‘We all know from the Paralympics that disability is no impediment to success’ - disability sports day in Cromer

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has committed to investing the money in making the sport more acce

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) has committed to investing the money in making the sport more accessible over the next 10 years. Picture: Steve Parsons - Credit: EDPpics 2003 (01603) 772434

A range of different sports will be on offer to disabled athletes at a free event in Cromer.

North Norfolk District Council's Sports Clubs and Hubs Project is holding the disability sports day for adults on Wednesday, June 14, at Cromer Lawn Tennis Club.

Maggie Prior, North Norfolk District Council's Cabinet Member for Health and Wellbeing, said: 'Last year's event was met with great enthusiasm, so we hope to repeat that success and encourage more people with disabilities to get active and participate in sports.

'We all know from the Paralympics that disability is no impediment to success. Sport is good for both mind and body.'

Activities available on the day will include boccia, tennis and short tennis, racquet ball, table tennis and New Age Kurling.


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It will run from 10am until 12pm and is open to over-18s with a disability. to take part, call 01263 516305 or email wyn.nurse@north-norfolk.gov.uk

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