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Where the money is going….

November 30, 2012

Aquaterra is a Charity and we re-invest all profits back into the community. The money raised from “The Reaching High Concert” will be going directly to help children and young people with learning disabilities and autism.

Here are some of great things we do;

  • At Islington Tennis Centre we have a unique association with Metro Blind Sport where Tennis players with visual impairments are benefiting from sessions which use specially adapted soundballs that allow players to hear the ball coming.
  • At Sobell we put on Boccia; a Paralympic sport for athletes with disabilities that have a major impact on motor skills.      Participants throw, kick or use a ramp to propel a ball onto the court with the aim of getting closest to a ‘jack’ ball. It is played indoors on a court similar in size to a badminton court.
  • Also at Sobell we also host Sanjuro SEN. The classes have been developed with and for people with physical disabilities and associated learning needs. A highly accessible class format allows individuals with vastly different abilities to participate at the same time. The drills and exercises in Sanjuro SEN have been specifically designed to encourage and develop the skills and abilities of each participant in a high energy, enjoyable and controlled environment.
  • Wheelchair volley ball, basketball, badminton are also attended at Finsbury leisure centre.
  • Multiple sclerosis and autism gym sessions at Highbury leisure centre.

Please show your support and come to Camden on Saturday 8th December!






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