Calendar of events
Please note that these dates are subject to change. Please book 48 hours in advance.
Tennis – Adults
Thursday’s 10am – 12 midday
Reading University Sports Park
£5 per session
Transport Available from Reading train station
Reading Running Club
Palmer Park Stadium
Alternate Fridays 4-5pm (26/02, 12/03, 26/03, 09/04 )
Transport available from Reading train station
Tandem Cycling – Adults
Windsor Great Park
1st Monday of the month 11am-2pm
Limited spaces – please book at least 2 weeks prior
Dragon Boating – Berkshire Sharks VI Team Training
Wokingham Waterside Centre, Reading.
On hold until further notice – please keep checking back.
Berkshire Stags VI Cricket Club
Details can be found on the Club’s WEBSITE
Times and venues are often subject to change so please call 0118 987 2803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place and confirm details.
Volunteer at our sports clubs!
All staff running the courses are fully qualified coaches; they are supported by volunteers and Berkshire Vision staff. Volunteers are DBS checked and some are first aid trained. If you’d like to know more about volunteer opportunities please contact email@example.com
“My four sons attend the Get Active Club and really enjoy the chance to try out different sports. This would not be possible otherwise because other sports clubs require carers to be trained before they will take visually impaired children”
“The Club provides my child with a sense of confidence as she can try out activities with people like herself and compete as an equal, rather than try a sport at school with fully sighted children and always come last. I never have to worry about her safety or explaining to anyone about her sight difficulties. We can just all get stuck in and concentrate on learning a sport and enjoying ourselves.”
“My daughter has attended a number of the sessions and loves to take part in the sporting activity. She has no vision at all and finding accessible sports is very difficult. At the club she is welcomed and allowed to take part to her ability. Her older brother is also welcomed and it is an activity that we take part of as a family which is very important to us.”Back to top