Mothers Day and a goalball Matchday this weekend? G’won then!
Great to see London Elephants player Joe Scott smashing his 5k last Saturday!
5k completed 51mins on tredmill @GoalballUK @LondonGoalball pic.twitter.com/S9s5Q3gPs9— Joe scott (@Joescott1989) March 19, 2022
Make your voice heard by completing the survey to ensure sport and physical activity is inclusive!
Do you help run any organised sport or physical activity? Do disabled people take part? If so, please complete our survey about making experiences inclusive. https://t.co/nizlEzTY5F pic.twitter.com/QBAVvDphzK— Activity Alliance (@AllForActivity) March 24, 2022
Great to see Keira and Kirsty Mills representing the #GoalballFamily at Medina I.O.W parkrun!
@medinaparkrun for our #5kday run #GoalballFamily #goalball @GoalballUK pic.twitter.com/ZMRlZef1Lv— Kirsty (@Kirsty3) March 19, 2022
A very insightful video to raise awareness of people with dual sensory impairment!
There are many misconceptions around dual sensory impairment.@GMazin73 talks about how Usher syndrome affects his sight & hearing, and explains what a red & white cane means.— RNIB (@RNIB) March 25, 2022
📽️: Gary, who has glasses and short hair with a trimmed beard, talks to camera about his experiences. pic.twitter.com/QyxD3SbXWt
A very scenic picture of Catrin and Gwennan Young with their furry companion as they complete their 5k walk.
A lovely walk around sunny Roath Park to support @GoalballUK #5kDay and the fantastic #GoalballFamily. pic.twitter.com/b5QoSB4RWI— Gwennan Young (@nannewg) March 19, 2022
Some handy revision tips for anyone preparing for their exams!
What a stressful period #exam season and #assessment weeks can be?!— Thomas Pocklington Trust (@TPTgeneral) March 25, 2022
We asked other blind and partially sighted students to share their #tips that will help your visually impaired child prepare for their exam time
Read below and share yours in the commentshttps://t.co/EBpe93mTSM