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Sight Village is going Virtual: 22-23 July 2020!

Sight Village is going Virtual - 22-23 July

In order to stay connected and keep visitors up to date with the latest products and services available to people who are blind and visually impaired, Queen Alexandra College (QAC) will be hosting Sight Village Virtual via QAC’s Facebook and YouTube channels.

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Sight Loss: What You Need to Know – Zoom sessions

Sight Loss: What You Need to Know- Zoom sessions with London Vision

The London Vision team will be hosting Sight Loss: What You Need to Know sessions over the coming months. The sessions will take place on the digital meeting platform Zoom, but they will be accessible for people with computers and smartphones and for people who only have access to a landline phone.

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Shape up with Spurs – Metro Blind Sport Sessions

Shape up with Spurs – Metro Blind Sport Sessions

Shape up with Spurs – they are now offering a unique opportunity for Metro Blind Sport members to access a group session. The session has been designed especially for Metro Blind Sport members, helping to build confidence in taking part and accessing physical activity from the home.

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Wheels for Wellbeing restarted Monday Sessions!

Wheels for Wellbeing restarted Monday Sessions!

At Wheels for Wellbeing, we have restarted our Monday sessions at Herne Hill Velodrome in Southwark, although we are operating a booking system (groups of up to 6 people cycling for 45 minutes, over a 3-hour period – i.e. a total of 18 people). Tandem Cycling only supported if both tandem riders are from the same social  Bubble…

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Return to Play: Sports and Leisure Sector Guidance

RNIB BBS & Metro Blind Sport's Best Practice Leisure Guidelines

Best Practice Leisure Guidelines for Covid-19: Supporting your blind and partially sighted members and participants. With a little support blind and partially sighted people can stay safe whilst being active.

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