Tennis taster sessions for people with disabilities continue at City College Norwich
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The next in a series of tennis taster sessions for people with disabilities will be held at City College Norwich this evening.
The first of the four sessions were held at the college on Thursday, March 20.
Donna Andrews, who runs the Tennis for Life project, said: 'After some fun drills three players in wheelchairs and a fourth player with a disability played doubles, which had some great tennis and was very close.
'Great fun was had by all. More players are needed to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity to have a go at tennis. No matter what disability you have, tennis can offer you fun, fitness and friends, so have a go.
'We can provide wheelchairs for you if you need. We also have special tennis balls for those with a visual impairment.'
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For details, call Donna on 07714 474153. The sessions are 7pm-8pm or 8pm-9pm, with the next sessions on May 15 and June 12.
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