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Ten Pin Bowling

Cam Sight runs two group sessions for all ages and abilities.
Cambridge Leisure Park, Clifton Way, CB1 7DY
1st and 3rd week of each month.
Tuesday, 7pm. Thursday, 12.30pm.
Contact Joy Hallifax 01223 420033 or [email protected]



Two local swimming pools offer quieter swimming sessions for people with additional needs or limited mobility.
Chesterton Sports Centre, Cambridge, CB1 4LY
Wednesday, 2.45pm – 3.30pm. Contact Joy Hallifax 01223 420033 or [email protected]

Parkside Pool, Gonville Place, Cambridge, CB1 1LY
Thursday, 1pm – 3pm. Contact 01223 446100 or [email protected]


Tandem Cycling

Outspoken, The Bike Depot, 140 Cowley Road, Cambridge, CB4 0DL
Seven days a week. Contact Nick at Cam Sight on 01223 420033 Ext. 29 or [email protected] 


Blind Tennis

VI Tennis is led by experienced LTA coaches, using orange and red indoor court dimensions, with an audible soft ball. It suits all levels of sight loss and abilities.
Hills Road Sports Centre, Cambridge, CB2 8PF
Tuesday, 11.30am – 1.30pm.
Contact Fiona 07564 910651 or [email protected]
Vision4Growth (Cambridge) - British Blind Sport 


Goalball is a three-a-side team game, developed for blind and visually impaired players. Individuals with full sight can also play. Cambridge Dons Goalball Club has two teams with a range of abilities and ages from 7 years and over.
Cherry Hinton Village Leisure Centre, CB1 9EJ
Alternate Sundays, 12 noon and 3pm.
Contact Warren Wilson on either 0793 9181288 or [email protected]


Blind Football

Blind Football is a fast paced 5-a-side football played using a ball with a noise-making device inside. Cambridge United run weekly football sessions with qualified Blind Football coaches.
Coleridge Community College, Cambridge, CB1 3RJ
Saturday, 1pm – 2pm (VI football), 2pm– 3pm (Blind football)
Contact 01223 566500 or [email protected]


Power 2 Inspire

Offers a range of inclusive sporting activities regardless of disability age fitness with the aim of uniting people through sport.
Contact 01223 781364 or [email protected]


Cambridge & Coleridge Athletic Club

C&C provide guided runners for beginners and experienced runners.
Contact [email protected]



Sensory and tactile guided walks in the Botanical gardens and hothouses.
The University Botanical Garden, 1 Brookside, Cambridge, CB2 1JE
1st Friday of each month, 2pm – 3pm.
Contact Mel Mackay 01223 363737 or [email protected]



Fen Tigers, Goalball UK

Goalball is a three-a-side team game, developed for blind and visually impaired players.
Fen Tigers club is looking to recruit more players above the age of 11 years old of any experience or ability.
Neale Wade Academy, Wimblington Road, March, PE15 9PX 
Alternative Saturdays, 9am-1pm
Contact 0114 2235670


Tandem Cycling 

George Campbell Leisure Centre, City Road, March, PE15 9LT 
Seven days a week. Contact Sam Wool at Cam Sight on 07498 505687 or [email protected]


Ten Pin Bowling

The Old Station Yard, Gull Road, Guyhirn, Wisbech PE13 4AA
2pm-4:30pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month until April 2020.  Cost £6.00 for 2 games plus a drink.
Contact Sam Wool at Cam Sight on 07498 505687 or [email protected]


Chair based exercise

Fleming Court, Asplin Avenue, March, PE15 9HD
10.30am-11.30am on the 4th Wednesday of the month, commencing Wednesday 26th June
Contact Sam Wool at Cam Sight on 07498 505687 or [email protected] 




RunTogether operates a national database of guide runners known as 'Find a Guide' to help match visually impaired individuals with licensed guides. 
Contact 0121 3476543 option 4 for RunTogether or [email protected]
Guide Running for Visually Impaired Runners | RunTogether                                


Vision of Adventure

Vision of Adventure is a charity based in the Lake District, which offers outdoor activities to visually impaired adults.
contact 01539 728979 or [email protected]