• Activity Calendar

    Here is a list of our regular activities to help you plan your diary and have a full and varied social life. Details of all of the activities can be found..

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  • Befriending Scheme

    If like many of our blind and visually impaired members you struggle to leave your home, you may feel isolated from the community or lonely if your family and friends do not..

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  • Activities

    CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR ACTIVITY CALENDAR As well as insuring that the day to day lives of our visually impaired people are improved, we also work hard to insure..

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  • Fundraise

    For more than 100 years Peterborough Association for the Blind has depended upon the generosity of Peterborough residents. Every 15 minutes someone in the UK begins to lose their sight and..

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  • Volunteer

    PAB is run almost entirely by dedicated volunteers (we only have three part time members of staff) so we need many more to ensure that we can not only maintain our level of..

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Welcome to The Peterborough Association for the Blind

We are a registered charity dedicated to helping visually impaired people and their carers find the right level of support and to help them maintain their quality of life. We already support and provide services to around 300 members and that number is growing at a rapid pace. According to the RNIB, this now makes an estimated 4,640 local people living with severe sight loss and why PAB are committed to offer the ongoing help and support that they might need.

Losing your sight or having a family member or friend who has suffered sight loss can be a difficult time. We can guide you through the process of registering as blind or partially sighted and provide information on the role of social services and other organisations that can help you, your family and carers.

We can signpost you to people providing help with day-to-day living support, housing issues, financial management, benefits and attaining self-directed support and individual budgets. For issues outside our areas of expertise, we have developed a network of partners who are experts in their field and we work with them to get the best outcomes for blind and partially sighted people, their family and carers.

Isolation and loss of confidence often accompanies the trauma of losing your sight. Through our activities, we aim to help individuals regain their confidence and feel less isolated so that they can take a more active part in the community. Many of our volunteers have some degree of sight loss themselves so can provide first hand help and support.

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