Disabled people in Northamptonshire are being given the chance to have a go at sailing on Saturday 3rd August.
Northampton Sailability is hosting its annual Open Day. Around 200 people regularly sail with the club which also works in partnership with other local groups.
Huntingdon Panthers Netball Club and Grafham Water Sailing Club are offering free taster sessions.
It's part of a scheme called 'Not the Big 4' (football, cricket, swimming and golf).
Netball sessions will take place on Tuesday 30 April and Tuesday 14 May from 8pm to 9pm at One Leisure Huntingdon.
Sailing sessions will take place on Saturday 25 May and Saturday 15 June from 11am to
4pm at Grafham Water Sailing Club
More than half of boats on the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads will see their tolls reduced or remain the same next season.
The Broads Authority has agreed an overall rise of 3% in income from tolls from April which will see small boats paying less than this year and larger boats paying more.
A total of 5,700 private rowing, sailing and motor boats out of a total of 10,900 will see a reduction or no increase at all.
Team GB's Olympic sailors - including Saskia Clarke and Nick Dempsey who are from the East - have taken part in an open-top bus parade through Weymouth and Portland.
West Mersea medal winer Saskia Clark says she has mixed feelings over her Olympic achievement.
The sailor said she is still disappointed not to have won the gold, but is sure the achievement of winning silver will sink in soon.
Essex sailor Saskia Clark has won a Silver medal in the Olympic sailing women's 470 class at Weymouth for Team GB.
Saskia, from West Mersea and partner Hannah Mills were tied in first place with New Zealand before they went into the race.
The race had been hampered by low winds, and a poor start by the British pair meant they were never able to catch eventual Gold medal winning New Zealand.