A portrait of Sid Gittens at his home in Hamstreet, Kent, by Oliver Parkin
Romney Marsh resident Shuna Body has been deeply involved with disability fencing since the mid-1990s - a service acknowledged in 2014 when she was…
To celebrate National Sporting Heritage Day, 2019, Kent's Sporting Memories explored the fascinating history of Folkestone Sports Centre Trust, now...
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'I think they were shocked to see people going all out to win and being in buckets of tears if they didn't': Shuna Body on changing attitudes toward disability sport.
An excerpt of an oral history recording with Shuna Body, in which she describes how the 2012 London Paralympics helped change people's perceptions of…
A photograph of Shuna Body in Appledore, Kent, in March 2020. Shuna is holding her London 2012 Olympic Torch.
An 2014 article in the Bromley Times chronicling Shuna Body's MBE award and fencing career.