Vision4Growth is a user lead registered charity aimed at creating opportunities for people with sight loss.

We work in the community to create a wider range of services for blind and partially sighted people and help create awareness of the issues faced by blind and partially sighted people.

We encourage and support personal and professional development for blind and partially sighted people and are as well a lead partner in the delivery of visually impaired tennis in the U.K.

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V I Tennis Cambridge Tournament report 2018 published

Date: 09/10/18

Read our comprehensive report on our fifth annual visually impaired tennis tournament   VI Tennis Cambridge Tournament 2018   Our next tournament is Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th April 2019   If you would like to support us please contact Fiona fionam@vision4growth.org.uk  

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V I Tennis Cambridge Tournament 2018

Date: 22/08/18

Saturday 28th ┬áJuly and Sunday 29th ┬áJuly 2018 Partners Chiquitos, Hills Road, Cambridge Hills Road Sports and Tennis Centre Hills Road Sixth Form College Ink Hive Printers, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire Sainsbury’s Hills Road, Cambridge Subway Sandwiches, Hills Road, CB1 Tennis 4 Cambridgeshire Tennis Foundation Tesco Hills Rt, H   Players ┬áregistration   2017 2018 initially […]

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Announcement of new support for blind tennis tournament in Cambridge

Date: 25/07/18

This years tournament is pleased to announce additional support from Tesco, Hills Road; Co-Op , Cambridge; Sainsbury’s, Hills Road; TouchWise Massage     On Saturday our visually impaired tennis players will be able to access a qualified masseur. free of charge (Keith Turner Fully Qualified Massage Therapist in: Advanced Clinical Massage. Sports Massage. Swedish Massage. […]

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