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Don't let worries about accessibility put you off getting into the countryside. There are all sorts of resources out there to help.
Francesca started losing her sight 12 years ago but that hasn't stopped her taking on new challenges like 'Lakes in a Day', a 50 mile ultra run through the fells.
We spoke to Amy, a physiotherapist at our Specialist College, to find out and discover
why she took on the London Marathon in aid of Henshaws.
Yoga has amazing health benefits. Diane shares her story of how yoga changed her life, and teacher Rosanna provides advice for anyone feeling nervous about giving it a go.
Comedic writer and founder of the Gloucestershire Growlers VI Cricket team, Marc Gulwell, shares his experience of getting involved in local blind sport and what it's meant to him.
Read about Caroline, Sam and Alyson who took on a 180 mile running challenge to raise money in aid of Henshaws' 180th anniversary.
Jake swims with the Downs Syndrome Swimming - Great Britain team. We find out how he and the squad got on at the 2017 European Championships.
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