Multisport Sessions

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Our monthly multi sports session are for visuallyimpaired children aged 6 to 16 years. The sessions will take place at Woodford Leisure Centre in Hull from 10am  to 12noon on the lastSunday of each month.

Blind and partially sighted people, including children, are twice as likely to be inactive as sighted people.  We want to ensure visually impaired children are given the same opportunities by making sports accessible and inclusive and to improve their life experiences.

Activities will include football, goalball, boccia, tennis and more.  The aim is to allow children to access specialist equipment and to participate in a variety of different sports and to engage in activities in a safe environment where they can have freedom of movement andexpression.

Parents and carers are welcome to come along and spectate however places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

Time:  10am  –  12noon

Venue:  Woodford Leisure Centre, Holderness Road, Hull, HU8 8JU

 Dates:  Sunday 26th February
Sunday 30th April
Sunday 25th June
Sunday 24th September
Sunday  29th October
Sunday 26th November

How much does it cost?

Thanks to a grant from The Ideas Fund delivered by the British Science Association and funded by Wellcome, we are currently able to offer these activities and events FREE of charge.

How do I get a place on an activity?

Places are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis, so if places are fully booked then please do not be disappointed as your name can be put onto our waiting list. If a place becomes available, a member of staff will be in touch. For more details or to book a place, contact Vicky Day on 07990043614 or [email protected].


The Ideas Fund is delivered by the British Science Association and funded by Wellcome.

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