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
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
Free One-To-One Technology Training Sessions On Offer For People Living With Sight Loss In King’s Lynn
Vision impaired people in west Norfolk are being offered free one-to-one technology training sessions to help them make the most of technology to help them
A new member of staff at the King’s Lynn hub of Norfolk’s sight loss charity has been appointed with the aim of expanding the organisation’s
Blind and vision impaired people from all over Norfolk gathered in Norwich Cathedral for a brief service to honour the founder of the county’s sight
We are celebrating World Sight Day by holding our Annual Public Meeting and releasing our Annual Review for 2022 – 2023 featuring statements from our Chair of Trustees, Chief Executive, an introduction to our new 5 year strategy and a review of our financial year.
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