We are Norfolk’s charity for people living with sight loss and visual impairment. Providing daily support in the community, at our centres in Norwich, King’s Lynn and Great Yarmouth, as well as our specialist housing, we help those affected by sight loss to live life fully.
All visually-impaired people in Norfolk live independent and fulfilled lives
To support visually impaired people of all ages in Norfolk to overcome barriers to independence and to live the lives they want.
Changes to the way we are governed
Vision Norfolk is currently reviewing our governance structure – you can learn more here. Included in this review is the position of our current members, as a result of which we are not admitting new members at this time.
Be part of our community
Parents and carers
Teresa Kay is mum to Rhiannon who was born with a rare eye condition, Aniridia. She enjoys our Young Eyes activities, Rainbow Sparks:
“Young Eyes has been a life-saver and it’s been amazing to meet other families going through similar experiences – we have made some fantastic friends. I know Vision Norfolk will help to support Rhiannon’s needs as she grows.”
Zoe Tinkler is a volunteer who drives and supports clients on activities at our King’s Lynn community hub:
“Everything impresses me about Vision Norfolk and it’s lovely to have a voice and be included in the charity’s plans for the future. I see firsthand how happy it makes clients to spend time enjoying sociable activities and learning new skills.”
North Walsham optician Richard Morris plans to run a marathon to raise funds for Vision Norfolk:
“I took up running because I wanted to be slimmer and healthier – now I am doing it to raise money for an amazing local charity.”