Adur Disrtrict Council Disability and Access group – my notes

Topics: Next time:

– Nick’s role as Advisor, and really the purpose of the group and it’s terms off reference

– New members to be invited specifically the Police

– Pedestrian safety at island at entrance to ‘NEXT’ car park.

– Refuges at road junctions along Old Shoreham road 9, 12, 17, 21 paces wide, […]

2016 on the allotment

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My “Please Help” Card, It’s wonderful

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I no longer have to say anything about my situation, I show the card and ask my query as if I was completely normal.

Absolutely Adult to Adult – “I’m OK, you’re OK.”

I must give you my example from yesterday. I […]

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Umpire for an hour or two once a month, trial basis, coaching provided

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Join us at Shoreham Soundball Tennis. Tennis for Visually Impaired people. Visually Impaired (VI) people of all ages, abilities and circumstances are made very welcome. We provide the opportunity to to learn and to play Soundball Tennis. We provide both the equipment and the training. […]

Tasty Bites for Tigers, with your fingers!

Feeding Tigers out of your hands, just with your fingers. What a glorious experience. […]

Shoreham Soundball Tennis started

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