Power2inspire is thrilled to announce its Third Festival of Inclusive Golf at the lovely 9 hole par 3 Cambridge Lakes Golf Course. Taking place on a Friday afternoon, it will be a great way to finish the week.

Regardless of ability, they encourage all to give the sport a go, in this case Golf. Their message is simple: Whether you have never played the game before, not played it for a while, have a disability or not, come along, and have fun.

The games will be played in teams of four, so ideal for companies or groups, but individuals or couples will be welcomed and they will create friendly teams.

There will be a £10 per person charge as the entrance fee covers the round, hire of clubs, a barbecue, and a small amount of tuition.

John Willis, founder and CEO of Power2inspire, said: “I love golf as it is very easy to make it competitive and inclusive. I do urge any person intrigued to try golf, to come and give it a go!”

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Event Date: Friday 29 June 2018

Venue: Cambridge Lakes Golf Course

Time: 4:00-6:00 pm

Research carried out by the English Federation of Disability Sport shows that 64% of disabled people want to play sport in mixed ability settings. Despite this disabled people often resort to playing purely “disability sport” or exercising alone. According to Papworth Trust, 72% of disabled adults report facing a barrier to sport.

Power2Inspire was founded by John Willis, a local disabled man and Cambridge University graduate, after competing with two non-disabled friends in a triathlon relay in 2013. Since then John has raised over £50,000 for charity and spoken to over 30,000 people about sport, inclusion and ability.