Sports | Birmingham Vision

Sports

“Sport enables me to fulfill my hobbies. Before, my weeks were filled with a whole lot of nothing and now I am playing sport on most nights.” Mr H, Birmingham.

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Our Sports Participation Coordinator, Luke, offers a variety of sport and recreational opportunities for people living with sight loss across Birmingham.
Luke works in partnership with other organisations to provide a range of sports and active leisure as well as working one on one with clients of all ages and abilities. 
We aim to provide something for everyone, we understand that most sports aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, so we also offer walking groups and more gentle ways to keep active.

For more information about the sports we offer, please see below.

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Cricket

Cricket is every Thursday evening at Queen Alexandra College, Court Oak Road, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9TG
The session starts at 6pm and finishes at 9pm and is completely FREE. You are more than welcome to bring someone along with you.

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Fishing

Fishing takes place roughly every 2-3 months and is held at Alvechurch Fisheries, Bittell Road, Alvechurch, Birmingham, B45 8BW.
Sessions run from 10am until 2.30pm and are completely FREE.
Spaces are limited so please contact Luke to register your place.

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Footgolf

Footgolf is every month at Cocks Moors Woods Leisure Centre, Alcester Road South, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 6ER.

Sessions cost £3.