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Visually Impaired Climbing

Adrian_Scope Posts: 8,100

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Visually Impaired Climbing - Metro Blind Sport in collaboration with Westway Climbing Centre
Supported by the Active Londoner’s Fund

Sign up to this FREE 6-week Visually Impaired Climbing programme where you will get the opportunity to learn how to climb under a guided professional instructor. These 6 sessions will provide you with a great experience of learning how to use the ropes and gain increased confidence in climbing and navigating different types of walls within the centre.

Location: Westway Sports and Fitness Centre, 1 Crowthorne Rd, London W10 6RP.

There are two timeslot availabilities to choose from which are listed below:

Timeslot 1: Friday 15th November 2019 at 12pm-1:30pm (duration 90 minute sessions) then weekly until the last session on the Friday 20th December.

Timeslot 2: Sunday 17th November 2019 at 2pm-3:30pm (duration 90 minute sessions) then weekly until the last session on the Sunday 22nd December.

Cost: FREE 6 week programme – by signing up you are committing to attend 6 individual sessions for the specified time you have selected. This cannot be amended or changed once started due to instructor allocation.

Meet and Greet will only be available at the nearest station which is Latimer Road. This will take place 30 minutes before the session starts. Latimer Road Station is on the Hammersmith and City and Circle Line. There is also the option of Shepherds Bush Station which is on the Central, Overground and Southern Line however it would mean a 20 minute walk or a 10 minute bus ride on the 316 stopping at Crowthorne Road (Stop H).

There is also underground parking available Mon-Sat and free parking on Sunday.

If you wish to use this service or need more information, please contact and register your interest with [email protected] or call on 07956 292 046.

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