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London Underground: Turn Up and Go Resumes Normal Service!

London Underground Turn Up and Go Resumes Normal Service! photo of a tube train by the platform

Turn Up and Go resumes normal service – From Monday 19 October, we will resume the Turn-Up and Go service on the London Underground. This means we will provide physical assistance on request.

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Sight Loss Councils launched #StreetsForAll 

Sight Loss Councils has launched  the Streets For All Campaign.

Sight Loss Councils has launched the Streets For All Campaign. The campaign will raise awareness of the challenges and engage directly with local authorities and politicians to call for accessible #StreetsForAll.

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RSBC Sensory Spooktacular Fri 30 Oct!

RSBC's Sensory Spooktacular is coming on 30th October

RSBC Sensory Spooktacular Fri 30 Oct! online sensory story time for all children and their families that will include a scary story, Halloween activities and interactive games that you can take part in the comfort of your own home.

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BBS New ” Active at Home” Virtual Program!

British Blind Sport adapts virtual delivery programme

Rather than have one workout per week, BBS will now run a live workout week at the beginning of each month with a different inclusive class each night from Monday to Friday at 6 pm.

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Blind & VI Tennis Every Thursday in Sutton!

Vision Impaired Tennis at Sutton Tennis Village for B1and Beginners

Blind & VI Tennis Every Thursday at Sutton Sports Village, Rose Hill, Sutton, SM1 3HH Time:  10.30  – 12.oo  pm   Term time only Cost: First-time FREE Contact to book & register interest: Andrew.jeffery@gll.org

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