Centenary Bike Ride.
Gail Blackwell, Sally Skeldon and Julie Petrie-Symes are raising awareness and sponsorship for Cam Sight’s centenary year by covering 100 miles in recognition of 100 years of Cam Sight’s services to sensory impaired people in Cambridge and area.
The bike ride will cover the villages of Littleport, Soham, Burwell, and Fulbourn on the first day and Sawston, Stapleford, Shelford, Melbourn, Haslingfield and back to Cam Sight on the second day.
They will stop off at each village and would love it if you could come and give them some support – they’d be delighted to see you.
If you would like to sponsor them, you can make a donation through the JustGiving website, which is simple, fast and totally secure.
Their fundraising pages are:
If you would like more information please contact Julie 01223 420033.
Low Vision Exhibition for visually impaired people and professionals
Tuesday 7 August 2012
10am – 4pm
List of exhibitors todate:
Calibre Audio Library
Cambridge Deaf Association
RNIB audio description service
Sight and Sound Technology
British Wireless for the Blind
Professional Vision Services
Enhanced Vision Europe
Dolphin Computer Access Ltd
Cobolt Systems Ltd
We look forward to welcoming you.
Kettle’s Yard, the University of Cambridge’s modern and contemporary art gallery, are running a workshop for blind and partially sighted people and their friends.
Join artist Filipa Pereira-Stubbs for an object-handling and practical art session, inspired by the permanent collection at Kettle’s Yard on Wednesday 7 March, 10.30am – 12.30pm.
Free of charge, to book a place please contact Becky Cawdry on 01223 420033 or email@example.com