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In partnership with GB Boxing, England Boxing is recruiting for a number of positions within the England Boxing Talent Programme.
Millenium Boxing Club coach Martin Higgins talks about overcoming learning disabilities and becoming a boxing coach.
Information for boxers, coaches and spectators.
England Boxing took part in this year’s Do What You Want Live event in Derby, which attracted thousands of disabled people and their families and friends from across the Midlands.
Boxer Joshua Jackson will make history tonight (29 May), as the first deaf athlete to compete in an England Boxing-sanctioned event.
As an active member of Brandon Boxing Club in County Durham, Kara-mai Oliver is proving that learning disabilities don't have to be a barrier to enjoying sport.
Empire Fighting Chance is a charity set up in 2013 by Martin Bisp and Jamie Sanigar of Empire Amateur Boxing Club. The club runs numerous programmes for young people and adults suffering from mental health issues.
Rotunda Boxing Club in Merseyside has been providing fun alternative activities for service users at Kaleidoscope, a centre which was set up by parent-led charity, Autism Initiatives, towards the end of 2012.