swimmingHi all, Beacon Centre for the Blind are offering visually impaired young adults in the region the opportunity to learn to swim during a free eight-week course of lessons. Adults aged 19 to 25, who are partially sighted, can sign up to the free sessions which are being held as part of the ‘ActivEyes’ project.


The hour long swimming sessions are being held at the Bert Williams Leisure Centre in Bilston every Wednesday at midday. Lessons kick off on April 9th for eight weeks, but places are limited so people are encouraged to book early to avoid disappointment. Help towards transport costs will also be available.


If you know of anybody who may be interested in this opportunity then please pass on this information or get them to contact me.


Tim Jukes
Community Support – Lead Officer | Beacon Centre for the Blind
Wolverhampton Road East, Wolverhampton, WV4 6AZ.
T: 01902 880111 |D: 01902 880111 | W: www.beacon4blind.co.uk


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