Useful Links

Transport for London Accessibility guides

We produce a range of guides in alternative formats to help you plan and make journeys. All of the guides can be obtained free of charge by completing the order form below.

Link to webpage:


TPT service which provides volunteers to get you out and about.
Contact: Ana Toneato
Phone: 020 8996 1947


TPT email and telephone service.
Leila Pearce Email:
Phone: 020 8996 1930

East London Vision

Phone: 020 3697 6464

South East London Vision

Phone: 020 3815 3660

South London Vision
The purpose of this website is to signpost you to facilities, charities, and organisations which are available to you and may be able to help if you are losing your vision.

RSBC -Royal Society for Blind Children

Health and Wellbeing clubs

RNIB Guide for parents

If you have a baby or child that has recently been diagnosed with an eye condition, we have information, advice and support to help you support the growth and development of your child.

Our Guide for Parents will help to answer questions such as:

  • What can my child see?
  • How will my child learn?
  • How can we help at home?
  • Who is available to support us?
  • What will we need in nursery and school?

The guide is available to download at

To find out more about our full range of services for children, young people and families, visit

Let’s Play

Find out how to choose fun and interesting toys for your baby or child, and create exciting play times and play spaces.

Our Play Guide has been written by parents and play specialists, sharing their expertise and advice. Download the guide at


Infosound London

Phone: 0300 111 555


Enfield Talking Newspaper



National Talking Express

Bi-monthly audio magazine

Sport Websites

London Sport

London sport also has a  weekly newsletter. To subscribe, use  the news page link below and scroll down to the bottom and add your email

Link to : Blueprint for a Physically Active City – 2017.pdf 

News page:


British Blind Sport
Click BBS Sport Guides and scroll down page  : BBS guides



Great Run Local : Last Sunday in month, free 2km or 5km at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

We’re also providing a running taster session for people who are blind or visually impaired on the last Sunday of every month at 9am. This will then be followed by having Guide Runners available to do the 2km and 5km run ! Meet and Great also available if required through the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park staff.



  Quick Cycling links:


Visually Impaired Bowls England(VIBE) website




Goalfix: Goalball Goals & Eyeshades Suppliers



Blind Golf


Judo / Martial Arts

Here is the link to our find a club section on our website…




VI Games

Blind Gamers Twenty 20 Cricket Game

Quick link to the Blind Gamers Twenty 20 Cricket  game :

Quick link to all Spoonbill Audio games:

Some more Audio game websites and links

  • Blindfold games  – Here is a link to another audio games website:  they have Free audio games up on itunes to download
  •  Audio Game Hub, which has some more audio games. Quick link here: – once page has loaded, scroll down to get to the free audio games! looks like they have added blind Cricket too.  plus they have download for Android as well

VI Chess


Blind and Vision Impaired Charities

Nystagmus Network (NN) Facebook page.

RP Fighting Blindness Website:

Level Playing Field

Level Playing Field (LPF) is a registered charity that acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation for disabled sports spectators in England and Wales. Our works include offering professional Access Audits of sports venues undertaken by registered NRAC consultants, a club mediation service for fans with access concerns and complaints, and our Working Together project works with clubs and disabled fans to establish and maintain user-led Disabled Supporters Associations. 

Audio Books

Calibre Audio Library is a national charity offering a range of 8,000 books by post via memory stick or MP3 cd, or online via streaming. It costs just £35 for lifetime membership of Calibre with no further charges for receiving books or for postage.

VI Radio and Podcasts


London Events – August


ABLEize offers the largest collection of disability, mobility and health websites and social media pages in the UK and Europe.
We support Deaf and Disabled People’s organisations in London and campaign for equality for Deaf and Disabled people across the UK

Screen Readers
Jaws (Commercial)

More info on our Partner websites

Thomas Pocklington Trust is a national charity dedicated to delivering positive change for people with sight loss. TPT ia a UK charity providing housing, care and support services for people with sight loss. Information about services, eye conditions, volunteer opportunities

East London Vision is a user led peer support group for blind and partially sighted people living in or around the various Boroughs of East London.

Vision (SELVIS). is a new Charity led by and for blind and partially sighted people in Bromley, Bexley, Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark.

Eyecare links

Eye Health: 11 Tips for Protecting Your Vision in 2017 

Travelling Abroad with a Disability

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