Updated September 2016
Staffordshire Wolves Visual Impairment team play at Wolverhampton but welcome people from surrounding counties. The team is happy to help meet people at Wolverhampton bus or train station and provide transport back to stations after training or matches. For more information, contact Steve Lightfoot (Coach) on 07789 265618 or by e-mail at s.lightfoot@staffordshire cricket.co.uk.
Home fixtures are held at Wolverhampton Cricket Club, Danescourt Road, Wolverhampton, WV6 9BJ. Matches are open to all members of the public and attendance is free. Players from both teams all have some degree of sight-loss.
Shropshire Cycling4All is a group of partners eager to raise awareness of and develop all ability cycling opportunities across the County.
Charlotte’s Tandems is a national charity which lends out tandems at no charge to those with a special need or disability.
The Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford runs football training for partially sighted young people aged between 12 and 16 years. The sessions are free of charge and open to players of all abilities, both male and female.