Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Disability Swimming

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Chelmsford City Swimming Club run a disability swimming session every Sunday, between 6pm-7pm at Riverside Ice and Leisure. People with all disabilties are welcome and the sessions are deliberately unstructured in order to encourage people with disabilities to bring parents, carers and sibling to enjoy time together in the water. For further details, please email disability@chelmsfordcityswimmingclub.org.uk

Scope: Community Newsletter October 2018

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Hi Supporter, how are you today? On the community this week we’re talking about employment. We’d love to hear about your own experiences over on the community too. What I’m hiding as a disabled working person “I talk for a living but it’s not so easy to explain to others the impact of pain and […]

Get Yourself Active Newsletter July 2018

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Here is a round up of the Get Yourself Active newsletter for July 2018. Get Yourself Active reacts to Sport England statement on why sport for disabled people matters Sue Bott CBE, Deputy CEO of Disability Rights UK, has reacted to a recent statement from Sport England. The statement can be found on the Get […]

Discrimination For Those With A Disability Still Rife Across The World

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The UK is hosting the world’s disability summit. Yet across the world, our leaders recognise that those with disabilities are challenged with prejudice and even violence. One of the reasons for the challenges faced by many disabled people is underfunding. Underfunding causes numerous issues such as challenges to find equipment, receive support and perhaps help […]

Coming up for Air: My Hidden Disability

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In 2010 I was diagnosed with an interstitial lung disease and life became very different from that day. My husband was with me at St Thomas Hospital when I received my diagnosis, and although the actual words of my consultant remain a vague blur, I can recall clearly sitting in a taxi and thinking South […]

David’s Story: Five Years Later

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Back in 2012 we published an article about David Chennells. David had suffered a brain haemorrhage in 2007 and shared his story with one of our writers, Catherine Ridge. In 2017, 5 years later, Catherine caught up with David as he led a sponsored walk around his home town: Crowds gathered around Esquires Coffee House […]