On Wednesday and Thursday this week (15th and 16th April), Action for blind people’s mobile Sight Loss Information and Advice Service will be coming to Peterborough. The free service aims to inform visitors about local and national sources of help for visually impaired people, their families and friends.

Location: The mobile unit (large white lorry) will be located on St John’s Square, Outside St John’s Church, at the rear of the Guildhall, Peterborough.

When: Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th April 2015 from 10:00am to  4:00pm

What is the mobile sight loss information service and what does it do?

Three mobile sight loss resource vehicles travel to locations throughout England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Visitors can try for themselves the latest technology and gadgets intended to improve daily life for blind and partially sighted people. A friendly and knowledgeable team are on hand to demonstrate equipment and products, and to offer free and impartial advice on sight loss.

What will I find on the mobile?

A whole range of practical advice is available on the mobile, from demonstrations on the latest low vision equipment to simply answering any questions you may have.

The PAB team will be there and we look forward to seeing you too. For more information, please contact the office of click here to here to visit the Action for blind people website.


Posted April 2015