Please see the notice below in relation to a meeting that we are hosting in conjunction with other sight loss charities in Peterborough on:

Wednesday 28th November at 12.15pm – 3.00pm at Westgate New Church, Westgate, PE1 1RG

The meeting is about helping to shape the future in Peterborough for people with sight loss and your contributions and experiences will be heard in order to help us put forward a joint proposal to the council.

This is immediately after our usual coffee morning and members are welcome to stay with us, or just come to the meeting at 12.15pm, where we will be having lunch and refreshments to find out more.

If you can’t make the meeting, but would still like to contribute with your views and experiences, then please get in touch on 01733 344844 or email us with details to

An idea of numbers attending will help with catering so please contact us if you can make it.


“A future with vision for people with sight loss in and around Peterborough”

England Vision Strategy along with key sight loss partners in Peterborough (PAB, Guide Dogs, RNIB and Deaf Blind UK) are inviting you to a consultation forum on Wednesday 28th November starting at 12.15pm which will be held at Westgate New Church Rooms, 68b Westgate, Peterborough PE1 1RG.

People living with sight loss in and around Peterborough need to have their voice heard and we need to hear your voice. This is your opportunity to tell us what you need to enable you to live life as you want to despite your sight loss. We want to hear your stories and experiences and learn from them in order to develop a meaningful sensory strategy for Peterborough City Council Adult Commissioners and the CCG moving forward.

Please do come along, join in and participate. We will have lunch and refreshments and aim to finish by 3pm to enable you to get home before it gets dark.

To find out more information or to let us know you can come please contact Peterborough Association for the Blind 01733 344 844 or by e-mailing and putting “Have your say on sensory services in Peterborough” in the subject line

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