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New restrictions have been announced in Charnwood to stop the spread of COVID-19

Tighter rules are needed because cases of the virus are increasing amongst all age groups – particularly young people and those over 60.

Most of Leicestershire is in tier 1 – ‘medium’ risk. Residents in Charnwood and Oadby & Wigston are in tier 2 – ‘high risk’.

You can explore what the new High alert level means.

Coronavirus updates for parts of Leicestershire 

Project Bilal - 'A Partner Organisation to Special Olympics Leicestershire & Rutland’

Project Bilal is a Muslim faith based club which is a Partner Organisation to Special Olympics Leicestershire & Rutland. We provides sport, crafts and recreational activities for children from the age of 8 upwards (predominantly ages 8 - 19) with learning disability, and adults with learning disability.

The centre provides children with social interaction, care, education and exercise in a fun and stimulating environment.

We work to reduce ignorance and prejudice faced by individuals with special needs through increasing awareness and understanding. Project Bilal provide information and advice to families about local and national provision, entitlements to financial assistance and other related issues.

In conjunction with Special Olympics it provides competition opportunities locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. The club meets Tuesday evenings from 6.00 to 7.30 pm. No special dress requirements. Cost £7 per session.

To find out more about Special Olympics Leicestershire & Rutland please emal:  or call 01162703618

Special Olympics Leicestershire and Rutland work in conjunction with Leicestershire and Rutland Sport (LRS). To find out more about LRS sport and physical activity opportunities across Leicestershire please go to   

Arts and crafts, Clubs and groups, Education, learning and employment, Inclusive activities, Leisure and recreation, Sporting activities
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