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Lincolnshire Sitting Volleyball Club gain Volley 1 accreditation.

By NickiBlake on May 22nd, 2012 - comments

Congratulations to the Lincolnshire Sitting Volleyball Association, also known as Lincoln Imps, who have become the first English stand alone Sitting Volleyball Club to gain Volley 1 accreditation. The club, founded four years ago, has developed rapidly driving sitting volleyball at school level but also offering high level competition to its senior members, who include players […]

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Free Equipment for Community Games

By NickiBlake on May 21st, 2012 - comments

Groups around the county who are holding an event to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee or the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are invited to register their event as a Community Games. The Community Games programme was launched in the West Midlands in 2010 and since then over 220 games have taken place with […]

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Volunteers wanted for Egyptian Paralympic Team visit

By NickiBlake on May 21st, 2012 - comments

Volunteers are wanted to support the Egyptian Paralympic Team during their training camp in Lincolnshire this summer. Active Lincolnshires Partnership will recruit a group of volunteers for the team’s training camp prior to the London 2012 Paralympic Games from Saturday 18th – Friday 24th August 2012. A whole host of individuals are required for the […]

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Vitality classes in Lincolnshire

By NickiBlake on May 21st, 2012 - comments

Adults in Lincolnshire who have difficulty exercising are being encouraged to join a movement to music programme. Vitality is a Lincolnshire-based programme which incorporates physio-based movement to music. Classes are aimed at the over 60s, or those of any age who have medical conditions which prevent them from exercising in a ‘normal’ setting. Louise Thompson, […]

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LEAP athlete wins Gold in Olympic Stadium

By NickiBlake on May 18th, 2012 - comments

LEAP athlete Lee Cupit won a gold medal at the Olympic Park Stadium in London this month. Lee, 16, from Scopwick, near Lincoln, took part in the Sainsbury’s School Games 2012 from the 6th – 9th May. Competing for the North East team, all of Lee’s hard work and training paid off when he broke […]

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Lincolnshire Primary Schools Set for Success

By NickiBlake on May 17th, 2012 - comments

Sir Isaac Newton Primary School from Grantham won the Primary Schools Volleyball Level 3 School Games Competition in Grantham last week. Five Volleyball teams from Sleaford, Grantham, Spalding and Market Rasen took part in the competition, with 20 athletes from Sir Isaac Newton Primary School, Church Lane Primary School, Ingoldsby Primary School, Pinchbeck East Primary […]

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Secondary Schools Smash into action at School Games Volleyball Finals

By NickiBlake on May 17th, 2012 - comments

Priory Ruskin Academy from Grantham won the Secondary Schools Boys and Girls Volleyball Level 3 School Games Competition in Grantham last week. Eleven Volleyball teams from Sleaford, Grantham, Boston, Lincoln and Louth took part in the competition, with 66 athletes from Priory Ruskin, St George’s, Priory LSST, Giles Academy and King Edward VI School taking […]

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Silver Spirit funding goes to 23 2012-inspired projects in Lincolnshire

By NickiBlake on May 17th, 2012 - comments

Twenty-three organisations across Lincolnshire have received a grant to fund Olympic and Paralympic inspired projects. The groups, including Keep Fit Clubs, U3A, Health Walk Clubs and New Age Kurling groups, have all been awarded funding to help them set up events based on an Olympic theme. The money has been funded through a project called […]

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Sport Maker workshop coming up in Sleaford

By NickiBlake on May 16th, 2012 - comments

An inspirational workshop about becoming a Sport Maker is going to take place in Sleaford. The workshop aims to inspire individuals to get involved with sport through volunteering and helping the local community. Whether you want to organise a football tournament for your friends or encourage your village to run a mini Olympic Games, this […]

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Groove Time for children aged 2-4

By NickiBlake on May 16th, 2012 - comments

Pre-school children can join new dance classes launching this month in Skellingthorpe and Langworth. Groove Time is a dance and play class for children aged 2 – 4 years of age and includes a variety of dance styles and techniques. Lisa Hurst, Groove Leader, said: “The sessions will offer the opportunity for boys and girls […]

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