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Royal National College for the Blind

The RNC is working in partnership with the FA to run an England Talent Day specifically for VI footballers.  Anyone who has played football and is registered blind or partially sighted can attend on Saturday 14th April 2018, 10.30 - 1.30.

Budding footballers will be split into two age categories: 7 - 11 years and 12 - 16 years.

Male and female players are welcome.  Contact Tom Bendall or go to the RNC website




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Inclusive Cycling Roadshow

You have an opportunity to try disability accessible bikes on Wednesday 28th March, come along and try!

Free of charge!

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Farewell to Frank Smith

Frank has been volunteering for Sutton Vision for over 30 years.  For a number of years he would visit clients on Christmas morning who were alone for the day.  He has been a Trustee, supported our social groups and activities and bought much pleasure, brightness and great friendship to many clients for many years by calling them every Wednesday morning for a chat.  Conversations have been lively, sometimes serious but always greatly appreciated by those he spoke to.  Frank has great understanding of sight loss being VI himself.

Sadly today has been Frank's last day at SV, he is leaving Sutton to live closer to his family.  Everyone here at Sutton Vision would like to thank him for his continued support, kindness and above all, friendship.  We will keep in touch with him and will miss him very much.   

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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 to register your inerest or find out more information. 


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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.