Our 2017 V I Tennis Cambridge Tournament Report

What was the feedback from our 2017 V I Tennis Cambridge Tournament?  Did we deliver what players wanted? What things can we learn as we approach our 6th Annual tournament in Cambridge ?  And more importantly who kindly supported us?

Copy of V I Tennis Cambridge Tournament 2017.v4 5 -final

 

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An invitation to take part in a visually impaired tennis training session

Thursday 28th June 2018 from 12.30 to 2.30pm Venue: Wisbech Tennis Club, Harecroft Road This two-hour session is free and is aimed at coaches, visually impaired people and anyone who are curious about visually impaired tennis.  Numbers are limited so early booking is advised.           The training will be delivered by […]

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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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