Interim research raises concern around motor development in young people with vision impairment

Two adults are helping a VI child to walk on a balancing beam

Interim research raises concern around motor development in young people with vision impairment

Interim research raises concern around motor development in young people with vision impairment linked to participation in sports and physical activity Physical activity was found to be a significant predictor of wellbeing yet more than 90% of vision impaired children…

Celebrating the impact of Sport England’s Tackling Inequalities Fund

British Blind Sport (BBS) is joining partner organisations to celebrate the impact of Sport England’s Tackling Inequalities Fund (TIF). The fund was launched in April 2020 in response to Covid-19, providing £20m of National Lottery funding from Sport England to…
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Blind and partially sighted events at the Tokyo Paralympic Games

After an incredible two weeks of Olympic sport, the Paralympics are here and are guaranteed to be action-packed and just as exciting! This will be Japan’s second time hosting the Games, 57 years after Tokyo 1964. Thousands of Paralympic athletes…
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…