The Trustees have earmarked up to £75,000 from the Kenneth James legacy for new, collaborative projects in VI sport and recreation.
Last year we received a legacy from the estate of lifelong cricket supporter and volunteer Ken James. His friends and executors Bob Baxter and Bill Boyes explain the background.
London Metro denied Sussex Sharks a league and cup double when they secured the BCEW Primary Club Heindrich Swanepoel Cup for a record 18th time.
Primary Club support helped set up a new bowls club in Airdrie, east of Glasgow, bringing sporting and social benefits.
As the World Blind Games comes to Birmingham this summer, John Garbett from Blind Cricket England & Wales highlights the progress of the women’s cricket set-up.
In its 90th year, the Braille Chess Association returned to pre-pandemic activity that included a tournament with players from around the world.
Metro Blind Sport is home to the country’s most successful VI cricket club – but plenty more besides. We pay tribute as the club raises its bat for a well-deserved half-century.
The senses of hearing and touch are used to allow blind and visually impaired children to read, thanks to Living Paintings Living Paintings’ unique multimedia Touch to See books reveal the visual world to children who cannot see.
Carol Davies reports on the highly anticipated return of competitive VI archery after a two-year break because of the pandemic
Mike Brace CBE DL charts the history of blind cricket and reiterates the importance of the Primary Club’s funding