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Camboccia is an active Boccia club in Cambridgeshire, UK, with one club session a week in term time.  Boccia is a great sport for people with physical/learning disabilities of any age.

Sunday 3:15 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. - Impington Sports Centre, Cambridge, CB24 9LX.

Adults and children of all ages and all abilities welcome.

Boccia is a game to be played for enjoyment. The benefits for the individual would be, making friends, socialising, competitive spirit, team camaraderie and of course the health benefits.

It's a target game, which demands skill and subtlety as opposed to strength or speed and is played in this country by young and old. Also those with and those without a disability.

For more information or to book a place please contact either John Wright on 07976 735120 email  or Sam Wright on 07857 367064 email

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