Archery Sessions Launched For Vision Impaired People In And Around Fakenham

Vision impaired archer Jason Beasley is guided by Archery GB coach Andy Beer

Vision impaired people in and around Fakenham are being offered the chance to add another string to their bow – with the launch of monthly archery sessions being held on the outskirts of the town. The sessions, which will take place on the fourth Wednesday of every month, will enable vision impaired people to take […]

Taster Sessions Offered For Vision Impaired People Wanting To Try Tennis

Vision Norfolk Great Yarmouth hub co-ordinator Edward Bates (left) and tennis coach Mike Reynolds

People living with sight loss in the Great Yarmouth area are being invited to try tennis, with a series of special sessions led by a leading regional tennis trainer. LTA-accredited coach Mike Reynolds will be demonstrating that a vision impairment is not a barrier to getting on the court at the sessions, which are to […]

Lindyhoppers Take To The Dancefloor To Support Young People Living With Sight Loss

Barry Moody of Swingymabob, Teresa Bell, Rhiannon Kay and Evelyn Bell at the tea dance

Nearly 100 jivers and Lindyhoppers put on their dancing shoes at a tea dance to raise over £1,000 to support young people in Norfolk living with sight loss. The event, at Wreningham Village Hall, was organised by dance school Swingymabob to raise money for the Children, Young people and Families programme run by Norfolk’s sight […]

Guided Seafront Walks On Offer For Vision Impaired People In Great Yarmouth

A group of vision impaired walkers from Vision Norfolk step out for a walk on Great Yarmouth seafront

People living with sight loss in the Great Yarmouth area are being given the chance to step out on a bi-monthly guided seafront walk, to boost their physical and mental wellbeing. Vision Norfolk’s hub in the town is organising the walks to enable vision impaired people to enjoy the fresh air, exercise, and social interaction. […]

Council’s Generous Staff Help Vision Impaired Youngsters Get Crafty

Broadland DC donation to Vision Norfolk

Vision impaired children will have lots of new craft items to use thanks to the generosity of staff at a Norfolk council. Staff at Broadland Council donated the gifts as part of a Christmas ‘Giving Tree’ initiative, set up by Council Chair Cllr Caroline Karimi-Ghovanlou, who has chosen Norfolk sight loss charity Vision Norfolk as […]

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!