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  • 26th November 2014

    UK Women’s Blind Cricket Makes History in Nepal

    “Thank you for teaching us the sky is not the limit …..especially if you are reaching for the stars”, said Theresa Roberts of the UK’s 1st All Female Visually Impaired cricket team on their tour to Nepal. The UK’s 1st All … read more

  • 10th September 2014

    Leading The Way to Nepal with All Female Visually Impaired Cricket Team

    Whilst on holiday in Nepal (in 2010), Beth Evans, Development Officer at The Change Foundation, was so inspired by the work being done by the Nepal Cricket Association with Visually Impaired (VI) female cricket players, that she set about setting … read more

  • 2nd September 2014

    Positive impression made at Inner City World Cup

    A young Afghanistan team triumphed in the 9th ‘Inner City World Cup’ by beating a spirited Sri Lanka at The MCC Academy, Lord’s Cricket Ground on the 29th August. The  event, run by The Change Foundation and sponsored by Investec, brings together … read more

  • 2nd September 2014

    Delight at England Blind Cricket World Cup selection

    The Change Foundation has reasons to be cheerful as Si Ledwith, Development Manager for the charity, was named in the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) 17-man Visually Impaired squad to travel to South Africa for the Blind Cricket World … read more

  • 21st July 2014

    Local MP helps C4C raise the flag to 10yrs in Wallington

    Wallington & Carshalton MP, Tom Brake, recently helped local sports charity, ‘Cricket for Change’ (now part of The Change Foundation), celebrate their 10th Anniversary of being at The Cricket Centre, on Plough Lane in Wallington. The Cricket Centre, once the … read more