Due to current circumstances, all sporting activities are currently suspended until further notice.
However, if you would like to find out more about accessible activities you can access during this period, British Blind Sports have created a library of resources for a wide range of activities at home such as Yoga, Pilates, Cardio, Bootcamp and Strength among many others. Click on the link below.
Never too late to try
A severe visual impairment should not be a barrier to taking part or enjoying many sports. Whether it is just to keep fit and healthy, or if you want to compete, there are so many new things to try.
Taking part in sporting activities is not just good for getting active and keeping fit, sport is also a great way to socialise, make friends, build confidence and independence too.
There are many sports that are open to blind and partially sighted people from archery, cricket, running, sailing, tandem cycling, tennis…. the list could go on and on!
"I had never thought about playing tennis as a visually impaired person but I had always followed tennis on television and the radio. So when the opportunity came up to play visually impaired tennis I jumped at the chance.
For me playing VI tennis is a really good way not only to keep fit and healthy, but you are also using your brain when playing thinking about the next shot, so it is good for keeping your brain active too."
We are here to help by…
- Putting you in touch with a range of local visually impaired friendly sporting clubs
- Hosting regular introductory taster sporting events where you can have a go at different sports
Find out more
To find out more about any of the up-coming sporting taster events or to find a visually-impaired friendly sporting club near you then contact Marc Gulwell our Activities and Development Officer on [email protected], or call 0117 322 4885.