Bowling Club and Motivate East would like to invite you to their first Vision Impaired bowls taster session! This event is open to anyone living with sight loss, in East London. The
To celebrate a brand new orchard at Mandeville Place, on 27 May, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be filled with the sounds of a wassail party, a traditional orchard opening ceremony! Turn up between 12noon and 4pm, and make as much noise as possible to bring luck and fruitfulness to the new orchard as it
This year’s BT Wheelchair Rugby National Championships provides a perfect opportunity to bring friends and family to the heart of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This FREE event invites local people, visitors and the rugby family to enjoy exciting activities at this fantastic legacy venue. Come along to the Copper Box Arena, to try out the
Bikeworks first all ability cycling club takes place at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from 11-1 on Tuesday 5 May, and then every week. Everyone can take part who wants to have a go. The activity is particularly suited to anyone with a physical or intellectual disability or anyone who has health issues (physical or mental) who would