Liberty Festival – 15 July

We’re only a few weeks away until this year’s Liberty Festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park!   Come along on Saturday, 15 July from 1330 to enjoy the best of Deaf and disability arts plus sport.  It’s completely free to attend and all ages are welcome.  For more details, see the attached leaflet.  

Parallel London – 3 September

  Run it, walk it, push it, be pushed. Anything goes! The world’s first fully-accessible inclusive event is back for all ages and abilities; anybody can take part in one of five distances (10km, 5km, 1km, Super Sensory 1km, 100m). Parallel London takes place on Sunday 3rd September at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park For more

Special Olympics London, Tennis Festival

Come to the Special Olympics London, Tennis Festival! The Queens Club is welcoming YOU to their famous courts. This inclusive event is for people aged 8 years and over who want to enjoy fun tennis activities and games. Don’t worry if you have never played before, you can start here! Like the Wimbledon winner, wear

New Inclusive latin and ballroom dance class

Step Change studios is committed to making Latin and Ballroom dance accessible for everyone. It offers fun, engaging classes for both disabled and non disabled people with all ages and abilities welcome.   It has new classes taking place every Saturday until 15 July from 1530 – 1630 at the Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith

Take part in the Great Newham Run

Do you want to take part in the Great Newham Run on 2 July? Wheelpower has charity spaces available! The Simplyhealth Great Newham London Run will take runners through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Starting a stone’s throw from the iconic ArcelorMittal Orbit, the 10k course makes its way past the London Aquatics Centre before looping

Festival of Athletics for Vision Impaired People

Metro Blind Sport are excited to announce that their Annual Athletics competition will be held on 17th June 2017 – 10.00am to 5.00pm at Mile End Stadium.  This will incorporate a Festival of Athletics for vision impaired people, their families and friends. The Festival of Athletics will again offer those new to the sport a

Tennis Camp for Vision Impaired People

Come and play tennis at a monthly tennis training camp for vision impaired people. from East London Vision. Receive specialist coaching led by a Tennis Foundation coach and take part in some informal match play.   These monthly camps are open to players of all abilities from beginners to advanced. The monthly tennis training camps take place

LimbPower Junior Games

You can now book your child’s place at the LimbPower Junior Games taking place in Stoke Mandeville on September 30th. This event is a stepping stone to further activity and local participation. At the event your child will get to try a number of sports delivered by coaches who work for National Governing Bodies of Sport