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How Sports Can Aid Disabled People – Sam Joyce

Basketball, shooting, tennis, pretty much everything here…. there’s a load. I’ve tried out the rugby this time and managed to have a go on the handcycling, that’s been fun. It’s trying all the sports again that I tried last time.

How Sports Can Aid Disabled People – Nakita Wright

I really liked racing, shooting, I liked rugby and basketball. I like the wrestling off it, but you have to race to get it and it’s fun but it really wears you out, but you have to get the ball and it’s like a team sport, you have to cooperate with your team.

How Sports Can Aid Disabled People – Jessica Green

“It’s been incredible fun, it’s an experience that you can’t get anywhere else. Especially the breadth of sports she’s been able to try, she had never tried handcycling before until we came here two years ago, and she got the bug so quickly that within six weeks we’d bought her own handcycle.

Why Neglect Matters – Free LSCB Conference In Kingston

Course Name: Why Neglect Matters Course Description: A half day free LSCB conference for multi agency professionals Date & Time: 13th November 2018: 9.30am-1.00pm Venue: Richard Mayo Centre, Kingston-upon-Thames Course Run By: Kingston & Richmond Local Safeguarding...

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