Gaming for Disabled Children

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Gaming for Disabled Children is a way for differently abled children to experience gaming technology when they have a disability. Ceyda’s story is an example of what can be achieved. Read it here. Video Gaming Ceyda’s having fun playing her favourite video game. “Booyah!” she shouts as another baddie hits the dust. But she’s not […]

Sport England Revises Funds

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Sport England has announced that it will launch its new multi million funding programme next month which will support its strategy published earlier this year. In May 2016, Sport England set out its current strategy ‘Towards an Active Nation’ which outlined the work it would do between 2017 and 2021 to increase the number of […]

Support the Paralympics Rio 2016

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Support the Paralympics Rio 2016 As everyone knows the Olympics start in Brazil in two weeks time. Included in that event are the Paralympics Rio 2016. We need to support the Paralympics Rio 2016 so our athletes can succeed. The British Paralympic Association (BPA) partner Mondelez International, who sell Cadbury chocolate products, have launched a […]

PARC’s Charity Football Match

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PARC’s Charity Football Match Come along to PARC’s Charity Football Match on Sunday 17th July 2016. Are you disappointed with England’s recent performance in the Euro 2016? Do you think you could do much better? Then why not sign up and play in PARC’s Charity Football Match . It takes place on Sunday 17th July! […]

Dagenham host Daggers against Racism Day

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Yeovil Town are the visitors to Dagenham’s Chigwell Construction stadium on Saturday (27th February) with both teams desperate for points to avoid relegation from League 2. The match is part of the “Daggers against Racism Day” with pre-match activities and half-time entertainment arranged to make it a day to remember for all the family. Reduced […]

Massive game for Colchester as Tottenham come to town

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The FA Cup returns this weekend with Colchester taking on Premier League big boys Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday. The match offers the U’s an opportunity to forget about their precarious league position and test themselves against a side that has only lost three times in the Premier league this season. Victory for Colchester would arguably […]

Big tests await Essex’s sides this weekend

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The regions sports clubs face big tests this weekend, with many of them hoping for a win to escape the relegation places. Colchester Rugby FC will look to continue their recent fine form on Saturday at Mill Road. Currently tenth in National League 3, Colchester have won both of their games in 2016 and face […]

Chelmsford City FC latest club to publicise facilities for disabled spectators on Dancing Giraffe website

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Dancing Giraffe are delighted to announce that Chelmsford City FC have become the latest football club to agree to have their facilities for disabled spectators publicised on our website. The “clarets” currently sit in fourteenth position in the National League South Division and celebrated the tenth anniversary of moving to their Melbourne Community stadium last […]

The FA Cup always evokes magical thoughts

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C&K Basildon vs Coventry match has been postponed due to heavy rainfall. Match is now due to take place on 17th January, Kick-off 1pm. With both Colchester and Dagenham facing big FA Cup tests on Saturday, it may have escaped your notice that another club in Essex is embarking on its own FA Cup adventure […]

Accessible Vehicles for Major Para-Sports Events

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Organising an event like the Commonwealth Games is a task filled with logistical problems and complex solutions. Spectators need to be corralled into the stands in an orderly fashion, and athletes need to be ferried to their events along with all their equipment and support teams. This task can be made even more complicated when […]