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Multi-sport sessions in Havering

11:00 20 February 2014

Youngsters try their hand at boccia

Youngsters try their hand at boccia

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Council offer opportunities for disabled

Havering Council are providing multi-sport opportunities for disabled people in the borough.

Anyone aged 14 or over, with physical or learning disabilities, can play games such as tennis, badminton, boccia and skittles with their friends and carers at Central Park Leisure Centre, Gooshays Drive, Harold Hill.

The sessions take place on Fridays, from 1.30-3.30pm and cost just £2, after a free first session.

For more information call Margaret Campbell on 01708 433856 or email margaret.campbell@havering.gov.uk.

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