News for vision impaired people
Topics covered include Sports, Events, VI technology and VI campaigns.
EA’s Sporting Champions!
Everyone Active’s Sporting Champions provides funding and support for talented athletes from across the UK. Possible funding between £1,000 and £5,000 in funding support and free access to all of its leisure facilities across the UK.Continue Reading
Blind In Business Workshop 26 April
“Expectations Exceeded” Parent and family workshop Learn and speak with young, blind and visually impaired people who are working in modern careers.
Get views and opinions on their education, finding work, the technology they use, what support they have and what experiences they’ve had throughout their lives.
Try Something New in 2019
I play a lot of blind tennis but my new year’s resolution for 2019 is to be brave and try out new things. I looked in Metroblindsport newsletter to see what activities were on offer and spotted archery. I knew a few friends who have been doing it for years and had always been intrigued as to how it works for blind or partially sighted archers.Continue Reading
‘Victoria’ Ballet AD and Touch Tour!
Northern Ballet will be performing their brand new production of ‘Victoria’ at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in the next few weeks and we will be providing an Audio Description for one of the performances for visually impaired patrons. The day includes a chance for patrons (and companions if required), to take part in an insight workshop and touch tour to learn more about the production.Continue Reading
Caldecotte Xperience Family Day!
Come and join VICTA for our wet and wild, water sports based family day taking place at the Caldecotte Xperience Water Sports Centre in Milton Keynes. Promising to be a fun filled day, children and siblings (and maybe some of the big kids), will be able to have a go at a selection of different water sports, so don’t forget your towel!Continue Reading