News and updates from London Vision

Here you can read the latest news, responses and press releases from across London Vision.
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Greenwich Transport Forum
We held the first Greenwich transport forum on 8 June at the Clockhouse, and were joined by representatives from TfL and Greenwich Council. Read this piece to learn about the concerns that were raised during the meeting.
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    Living with Stargardt’s disease: highlighting rare diseases on 28 February

    28 February is Rare Disease Day, and we're focussing on Stargardt's disease. Read about Odette Battarel and her experience of the disease.

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    Keeping Lord’s World Class Tour with London Vision

    On 29 January, London Vision took a group of blind and partially sighted people on a special tour of the legendary Lord’s Cricket Ground.

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    Time to Talk Day 2019

    For Time to Talk Day 2019, Raymond Calamaan reflects on his experience dealing with his sight loss for the first time.

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    Sight Loss organisations

    London Vision’s 2019 strategy to strengthen the service provision for blind and partially sighted people across London

    2019 will see London Vision establish itself as the first sight loss organisation dedicated to serving blind and partially sighted people across all of London’s 32 boroughs.

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    Living with Charles Bonnet Syndrome

    For Charles Bonnet Syndrome patient awareness day, Roger Cole from RNIB's Connect Radio writes about his experience of living with CBS.

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    Blind shopping: when the environment is NOT accessible

    Student Charly Nickson's blog is about blind shopping and the negative impact that shared spaces have on public spaces and accessibility.

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    Shopping and swearing

    London Vision Project Coordinator Liam O'Carroll has written a blog for us to highlight some good, but mostly bad, shopping experiences he's had as a person with visual impairment