Two young boys playing VI football

British Blind Sport and Sight Support West of England to host Have a Go Day in Bristol.

British Blind Sport is partnering with Sight Support West of England to deliver an inclusive Have a Go Day event in Bristol. The free event will be held on Saturday 25 September from 10am-4pm at St Pauls Community Sports Academy,…
A BBS Coach is teaching young children to play VI boccia.

British Blind Sport collaborates with Boccia England to create an exciting new coaching resource.

British Blind Sport has worked with Boccia England to develop an inclusive resource that will help to support more blind and partially sighted players to participate in boccia. The new resource teaches coaches how to include blind and partially sighted people…
A young boy playing VI cricket.

British Blind Sport announce new date for Have a Go Day in association with “Move More Celebrates Inclusive Sports”

British Blind Sport is pleased to be partnering with Move More to deliver an inclusive sports event at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. The event was originally planned for spring 2020 but was postponed due to covid-19. The…
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British Blind Sport Celebrates Lancashire Lions 10th Anniversary with VI Sport Taster Afternoon!

British Blind Sport is delighted to be hosting a VI Sport Taster Afternoon as part of the Lancashire Lions 10th Anniversary Celebration event. The afternoon is free to attend and will take place on Saturday 28th August 2021, from 1pm…
A football session at a previous BBS HAGD

British Blind Sport Launches Multi-Sport ‘Have a Go Day’ in Hull!

Registration for British Blind Sport’s Hull ‘Have a Go Day’ is now open. British Blind Sport is collaborating with Sight Support Hull & East Yorkshire to provide an inclusive multi-sports event for individuals and families living with sight loss. The FREE event…
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British Blind Sport ‘scales up’ their successful See My Voice programme!

Following the success of the three year See My Voice programme that British Blind Sport developed to support blind and partially sighted young people achieve leadership skills through volunteering, we are delighted to announce that we have been selected by…

British Blind Sport Takes Collective Approach to Covid-19

The British Blind Sport (BBS) 2020 Impact Report examines how the ongoing pandemic has affected service users’ levels of physical activity and engagement with the charity. The report also includes an overview of BBS’s projects, partnership initiatives and how the…
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Sport England funds development of participation in sport amongst people with sight loss

The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) in partnership with British Blind Sport have received £1m in funding from Sport England for three years to develop participation in sport amongst people with sight loss. Despite Covid-19 having a devastating…