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The Torch Trophy Trust winds up their affairs with a generous final donation of £7942.05 to support young volunteers in sport.

British Blind Sport is delighted to announce they have received a donation of £7942.05 from the Torch Trophy Trust in support of the BBS project ‘See My Voice’. The See My Voice (SMV) project was developed following feedback from young…

British Blind Sport announce ‘Try VI Sports’ Day in Hereford

British Blind Sport are delighted to bring an event offering a taster of visually impaired (VI) sport, open to anybody in Herefordshire and the surrounding areas. British Blind Sport (BBS) is the national charity supporting blind and partially sighted people…

British Blind Sport, Sport England and UK Coaching’s coaching course wins global award against tough competition from global brands

British Blind Sport has won the Learning Technologies Award – sponsored by Deloitte – at the 2019 Learning Awards, which took place at The Dorchester, London on the 7th February. The organisation overcame stiff competition from fellow finalists Coca-Cola, Filtered,…

The first “A Run/Walk in the Park VI Group” event hailed a huge success

A project to help visually-impaired people enjoy the fun, fresh air and fitness of running events was launched in conjunction with the Colchester Castle Parkrun last week (Feb 2). Gary Perryman, a runner from Great Horkesley, staged the first of…

Metro Blind Sport call for blind and partially sighted people to complete Physical Activity Survey 2019

London charity, Metro Blind Sport, is seeking to understand the levels of sport and physical activity participation of blind and partially sighted people in the UK. In addition, Metro Blind Sport is trying to identify the current barriers to participation and…

British Blind Sport welcomes new report highlighting demand for more inclusive training

New research released by Activity Alliance highlights a demand for greater training in delivering activities to disabled people. The report, commissioned with support from Sport England, indicates a need for more direct, practical guidance on adapting sports. The findings show…