This disability awareness campaign is now in its fourth year with over 80 professional clubs taking part last year. The campaign is organised by NADS and runs over a 2 week period each season providing a platform for clubs to showcase their disability works in the community, and to promote their disabled supporters facilities and services.
Over the next year British Triathlon will be re-branding all areas relating to ‘Disabled Triathlon’, to Paratriathlon. The move is to bring the Federation and Home Nations into line with the International Triathlon Union, following the ITU Board of Directors' commitment to win programme status for Paratriathlon as a Paralympic sport.
Are you the parent or teacher of a 6-12 year old, who you think has some sporting talent? If so, have you heard about our Mini Games event, which gets children to take part in a fun-packed weekend of sport?
On 22 March at 9pm, the Community Channel will be showing a new programme about accessible ice skating – Lets Go Dancing on Ice - following Whizz-Kidz ambassador Fatima and two other children, as they meet some of the stars from ITV’s show ‘Dancing on Ice’.
Tomorrow (Thursday) marks one year to go until the Opening Ceremony for the Winter Paralympic Games in Vancouver on 12 March, 2010, and preparations at ParalympicsGB are proceeding apace in order to ensure the best possible team is sent to represent Great Britain.
The revised (2nd edition) UK Road Atlas for Blue Badge Drivers is a unique spiral bound, handy sized, 256 paged customised atlas for Blue Badge holders driving in the United Kingdom.The atlas has been sponsored by the Highways Agency and Direct Gov and is designed to be the official journey planning tool for the Blue Badge Community.