Black and white bowls balls on the green mat inside the activity centre

Have You Checked Out Our Latest Range of Activities?

Getting out, meeting others and staying active is good for our health and mental wellbeing. We bring people together and support those living with sight loss to enjoy a wide variety of accessible creative, cultural, sports and social activities.


From days out and weekly craft classes, to nature, heritage or theatre trips, a game of darts, boccia, bowls, yoga, cycling, gardening and photography. Join in and enjoy a range of activities to suit your interests – or try something new, we are here to help. Everyone is welcome at any of our activities regardless of where they live.


Vision Norfolk has over 25 different activities and groups available for adults living with sight loss in Norfolk (with additional groups for children, young people and families).
You can find the list of activities on our newly updated activities page:

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