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All Age Taster Day at Croydon Vision

Croydon Vision Taster Day 21 June

All Age Taster Day at Croydon Vision Taster Activities include: Art, Pottery, Craft, Mix Martial Art, Keep Fit, Bowls, Eye Condition Talk, Mayor’s Interaction, Let’s Talk Tech, Cookery, Information & Advice, Dance, Manicure, Volunteering and many more… Date: Friday 21st June  Time: 12:30 pm Venue: Bedford Hall, 72 – 74 Wellesley Road Croydon, CR0 2AR

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MSSC: Midsummer Mingle 18 June

MSSC Social - Midsummer Mingle 18 June

Please join us for an informal Midsummer Mingle at the Guardian Centre on the evening of 18th June.  The bar will be open as usual, and a tasty snack will be available to buy It will be a great opportunity to meet new MSSC members and catch up with old ones, besides enjoying a game of darts perhaps or trying to beat our resident Connect 4 champ!

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INTERACTIONS TOUR 2019

Interaction Tour 2019 - Baluji Shrivastav OBE

Virtuoso multi-instrumentalist Baluji Shrivastav OBE presents a concert series of Indian classical music interacting with the sounds of Spain, Indonesia, Jazz, Opera and Poetry and including performances from the Inner Vision Orchestra.

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Our Tennis Videos are Live!

Our 3 Blind & VI Tennis Videos are Live!

On 12th June, Metro Blind Sport have released a new series of videos to improve the delivery, understanding and participation of visually impaired tennis. The videos are being launched to coincide with the start of the International Blind Tennis Tournament 2019 in Benidorm where three Metro Blind Sport members are taking part.

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Yoga with London Vision!

Yoga on fridays with London Vision

London Vision has booked another 6 free classes for you. Unwind ready for the weekend while strengthening your muscles at these gentle exercise classes. We’ve got a new instructor this time and she is really looking forward to meeting you and working with a visually impaired group.

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