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National Guidance to Support Safe Sighted Guiding

National Guidance to Support Safe Sighted Guiding

National Guidance to Support Safe Sighted Guiding ; The Department for Health and Social Care, DHSC, has on the second September issued its guidance below, Supporting people outside of their home, assisting people who may have had problems going out on their own while maintaining social distancing:

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BBS Archery AGM 10th Sept 2020

British Blind Sport's Archery AGM 10th Sept 2020

The BBS Archery AGM will be held on Zoom this year on Thursday 10th September 2020 at 6:30 pm.

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FREE Martial Arts with MMARAP – 24 Sept 2020

Free Martial arts for Blind and Partially Sighted people starts 24 Sept

These sessions are free, funded by Vision Foundation. They are aimed at the blind and visually impaired, aged 15 and above, but everyone is welcome, including the deaf, disabled, disadvantaged and non-disabled

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Managing Sight Loss Sessions with London Vision!

Managing Sight Loss sessions with London VIsion

Managing Sight Loss sessions London Vision has been working in partnership with RNIB to deliver Living with Sight Loss courses across London. The need to continue social distancing means that we won’t be delivering face to face courses until January 2021. We have now delivered fifteen Zoom-based Managing Sight Loss sessions since mid-July. Sessions are friendly and … Continue reading Managing Sight Loss Sessions with London Vision!

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Sorry to report the death of one of our Metro Bowlers

Sorry to report the death of one of our Metro Bowlers: Ken Howell

One of our bowlers Ken Howell passed away in hospital on the 5th of August 2020 at the age of 78.  He was diagnosed with cancer a year ago and battled through his chemotherapy treatment, and stayed at home until shortly before his death. 

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