!!GO TEAM KENT!!
BRITISH TRANSPLANT GAMES 
LEEDS
05 - 08 August 2021
KKPA are supporting "Team Kent" at the British Transplant Games in Leeds,
05 - 08 August 2021
Could you help Sponsor Team Kent?
All donations gratefully received via our JustGiving page. Thank You!
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For more information contact
Paul German, Manager Team Kent
Mobile: 07795 128 202
Email: info.kentkidneypatients@gmail.com
Flagship project of the Transplant Sport Charity. 

The British Transplant Games are the flagship project of the charity Transplant Sport and have been in existence for over 40 years when the first “Transplant Olympics” took place in Portsmouth in 1978. At that time, these Games were an international event and included teams from France, Greece and even the USA.

 

Since these early beginnings with competitors, affectionately known as “99 blooming miracles”, the Games have grown and are held every year in different cities throughout the UK. The British Transplant Games have been staged annually since 1978 in 17 host cities across the UK including Portsmouth (1994), Belfast (1998), Edinburgh (2007), Medway (2012), Sheffield (2013), Bolton (2014), Gateshead, Newcastle (2015), 

Liverpool (2016). North Lanarkshire (2017) & Birmingham (2018).

The Games Leeds 2021

The Games aim to demonstrate the benefits of transplantation, encouraging transplant patients to regain fitness, whilst increasing public awareness of the need for more people to join the NHS Organ Donation Register and discuss their wishes with their families. They also seek to thank and celebrate donor families and the gift of life. 

Click on the BTG Logo for everything you need to know about the great City of Leeds - our host for 2021!

British Transplant Games Leeds 2021
TRANSPLANT SPORT
Actively Promoting Organ Donation.
The Games are a mass participation, major sport and cultural event for transplant recipients and their families. Living donors also compete throughout the games & participants range from the ages of 3 to 80+.
The games receive no central funding and all monies must be raised via the Local Organising Committee. 
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Badminton
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Cycling
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Table Tennis
Ten Pin Bowling
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