'The only person you're destined to become is the person you decide to be'

‘I didn’t realise it at the time but I can boldly say that following my accident, Halton has become a second home.  It’s a place that has enabled me to connect and reconnect socially, mentally and physically - making wonderful friendships - as well as listening and learning from distinguished self-effacing people.  Halton has provided me the opportunity to discover and rediscover dreams, courage and creativity.  It has boosted my ability, resilience and determination in overcoming my challenges with smiles, zest and enthusiasm.’

‘Importantly, Halton has given me the opportunity to discover tennis and I thank each and every one of you who I have met on this journey so far for all your support and encouragement.  Going forwards, I hope to share my journey with you - encouraging others who may experience challenging problems that life can be rewarding and fulfilling.’  - Joshua Card, aspiring Professional Wheelchair tennis player

Josh’s dream and goal is to compete in the Tokyo Paralympics 2020.  You can visit his fundraising page at https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/tokyodream2020

Bucks County Closed morning warm-ups

Warm-ups for all Halton registered players will be held through this week. 7.55-8.00 am at Halton (if weather poor) and opportunity for mini bus transport to Missenden to save parents waiting, or 8.15-9.15 at Missenden if ok. Please email mike@everyball.net for more details.