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Hereford Harriers Wheelchair Basketball Club only started sessions in August 2011 but has already started raising awareness of an extremely exciting and fast paced sport in Herefordshire. The Harriers welcomed twelve people to their first session in August 2011 and was developed into a more formalised and structured club in August 2012 after the appointment of a new club development officer and club secretary. Open sessions Saturdays 10-11am Adults £5 Youth £3, Whitecross School, Hereford.

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