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Shoreham Soundball Tennis. Umpire and two player volunteers needed. Coaching provided. an hour or two, once a month. On a Monday evening
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.
Feeding Tigers out of your hands, just with your fingers. What a glorious experience.
Shoreham Soundball Tennis started on 15th June 2015 with our first coaching session. We are LOOKING for all Tennis Players, old and young It's easy to play "Sound Tennis" if you've been a player no matter your standard. Besides nobody can see your goofs. (We've all got the same problem.) ...
Our eyes were designed for rural and forestry living. We've only had electric or gas lighting for one hundred of the millions of years over which we have developed our eyes. Just one hundred years, less than the blink of an eye, no wonder they are serious risk.
Research supports the theory that high macular pigment levels may reduce your risk of AMD or its progression.Macular pigment can be increased by taking supplements with lutein or zeaxanthi
Cluten Free Lunches in Hove and Brighton If I'm in or around Brighton or Hove I have some great restaurants to choose from and I'm delighted to recommend any of them to you: Donatello's Italian restaurant in the Lanes. When having Pasta just specify gluten ...
AND the good news is tioday's break-through because rather than waiting to try to get Musescore.org on my (Ubuntu) computer I decided to
Hints and tips, strategies for copin with AMD or other Visual Impairmentg, Hold your left thumbnail straight down and use this....
It was only when I started looking at Google maps that I realised just how much of Snowdonia I have tramped across. The Glydyrs, the Carnedds, Tryfan and of course Snowdon. So fifty years on and with my poor eyesight