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Sign the petition for better supermarket access during pandemic!

Sign Petition for Better supermarket access during pandemic!

Sign our joint petition to make sure supermarkets and the Government are doing everything they can to ensure blind and partially sighted people can access priority shopping delivery slots and get the necessities they need through the coronavirus lockdown.

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Yoga with Ness – for the Visually Impaired – 30 min Yoga

Yoga with Ness for the Visually Impaired - 30 min yoga - Audio Described

30 minute yoga class for the visually impaired and blind. I will be using a yoga strap but you could use a belt or towel instead. Please let me know if you need clarification on any of the poses.

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WDBS: Disability Billiards And Snooker!

World Disability Billiards And Snooker (WDBS)

World Disability Billiards And Snooker (WDBS) is a body created in 2015 to give more people with disabilities the opportunity to play cue sports.

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TPT launches COVID-19 Emergency Fund for the Sight Loss Sector!

TPT launches COVID-19 Emergency Fund for the Sight Loss Sector

Thomas Pocklington Trust (TPT) has just launched an emergency fund to support sight loss organisations which are providing vital services to blind and partially sighted people during the COVID-19 pandemic. £500,000 of essential support will be available to sight loss sector organisations. The grants, available to sight loss charities, will be for up to £10,000 pounds or the equivalent of two months’ running costs (whichever is less) for use over the next six months.

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SEEING Exhibition Project via online workshops and phone calls!

SEEING Exhibition Project with VICTA and the Science Gallery London

Call for blind and partially sighted participants to consult on upcoming gallery exhibition Working with an experienced creative practitioner overseeing the whole process, you will have a central role in delivering a key project of the SEEING exhibition. This is likely to take the shape of a multi-sensory, music/song-writing, or spoken word project, and no experience is required.

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