Asian elderly man to the left with grey hair and a white beard, sat next to a white man with white hair and beard and brown sunglasses. They are sat outside on a bench.

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

Bhavini Makwana, a South Asian British woman walking on a footpath towards the camera. She is being guided by her black Labrador guide dog. She is walking along a residential street, and there are cars lining the road behind her.

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Our vision is a society and a capital city where blind and partially sighted people can participate fully.

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  • #BlindnessAwarenessMonth blind sport

    Croysutt Warriors profile

    London Vision travelled to a Croysutt Warriors training session to get an in person taste of goalball for Blindness Awareness Month.

  • #BlindnessAwarenessMonth braille National Braille Week

    Braillists Foundation – the go to Braille people

    To celebrate National Braille Week, London Vision spoke to Braillists Foundation about braille tech and the Braille for Beginners course.

  • braille reading technology

    Braille and me

    Liam O'Carroll writes about what braille has meant in his life and how it helped him achieve his language qualifications.

  • disability health

    Unsure about how to offer assistance to blind people? Here’s how!

    As part of Blindness Awareness Month, London Vision's Liam O'Carroll and Jonathan Ward have put together some useful tips for assisting blind and partially sighted people while out and about.

  • #BlindnessAwarenessMonth sports

    Get into Goalball!

    This Blindness Awareness Month, get into Goalball! Check out this article in collaboration with Goalball UK and learn about opportunities in London.

  • London Vision has moved

    London Vision moved from its Pocklington Hub base within the BMA building in September 2021, and is now based at 3 Queen Square, WC1N 3AR.

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