Cam Sight Between the Wars

In April 1921 it became a formally registered charity as the Cambridge Society for the Blind and within six months, re-named itself the Cambridgeshire Society for the Blind.

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Cam Sight since 1945

The post-war years saw the Society moving into new ventures as it now worked with other providers to improve the support provided.

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Cam Sight Today

Cam Sight continues to work with partners to support local children and adults with low vision and blindness.

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The Origins of Cam Sight

Two Cambridge ladies, Mrs Stace and Mrs Lilley, enjoyed the friendship of a blind neighbour, Mrs. Chandler. It was Mrs Chandler who suggested that a space should be made available for local blind people to come together for recreation and support.

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Timeline

A short timeline of the key dates in Cam Sight's history.

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