— Please see below a press release received regarding the cancellation of the 2021 Special Olympics GB National Summer Games in Liverpool —
Liverpool City Council has announced today (29 July) it will be unable to host a rescheduled Special Olympics GB National Summer Games in 2022.Continue reading
Please see below a statement from Special Olympics Great Britain regarding the postponement of the National Summer Games 2021:
It is with regret, we announce the 2021 Special Olympics GB National Summer Games, scheduled to take place in Liverpool next August 2021, are to be postponed.Continue reading
It is with regret that the Special Olympics GB Board of Trustees, after consulting the Director of Public Health in Plymouth, have decided to postpone the upcoming Special Olympics Mayflower 400 Commemorative Games due to take place from April 3 – 5 in Plymouth.Continue reading
Plymouth is set to hold its first-ever international Special Olympics event this spring as part of the UK’s Mayflower 400 commemorations.
It’s thought the event will be attended by 450 athletes, 100 coaches and 300 volunteers, plus thousands of spectators from Plymouth and across the world.
Special Olympics Plymouth held a Charity Ball at the Duke of Cornwall on Friday 27th September.
It was a very well attended event which was enjoyed by everyone who attended. The food was excellent, the live entertainment provided by The Wireless and the magician Lewis were superb and the fantastic team from Santander worked so well to make sure the games of higher and lower and the table draw ran smoothly. The auctioneer Nick ran the auction with professionalism and flare enticing the guests to part with their money for the amazing prizes. The photo booth supplied by Crazy Little Booths was a big success, nobody had any idea just how many people could squeeze into a photo booth at the same time! Continue reading
Some of our swimming team who took part in the Lions Swimathon. Fantastic effort well done to you all. Thanks to Pat who organised the team.