New! All-ability inclusive BMX sessions

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Greenwich Inclusive weekly BMX sessions launch on Saturday 28 November. The launch session is completely free and is inclusive to anyone with any disability, ASD, Learning, sensory, physical disabilities, mental health conditions, behavioural conditions, we are also a deaf friendly club so everyone is welcome to join!

When? Starting 28th November 2015 and Saturday mornings thereafter

Where? Hornfair Park, off Shooters Hill Road, SE18 4PE on the far side
of the park opposite the Lido

What time? 9.30-10.30am (please arrive by 9.15am for welcome & to sign
consent forms)

What do I bring? bikes, helmets & gloves all provided but please feel free to
bring your own bikes just in case

This session is open to anyone with any disability so come and join the fun. Please feel free to spread the word about this launch and this regular weekly session as they’d love to see lots of riders.

Please click on links for:

Greenwich inclusive BMX_membership form

Greenwich inclusive BMX_welcome pack

Greenwich Inclusive BMX_LR

All forms will be available on the day but if you are able to fill in a
membership form before hand and bring this with you this will save time
on the day giving you more time to ride the bikes.

If your child/rider would be more comfortable with a sibling/parent/carer
nearby we would be very happy to have them stay during the session so
please do bring friends & family to watch, help out & join in.

Any problems on the day please feel free to ring Adam Thomas on 07840 528 587 if you get lost. He will be the tall man in a blue Access Sport coat!

 

For more information:

ACCESS SPORT CIO

3 Durham Yard | Teesdale Street | London E2 6QF

Tel: 020 7993 9883

Mobile 07840 528 587

Email: adam.thomas@accesssport.co.uk

www.accesssport.org.uk

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