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A national charity providing a subscription-free service of unabridged audio books for adults and children with sight problems, dyslexia or other disabilities, who cannot read print. Through their audio books their younger members can listen to over 1,500 titles from leading children’s authors such as Jacqueline Wilson, David Walliams and Marcus Sedgwick. They also offer a range of titles that support the educational needs of pupils studying for GCSEs or A levels from the main examination boards.

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County Sports Partnership for Hampshire/IOW, increasing activity for all through sport and physical activity

Get Kids Going! logo

Get Kids Going! is a national charity which gives disabled children and young people, up to the age of 26, the opportunity of participating in sport. They inspire British disabled youngsters to compete in sporting events, from start to paralympic level, by giving them sports grants to help with their training, physiotherapy, travel, competition fees and design and development of sports wheelchairs.

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Hampshire County Council's leisure and tourism information

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Information on opportunities to get involved in sport and physical activity

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An official tourism website for Hampshire's countryside.

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Listening Books runs a postal and online audiobook library with over 7,000 titles available for both adults and children. 5,000 titles are available as downloads. Listening Books not only caters for people with visual impairments but their service is also open to anyone who struggles to read or hold a book due to an illness, disability or learning difficulty such as dyslexia. Their titles span a huge range of genres including the latest bestsellers, classics, historical novels and crime, as well as non-fiction titles. For children and young people they not only provide a range of fiction but also support the school curriculum, providing set-texts and study guides.

They currently provide their service to around 23,000 people across the UK but regularly apply for funding to provide free membership for those who would find their usual fees a barrier to joining. They currently have funding for people who live in Farnborough and Aldershot. For more information please contact Jennifer Ades by email or phone. You can also visit the website.

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The South and West's Rural Multiplex. 88 Screens - Seats in all Areas - The Biggest Smallest Show on Earth!

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The UK's first National Family Week will be held from 25th to 31st May 2009. This important new initiative will celebrate and promote the social and personal benefits of family life, which is crucial for the future of our society.

During the week, numerous fun activities and events for families will take place in hundreds of venues across the nation, including the Family Week Picnic which will involve the UK attempting to claim the Guinness World Record for the World’s Largest Picnic.

Primary Times is a...What's On, Where to Go, What to Do guide for parents and teachers of Primary school children.

QE2 Activity Centre caters for people of all ages with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities and other specific needs.

You can go to the Centre for day activities, residential visits, the Greenhouse day service or their Friday Club. You can go with a group of friends, your family or carer, or your school or club. Some of their visitors are looking for a holiday where they can relax and try some new activities, and others want every moment filled with action. They aim to be flexible and give people the holiday or course that is right for them.

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For fun days out and exciting things to do, come rain or shine, Raring2go! has a host of information on places2go. Specifically designed with you in mind, we've got it covered, with everything for children aged 0-11.

Reading Force is the first national shared reading initiative for Service families and at its heart is the welfare of Service children and families and their friends. If you work with Service children, young people and families, please visit the website to discover more about Reading Force, and to register your school or organisation and become a Reading Force Ambassador.

They have two Reading Force scrapbook competitions a year and they also produce a bi-monthly newsletter.

The cadets are free to join and open to males and females aged 12 and above. Cadets take part in a variety of activities encouraging team work, personal responsibility and fitness, while having fun and making friends in the process. There are detachments throughout north Hampshire.

The Trust's aim is to assist youngsters with funding to facilitate their participation, attendance or the purchase of equipment for sporting events and activities.

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A tourism website for Hampshire.

What's on in Hampshire Museums logo

There's always something new to see with regularly changing temporary exhibitions of art, crafts, photography, local and natural history on at our museums.

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