Three friends sat on a bench by a wall, drinking takeaway coffee. The woman on the left is white, with black hair, and she is laughing. The man in the middle is south Asian and wearing a baseball cap. His mobility cane is tucked under his arm. The woman on the right has brown hair, is wearing glasses and smiling at her friends.

Supporting blind and partially sighted people who live, work and study in London

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Our mission is to make London equal and inclusive, by connecting, supporting, and empowering blind and partially sighted people.

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Our latest news

  • community community organisations events

    Blind in Greenwich – local community organisation

    London Vision is excited to be working closer with groups like Blind in Greenwich, a peer support and social activity group for blind and partially sighted people and others affected by vision loss, based in Greenwich.

  • Blind Ambition takes over the Working Age Forum (WAF)

    Blind Ambition is pleased to announce that it will be taking over the running of the Working Age Forum (WAF) going forward.

  • events

    London Vision Information Day in Woolwich

    London Vision held its first Information Day on 13 April 2022, at the Clockhouse Community Centre in Woolwich. Read this piece to find out which organisations were there and future plans!

  • News transport

    The stress of travelling to work as a blind person

    April is Stress Awareness Month, and Hassan Khan has written about the stress of his everyday commute to work, and what helps him manage it.

  • employment

    Former intern Renu Walia becomes RNIB’s 100th ECLO

    Former London Vision intern Renu Walia recently become the RNIB's 100th Eye Clinic Liaison Officer. Learn more about how the internship helped her secure this role in this new piece.

  • campaigning campaigns Retinitis Pigmentosa

    Retinitis Pigmentosa Awareness Month – Bhavini’s story

    Bhavini Makwana was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa at 17, and she draws on her lived experience of the condition in her work and volunteering.

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