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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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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Secound year of support at Inclusive Tennis Festival – Cambridge with Power 2 Inspire

Date: 19/07/18

As Wimbledon closes tennis is being enjoyed by everybody across the UK regardless of abilities or adaptions needed. V I Tennis is the fastest growing form of disability tennis so here is your chance to give it a try with a blindfold or if you are vi try it out for yourself. Vision 4 Growth […]

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How blind Tennis gives inspiration world wide

Date: 12/07/18

Ahead of our Tournament at the end of July hear how blind tennis has helped one of our players overcome her struggles with her abilities as a player and how her perseverance lead her to achieve the top medal in one of our previous tournaments. This Podcast is supplied by kind permission from The Torch […]

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We are delighted that BBS classifieds will be joining us on Thursday at the Advisory Committee. If u have any questions please contact me or your regional rep ... See MoreSee Less

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