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3rd July 2019

Internship with Thomas Pocklington

Please follow the link below for more information.

https://www.pocklington-trust.org.uk/communications-intern/

 

3rd July 2019

RNIB call for participants in survey with incentive of 100

RNIB Call for participants in a survey with incentive of £100. They are looking for blind and partially sighted people aged 45-75 years old who have only been registered blind or partially sighted in the last 3 years; and additionall, people aged 75 years and over who might have been registered for longer who has an age related condition. The RNIB wish to explore how the organisation can better engage with blind and partially sighted people. The workshop will include £100 thank you for taking part. They are also offering support with travel coast and thos of a chaperone if required on an individual needs basis. If you are interested in taking part then please email info@peoplesviews.net with the following information: 

Name, Age, Are you registered as severly sight impaired/partially sighted or mild sight loss, How long you have been registered, Is your condition stable/variable/deteriorating/unsure, How familiar are you with RNIB, ethnic background, do you require a chaperone or any additionl help attending and participating?, telephone number.

RNIB would like to send you additional information prior to the event such as an agenda

1st July 2019

Social Media

Sutton Vision is now on Facebook

 

Please like our page for more information on events and what Sutton Vision are upto

 

https://www.facebook.com/suttonvision/ 

3rd June 2019

Sutton Vision- Mayors Chosen Charity for 2019- 2020

A councillor has become the Mayor of Sutton for the second time in four years.

Cllr Muhammad Sadiq, a businessman and primary school governor, was elected to the role on May 20 alongside the new Deputy Mayor, Cllr Annie Moral.

Cllr Sadiq, who was elected to the council for the Wallington South ward in 2014, previously served as Sutton’s Mayor during the 2015/16 municipal year.

He would complete the Mayoral term in 2016, and be elected as vice-chair of the council’s planning committee, before being voted back in as a councillor in the 2018 elections.

“I am honoured to have been re-elected as Mayor of Sutton for this municipal year [2019/20],” Cllr Sadiq said. “I have always tried to contribute to Sutton, whether through serving communities or in other ways.

“To be given the opportunity to serve the residents of Sutton again as Mayor is a privilege beyond words.”

His two chosen charities for this year are Sutton Vision and Oaks Way Centre, which both provide residents with care and support.

 

New Deputy Mayor, Cllr Moral, is serving in the role for the first time since being elected to the council in 2018.

Having lived in the borough since arriving from Middlesbrough in 1976, she worked in sheltered housing in Sutton for nearly 40 years before retiring in 2017.

“I am honoured to be appointed Deputy Mayor,” she said. “I look forward to building on the work of the many people in Sutton who have created the vibrant society in which we all take part and take pride.”

28th March 2019

Tate Britain Audio Description Tours

Audio Description Tours at Tate Modern this season:

Monday 15th April 11.00 - 12.15

Meet in the Manton Studio from 10.00 for refreshments 

Free - no booking required

Mike Nelson - The Asset Strippers

Monday 20th May 11.00 - 12.15

Pleae meet in the Manton Studio for refreshments

Free- booking is required - only 20 places available

Tates Coffee Roastery - coffee tasting

Sunday 23rd June 18.30 - 20.30

Vincent Van Gogh in London - A private view for blind and p/s people only

Free - RSVP 

Drinks reception in the Manton Studio

 For more information telephone Marcus Dickey-Horley 07733 110244 or e-mail marcus.dickeyhorley@tate.org.uk

https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain