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Metro Blind Sport half-way review

After a heavily disrupted winter due to COVID-19, last week Metro Blind Sport celebrated reaching the half-way stage of their visually impaired tennis grant.

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James’ 365 Running Challenge – A Third Done!

We are delighted to announce with April now behind us, James is officially a third of the way through his running challenge.

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Choice International Online Wheelchair Tennis Sessions

The winter lockdown was an extremely difficult time for many, and one of the many challenges was finding a way to stay active. The Queen’s Club Foundation were extremely proud therefore to be supporting Choice International in delivering online wheelchair tennis.

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Middlesex Tennis Disability Award Winners

We are delighted to announce we have received the LTA Middlesex Tennis Disability Award for 2020. Thank you to Middlesex Tennis for recognising us in this way, we are honoured to receive the Award.

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James’ 365 Running Challenge 2021

James Moulder, The Queen’s Club Foundation Assistant is taking on a personal challenge to raise funds for The Queen’s Club Foundation. In 2021 he will run at least 5km every day of the year come snow, ice, rain or shine!

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Christmas Bazaar Fundraiser

Thank you to all our donors for supporting our Christmas Bazaar! We are pleased we raised over £2000.

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Metro Blind Sport Visit

On Wednesday 28th October James, part of the QCF office team, had the opportunity to watch and learn how to play visually impaired tennis. Earlier this autumn the Foundation awarded a grant to Metro Blind Sport to run 12 weeks of coaching sessions for visually impaired players.

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New Grant – Penzance Tennis Club

The Queen’s Club Foundation is delighted to again be supporting Penzance Tennis Club. After the success of their disability tennis programme in 2019, we are excited to now assist Penzance in expanding their tennis in schools programme.

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New Grant – Metro Blind Sport

The Queen’s Club Foundation is thrilled to announce our new grantee Metro Blind Sport. They have been supporting blind and partially sighted people since 1973, and were instrumental in bringing over sound ball tennis from Japan over 10 years ago.

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Farewell to our Ambassador Christopher Griffith-Jones

The Queen’s Club Foundation is deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Christopher Griffith-Jones, one of our key Ambassadors.

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