The Socialise 18-55 group will be meeting on Saturday 20th of January at 1pm at Llandudno Train Station.
Vision Support has been hosting Information Stands at hospitals in North Wales this month to support Sensory Loss Awareness Month. It Makes Sense’ Sensory Loss Awareness Month is an annual national campaign to promote the NHS Wales Standards for A
Vision Support is delighted to be one of the Brightlife Bright Ideas award winners for 2017. Staff and service users attended a launch ceremony on the 13th November where the winners were officially announced. Nearly a quarter of a million pounds
Congratulations to all of the walkers and dogs who raised over £400 which will be used to for services for people with sight loss. Everyone enjoyed the day and a big thanks to Chester Business Club for organising this successful event.
On behalf of Vision Support and the people with vision impairment we work with, we wish to express our sincere appreciation to Llandrillo College and the retail students for raising £127.60 on their sponsored walk on the 24 May. The students were joined
Raise money for Vision Support and enjoy a great day out!! Chester Business Club is offering all local charities the opportunity to raise funds for their own charitable coffers by getting volunteers to take part in the annual Chester Charity Walk. Vision
What we do: We lend, at no cost (i.e. for free), tandems and tag-alongs to (and only to) people with disabilities or additional needs, who are unable to ride a bike safely on their own, so that they can enjoy the wonders of cycling. A Contact form needs