Out-reach work


Since 2013 we have worked with various partners including British Blind Sport, Tennis Foundation, Herts Sports Partnership, Cambridge City Council and Herts Sports Partnership. These projects have been aimed at both adults and children.

Inclusive PE event

Living Sport and Sandra King from Inclusive Sport, invited Vision 4 Growth to deliver a VI tennis session at Ivan Hoe School, Peterborough on Wednesday 23 November 2015.


It was a chance for PE teachers, parents and students to find out more about visually sport. Included in this event were Cambridge Dons (add link to Facebook page), Cambridge Cricket (add link to ws) and Blind Football (add roy email). British Blind Sport and Cambridge Sensory Services were also part of the event.

Project Ability

In conjunction with HD Herts Sports Partnership and Gosling Tennis Centre we ran a visually impaired tennis session for children in Stevenage.


A project lead by Broxbourne Council, this encourages children and young people to explore local activities. These are images from 2016.

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Cambridge Disability Day

On a Saturday morning, a young persons disability group is offered within Cambridge. Over 20 youngsters took part in this event.

Support 4 Sight

In partnership with Support4Sight and British Blind Sport, Vision 4 Growth delivered a number of sessions at their Chelmsford based event.

Move week – The Dancing Gardner

Encouraging local residents to engage in various activities this project combined gardening and dancing.

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Youth Week with Broxbourne Council

Working in partnership with Tottenham Hotspur Foundation blind footballs and VI tennis was delivered to a number of youngsters.

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To contact our team email fionam@vision4growth.org.uk

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