MSSC Walking Group
The next walk is a BIG ONE. Much more of an independent distance walk acroos 16 of London's bridges, as well as Battersea Park, The London Eye, The Millenium Bridge and the Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
We will start at Putney Station - options for the walk are
a) Putney to Vauxhall which is about 7 miles
b) Putney to Waterloo which is about 11 miles
c) Putney to Tower Bridge which is about 15 miles
E-mail email@example.com to register your inerest or find out more information.
Carshalton Boys Sports College
Thank you to some Y8 students for inviting us to speak to them about sight loss. It was a good and interesting afternoon. The students participated in sighted guiding, demonstration of smart devices and activities using various resources. They learnt about various eye conditions and tried the simi specs to try to understand a little of what it is like living with sight loss.
They showed a great deal of interest and demonstrated good knowledge and asked very good questions.
Good luck to them as they participate in a competition to raise money for Sutton Vision.
Eye Clinic Liaison Officer (ECLO)
We are fortunate to have Ann Ryan (ECLO) based at St Helier Hospital Eye Unit. Ann is there to offer advice, information and support. If you would like to contact her please telephone 0792 065 0613 or call Sutton Vision on 020 8409 7166.
Royal National College for the Blind
Have a Go Weekend - Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th February 2018.
A free fun filled weekend with different activities for young people aged between 13 and 17 in the safe setting of the College campus. You will get the opportunity to meet other people of a similar age and enjoy some activities for example:
- Performing Arts and Media with the Chapel Arts team
- Judo with the Sports Academy
- A range of academic subjects
- Golf, bowling and a meal off-campus
For more information visit the events page www.rnc.org.uk
See My Voice Leadership Programme
See My Voice is a national, inclusive sports volunteering and leadership programme supporting 11-18 years olds with a visual impairment. The programme will enable people to develop new skills, gain experience, make new friends and empower them to voice their opinions.
For details and how to apply before 29th January go go www.britishblindsport.org.uk/news/-2017-12-19/