We will also be visiiting Berwick once a month - find us upstairs in the library in the Walkergate on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 11 - 1pm.
Do you live in the Ashington area and are in need of information relating to sight loss? We will be doing Outreach sessions on the 1st Tuesday of the month from 1 - 2.30pm at the new Leisure Centre in Ashington - come along to see us there.
Do you live in the Ponteland area? In need of help? Contact Ponteland SocialEyes for more information, Moira will be happy to help.
Anyone got a working manual typewriter they no longer need? One of our ladies is in need of one since her trusty 1950's model finally keeled over. It would help her to keep up with her correspondence, unfortunately an electrical one would be no good, it would have to be ...
Did you know that there is a useful tool on Twitter that lets you add audio descpritions to your uploaded photos? You can find out all about it at the link below https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/picture-descriptions It all came about when Rob Long, a visually impaired user himself, found it while searching the options in the ...
We are going to be running Confidence Building courses soon, please get in touch with us if you are interested. First one begins in mid-February and is being run in conjunction with the RNIB.
Are you visually impaired and living in Prudhoe? Join our group on the third Tuesday of the month. Contact Eric for more details.
We are looking to for volunteer Receptionists to be a friendly face on our reception. Days and times to suit you. Can you help? Contact us on 01670 514316 for an application form or email firstname.lastname@example.org for it to be emailed out to you.
Bothal Blind Club meet every Monday from 1pm to 3pm. There is a £3 entrance charge which includes afternoon tea and a raffle plus bring along a tombola prize. For more information contact Susan.Bennett@ncba.org.uk or Karen.Stuart@ncba.org.uk or phone 01670 514316.
'Sounds like Good Communication' Following a successful funding bid we have received a grant from the P & G Fund at the Community Foundation to offer the very popular Sovereign USB players and talking clocks on free long term loan to blind or partially sighted people living in Northumberland. The Sovereign USB ...