Visual-impaired sport Cambridge

Interested in blind and VI football?

Cambridge United is starting blind and visual impaired football sessions in September on a Saturday morning at Coleridge Community College, Cambridge.

The college is just a short walk from the train station and there are plans to have volunteers to assist with travel to the session.

The first two sessions will be free and then charged at just £3 a session thereafter.

If you or anyone you know would be interested in attending coaching sessions, please contact rebecca.gilbertson@livingsport.co.uk with your name and email address, so you can be contacted when details are confirmed.

VI Running

Runners aged 18-plus with visual impairements can now find a running guide in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough thanks to a new database from England Athletics in partnership with British Blind Sport.

All guide runners on the database are licensed which means they are DBS checked and have attended an England Athletics ‘Sight Loss Awareness and Guide Running’ workshop. Guides can also help young people get into running.

Find the database at www.englandathletics.org/findaguide

VI Cricket

Cambs Cricket runs sessions for people with Visual Impairments.

Please contact Richard Hill – email  richard.hill@cambscricket.org.uk or on 07818 431144.