V I Tennis Cambridge Tournament 2018

Saturday 28th  July and Sunday 29th  July 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  registration   2017 2018 initially […]

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How blind Tennis gives inspiration world wide

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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Blind woman designs blind friendly pushchair with Imperial College’s biomedical Engineers from top London university

How can blind mums safely navigate around with a pushchair? This was the task set by Ramona Williams to a group of Imperial College, London, Biomedical Engineers   Photography kindly supplied by Thomas Angus- Imperial College, London : The prototype will be showcased at the imperial College festival on the 28th – 29th April 2018. […]

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Free ballroom/Latin dances classes for blind/visually impaired people starting in May 2018

Following interest from their Strictly Come Dancing event, held at Stratford London last year, Step Change Studios invites Speed of Sound listeners to their first sight-loss dance programme in London. Step Change Studios are  delighted to announce they  are starting the free, ballroom-Latin dance programme for blind and visually impaired people supported by the national […]

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News Flash!

Coming up on this week’s show we have 2 great guests. Megan Giglia MBE, Para Cycling World Champion, is racing in for a chat about her recent Gold and future plans. And we’re talking to Alissa Ayling, National Sport Manager at the charity Sense, who’ll be telling us how the flagship Sporting Sense project is […]

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