By James Beetham, Cheshire East - 22nd June 2012 7:07am
Paralympic sports events — information bulletin
With the Paralympic Games just weeks away - two learning events are being held in Cheshire East to raise awareness of the variety of sports on offer to people with disabilities.
The Cheshire East leisure and learning forum is organising the information sessions to bring the different service providers together in one place and showcase the range of opportunities on offer.
The Crewe event is being held on Thursday, June 28, at the Victoria Community Centre, Crewe, from 11am-4pm.
There will be a variety of sports on offer at each event for people to come along and experience. They include football, basketball, table tennis, sitting volleyball, athletics and cycling on modified bikes
Everyone is welcome to attend and find out more about the different activities and opportunities available within Cheshire East.
For further information please contact: Communications Officer (Media Relations): James Beetham
Direct line: 01270 685945 Mobile: 07787266483
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