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Key services: Everyday products, Support groups, Home visiting, Learning braille, Book clubs

See more details for Blind and Sight Impaired Society (BASIS)

Bolton Society for Blind People

User rating: 5 stars

  • Bolton Society for Blind People
  • Address: The Sensory Centre at Thicketford, 336 Ainsworth Lane, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Lancashire, BL2 2QL
  • Tel:01204 337 896
  • Email: info@bsbp.org.uk
  • Web:www.bsbp.org.uk

Key services: Clubs and classes, Social functions, Trips and outings, Befriending

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Key services: Clubs and classes, Trips and outings, Other sports, Support groups, Computer skills

See more details for Bridge VIS (Bridgend & District Visual Impairment Society)

Croydon Vision

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Key services: Low vision services, Talking newspapers, Clubs and classes, Emotional support, Assistive technology training

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  • Address: Mallard House Business Centre, The Old Station, Little Bealings, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP13 6LT
  • Tel:01473 611 011
  • Email: info@esab.org.uk
  • Web:www.esab.org.uk

Key services: Low vision aids, Everyday products, Clubs and classes, Home visiting, Community advice

See more details for East Suffolk Association for the Blind (ESAB)

EYECAN

User rating: 0 stars

Key services: Low vision aids, Rehabilitation, Emotional support, Mobility training, Assistive technology training

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Key services: Low vision services, Talking newspapers, Low vision aids, Trips and outings, Audio transcription

See more details for Galloway's Society for the Blind (Morecambe)

Haringey Phoenix Group (HPG)

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Key services: Community advice, Befriending, Learning braille, Computer skills, Library services

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Key services: Low vision services, Clubs and classes, Trips and outings, Community advice

See more details for Hastings and Rother Voluntary Association for the Blind (HRVAB)

Key services: Everyday products, Social functions, Support groups, Home visiting

See more details for Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind (HSB)

Islington Outlook

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Key services: Assistive technology products, Clubs and classes, Computer skills, Assistive technology training

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RNIB Reading Choices

User rating: 5 stars

Key services: Talking newspapers, Audio products, Music, Learning braille, Library services

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Sandwell Visually Impaired

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Key services: Talking newspapers, Trips and outings, Support groups, Emotional support, Eye health advice

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Selby District Vision

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Key services: Volunteering, Everyday products, Clubs and classes, Home visiting, Community advice

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Key services: Benefits advice, Employment advice, Assistive technology products, Home visiting, Community advice

See more details for Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind (SRSB)

Sight Support Oldham

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Somerset Sight

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Key services: Hospital information, Low vision services, Low vision aids, Befriending, Everyday living skills

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Thomas Pocklington Trust

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Key services: Low vision services, Trips and outings, Befriending, Supported housing, Respite care

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Walsall Society for the Blind

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Key services: Benefits advice, Talking newspapers, Clubs and classes, Audio transcription, Eye health advice

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Key services: Benefits advice, Clubs and classes, Social functions, Support groups, Befriending

See more details for Waltham Forest Blind Association (WFBA)

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