News and events Warren and Friends 'Quiz & Raffle' for Cam Sight Warren and his friends are holding a quiz and raffle fundraising event for Cam Sight, and they would love it if you could come along! They have written the quiz which includes rounds on history, geography, sport, film and TV, art and literature, food and drink, science and nature, general knowledge. They will be replacing the picture round with a music intro round covering as many eras as possible. There can be no more than six in a team and people of any age are welcome. £5 per person - payable on the door. Please let Warren know if you would like to come and how many people you will be coming with via [email protected] or 07939 181288 All money goes to Cam Sight. Under 16’s welcome to attend Parking is free at Long Road Sixth Form College a 2 minutes walk away. Disabled parking at and around The Frank Lee Centre. Please find Warren's story below on his involvement with Cam Sight over the past 10 years since losing much of his sight. "I am fundraising for Cam Sight because I lost a considerable amount of my sight during the summer of 2009, at the age of 19, whilst I was doing my A-Level exams. Cam Sight initially helped me with things such as teaching me to touch type and use screen reading software and they raised the funds to get a tandem that they loan to me, keeping my love for cycling alive. Cam Sight continued to support me with the forms I needed to get into university and some of their fantastic volunteers helped me by transcribing some interviews I recorded for my dissertation. Without their great help, I would have found it very difficult to graduate from Anglia Ruskin University in the summer of 2013 with a 2-1 in history. Since graduating from university, I have found employment and bought my own home. I feel the support of Cam Sight has played a significant role in helping me maintain the confidence and drive necessary to live a fulfilling life where I have gone to university, played sport at national level and managed to buy my own home and live independently. Since being introduced to Cam Sight, I have realised the charity supports visually impaired people in Cambridgeshire of any age and in whatever capacity necessary whether it is emotional support, mobility training, technology assistance or organising social events for visually impaired people such as rural support groups and youth groups. Therefore, Considering Cam Sight has been instrumental in the upkeep of not only my upbeat nature, confidence and independence, but also that of others, I thought it would be nice to give something back to them and every year since 2010, I have held a fundraising quiz and raffle."