By Rob_Sellars at 15:05 on 25/06/12
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Ancholme Leisure Centre and North Lincolnshire Council are looking to remove barriers for people with disabilities in the Disability Summer Games.
With the Olympics coming up they are encouraging adults with disabilities to join in the celebrations and take part in a unique competition on Tuesday, June 26.
There will be a host of competitions in the Disability Summer Games, for those aged 16 years old and over who have a disability. All will take place at Ancholme Leisure Centre, and there will be free goody bags, and medals to be won
Doors open from 12pm, with registration at 1pm, in the sports hall. The games will take place between 1.30pm and 3pm, followed by the awards ceremony at 3.15pm.
At 3.30pm competitors and spectators will make their way outside to witness the Olympic Torch Relay pass by the leisure centre and through Brigg.
It will cost £3.80 to enter the Disability Summer Games.
Date: Tuesday, June 26, 2012