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Venue announcement for 2016 British Blind Sport Cricket Final

Wormsley To Host BBS Cup Final The 2016 British Blind Sport Primary Club Heindrich Swanepoel Memorial Cup Final will take place at Wormsley the Getty family’s Estate in Buckinghamshire on Saturday 20th August. The tournament, which is the world’s longest running annual disability…

New partnership in South West brings more sport opportunities

British Blind Sport is working closely with Active Devon (the local County Sports Partnership) and WESC Foundation, The specialist Centre for Visual Impairment, to provide enhanced sports and physical activity provision for people with sight loss in Exeter and across Devon. There will…

Launch of Generic resource to help sport leaders

British Blind Sport Expand Education Library. British Blind Sport, the National Disability Sport Organisation committed to enhancing and improving sport and physical activity for people living with sight loss, is pleased to announce the publication of its fifth Educational Resource.…

People’s Postcode Trust helps British Blind Sport takes its First Steps into Scotland

The leading national charity for visually impaired sport in the UK, British Blind Sport, is delighted to announce that it has received over £15,000, thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery. The funding through People’s Postcode Trust will enable British…