Free sports event for adults with disabilities to be held in King’s Lynn

PUBLISHED: 13:20 16 October 2018 | UPDATED: 13:37 16 October 2018

Alive Without Limits - Adult Disability day of sport for free. Photo: Alive Leisure

Alive Without Limits - Adult Disability day of sport for free. Photo: Alive Leisure

Photo: Alive Leisure

Alive Lynnsport is hosting a free day of football, bowls, archery, table tennis and badminton for adults with disabilities called Alive without Limits.

The day, funded by Dow, King’s Lynn Rotary Club, Trinity Rotary Club of King’s Lynn and Priory Rotary Club of King’s Lynn is on Tuesday, November, 6 from 10am to 2pm and participants will get to take part in each activity for 30 minuets.

At the end of the day each participant will be presented with a certificate and a pack lunch in the sports bar/Wembley room.

Adam Garford, sports development manager and event organiser, said: “The Alive Without Limits day will give adults with a disability the opportunity to take part in 5 different sports all at one venue.

“It would be fantastic to create a weekly adult disability club, after the success of the Mini Kandoo and Kandoo club I am sure this is achievable. We just need people to come along on November 6, from 10am-2pm, to register their interest.”

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