Our services Peer support and friendship Peer support Cam Sight runs monthly meetings across Cambridgeshire for adults living with low vision and blindness, their carers, and their family members. The groups provide an opportunity to meet others within the community with similar experiences. By sharing tips on how to do things differently and helping one another, great friendships are formed. Groups meet on a weekday morning or afternoon for members to enjoy a range of different activities from guest speakers, entertainment, quizzes, and light refreshment. Members are kept updated on the newest equipment and support available from Cam Sight and other local and national organisations. Groups are currently held in: • Bar Hill• Bourn• Burwell• Cambridge• Chatteris• Cottenham• Fulbourn• Girton• Haslingfield• Histon and Impington• Linton• Littleport• Melbourn• Sawston• Soham• Stapleford• Whittlesey• Wisbech People from neighbouring villages are most welcome to attend. If you would like to join one of the groups, please contact Lulu Kirby on 01223 420033 ext. 24 or [email protected] Our groups meet in 18 villages and towns across Cambridgeshire, with 1,830 visits from clients over the year. This averages out to 166 people visiting the groups each month. “We are able to ask questions about our particular problems and get answers. It enables you to find out about what’s available – services, equipment, etc. I absolutely rely on the big calendar we can buy at Christmas.” - Group Member. Photo: The Wisbech support group trying out useful pieces of equipment for the kitchen.