A new Boccia and Athletics session has now started for participants at OK4U Christchurch Community Centre on Fridays 1-2pm. This is coached by Richard Overton who is enjoying a unique session where the participants can sample a variety of activities. The bocci a aspect of the session will help contribute players to the ever growing Saturday morning session, where they can develop their skills further.
An inclusive tennis session for a wide range of physical and learning disabilities has also been set up on Wednesdays 1-2pm at Delta Tennis Centre, with one court available for those who are there to enjoy the sport of tennis at an entry level and a court available for the potential future Special Olympics athletes who have shown prowess when it comes to holding a rally!
The Special Olympics project is off to a very exciting start in 2015, we have restarted a learning disability football team again here in Swindon, with numbers as high as 17 adults attending. The guys that are currently attending are enjoying the social side of playing together and looking forward to competing this year.
Special Olympics News – Football at Futsal sessions are on Mondays at Futsal 1:30 until 2:30pm