"Police engaging with youth projects is key to us all moving forward as a community....We felt honoured to be invited to 'challenge' the youth to a game....what is important is not who wins but instead it is that everyone enjoys themselves, that we all work together as a team and that those attending learn to apply themselves, learn skills, learn to work together as part of a team and most of all have fun!”"
C4C to host a cricket Visually Impaired Awareness Day
Jul 4, 2012
On Tuesday 24th July 2012, there will be a cricket 'Visually Impaired Awareness Day' held at C4C's Cricket Centre on Plough Lane in Wallington.
The day (run in partnership with the Royal London Society for the Blind) will be open to young people (approx. age 11-25) who have a visual impairment and their friends & family. The event will begin at 11am, finishing at 5pm and a lunch will be provided.
There will be an exciting mix of skill sessions and mini-games which everyone will be able to get involved in. This is a fantastic opportunity for young people with a visual impairment to increase awareness of opportunities available to them in cricket.
If you would like to get involved in the day please contact Khush Patel on firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 07965285378.