Vision Impaired Youngster Designs Best-Selling Charity Christmas Card

Rhiannon Kay and her mum Teresa Bell with Rhiannon's charity Christmas card design

A Christmas card designed by a seven year-old vision impaired Norfolk girl is proving to be a huge hit with the public, with hundreds of copies already sold. Rhiannon Kay, from Alpington, designed the card as part of a competition run by the county’s sight loss charity Vision Norfolk, and her colourful picture of a […]

2024 Christmas Art Competition

A table with four hand made holiday cards. One says "Joy! Peaceful" with a white rabit and snow. Another says "let it snow" with snow and a bus. The other two are ownly partly visable, one says "Merry Christmas" and the other has a reindeer. The table also has art supplies and two hands that appear to be working on the cards.

We will be accepting entries for the 2024 Christmas Art Competition from 1st December 2023 until 29th February 2024 for the possibility of featuring your artwork on our charity Christmas cards!

New Monthly Technology Club Launched At Norwich Hub


Vision impaired people in Norwich are being offered free one-to-one technology training sessions to help them make the most of technology to help them live independently – and a new monthly discussion group to help those living with sight loss use technology has also been launched. Norfolk sight loss charity Vision Norfolk has teamed up […]

Great Yarmouth hub group visit Time and Tide Museum

Group from Vision Norfolk at Time and Tide Museum in Great Yarmouth

A group from the Great Yarmouth hub had a special visit to the town’s Time and Tide Museum. The museum, which tells the story of Great Yarmouth from sandbank to thriving port and seaside resort, occupies the premises of the Tower Fish Curing Works, orginally built in 1850, and which closed in 1988. The £4.7 […]

Vision Impaired Bird Lovers Get Wise To Owls In Head-Turning Visit

Kelci Batch holds a tawny owl

A group of vision impaired people from Great Yarmouth took part in a head-turning experience when they got up close and personal with three owls during a specially arranged visit to the Fritton Owl Sanctuary. Fifteen blind and vision impaired visitors and volunteers were able to hold and stroke a barn owl, a tawny owl […]