Visually Impaired Cricket

Visually Impaired Cricket2018-11-13T14:15:38+00:00

Project Description

Activity

Visually Impaired Cricket Sessions

Area

Ashton, Bristol

Offer

Fun, enjoyable and engaging cricket sessions for beginners through to experienced VI cricketers

Dates/Time

Thursdays, 7-8pm through the winter

Sport club/provider

Gloucestershire Cricket Board, supported by Lords Taverners

What’s happening?

The Gloucestershire Cricket Board, supported by Lords Taverners, are starting a new programme to encourage more VI and Blind people to partake in cricket. The sessions are aimed at all levels of the game from the ‘never-played’ to ‘play-regularly’, with experienced coaches on hand to support and assist all attendees.

Venue

Ashton Park Sports Centre, Ashton Park School, Blackmoor’s Lane, Bower Ashton, Bristol, BS3 2JL

Who is the activity open to? (male/ female/ mixed)

Mixed of all ages

Is your activity/event for (beginners, mums, etc.)

All levels of experience

Is booking required?

No – can contact Andy Wheeler beforehand to ask any questions

Equipment or specific clothing needed

Tracksuit and trainers ideal but not essential

Skill level required

Open minded to trying new activities and ‘giving it a go’

Activity costs after the initial offer

None

More Details & Contact

Andy Wheeler

Super1s Disability Development Officer

Gloucestershire Cricket Board

07432 728926

andy.wheeler@glosccc.co.uk