Wed 17th May 2017 at 19.30 - 21.30
Chris Rattenbury of WheelPower - the charity - will provide a talk. Chris is a former powerlifter who has represented Britain at a number of international events throughout his career.
Chris has been part of WheelPower in various capacities since he was 14 years old.
WheelPower are dedicated to providing opportunities for disabled people to find a sport they enjoy and provide opportunities throughout the year to introduce people to wheelchair sport..
According to WheelPower's website - 45,000 disabled people played sport at Stoke Mandeville Stadium in 2016.The amount people coming for all around the country to train for the GB team, attend a sports camp, or participate in a disability sport at the famous venue recognised as the birthplace of the Paralympic movement has increased by 17%.
Sport can develop confidence and improve fitness but it’s also a great wayto have fun and make friends. There are tremendous physical and psychological benefits, whatever your age or ability and that’s why more and more people are joining our sport events.
The meeting is open to people who are interested to join Rotary Club of Thame. If you are interested to attend this dinner meeting please get in touch with us using the form below.