News for vision impaired people
Topics covered include Blind and partially sighted Sports, Events, VI technology and VI campaigns.
New National Restrictions in England from 5 Nov 2020
Details of how the restrictions will be applied, and how they affect where you can go, and who you can meet with, can be found on the “New National Restrictions from 5 November” page on GOV.UK website.Continue Reading
An inclusive response to COVID-19 in sport and activity
Bringing together disabled people’s experiences with leaders from the sport and leisure sector, this is an event not to be missed. While sport and leisure continue to go through challenging times, the impact of COVID-19 on disabled people has led to widening inequalities.Continue Reading
Upcoming Online Sight Loss Sessions with London Vision!
Each session is themed, and we cover a variety of topics from registration, rights and benefits to sport and leisure. We welcome friends and family and if you’ve never used Zoom we will do our very best to explain how it all works. If you would like to learn more, get in touch via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3761 3651. Why not take a look below and pick a session; The London Vision Team look forward to meeting you:Continue Reading
BBS recruiting stakeholder board for IBSA World Games 2023!
British Blind Sport recruiting stakeholder board members for IBSA World Games 2023! Further to the exciting announcement in the summer that we have been successful with a bid to host the IBSA World Games, the bid partners are taking the next steps to support the delivery of a successful international event. British Blind Sport, Birmingham City Council, University of Birmingham and UK Sport are in the process of creating a Stakeholder Board.Continue Reading
Sense Active online sessions! – week starting 9 Nov!
Free Sense Active online sessions a full week’s worth of activities delivered live and online for you to enjoy at home. They are available at the same time every week and are all completely free!Continue Reading