Chance to be a good sport

A FUN-filled day designed to help children and adults with disabilities to find a new sport to take up and love is the aim of this year s Disability Sports Festival. The event, on Saturday, April 21 between 11am and 2.30pm at Witchford Village College Spo

A FUN-filled day designed to help children and adults with disabilities to find a new sport to take up and love is the aim of this year's Disability Sports Festival.

The event, on Saturday, April 21 between 11am and 2.30pm at Witchford Village College Sports Centre, will allow anyone with disabilities to try out a variety of sports and activities for free under the guidance of professional coaches.

Activities on offer include archery, badminton, basketball, a climbing wall, cricket, a fitness suite, football, giant games, new age kurling, rugby and zone hockey.

Annette Fontaine, Sports Development outreach worker at East Cambridgeshire District Council, said: "Sport is one of the best things to do to get fit and give you a passion for life, no matter how able-bodied you are.


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"With the Disability Sports Festival, we are looking to give people the chance to find a sport or activity they can learn and enjoy."

She said there would be qualified coaches available from a range of local clubs.

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Light drinks and snack will be available throughout the day.

INFO: If you would like any further information on this session, contact Annette Fontaine, Sports Development Outreach Worker, East Cambs District Council on 01353 665555.

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