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Supporting people living with sight loss in Warwickshire since 1911

Donate to our Christmas fundraiser

We have created an online Christmas fundraiser to help support our charity.

You can leave your own personal Christmas message and help decorate our virtual Christmas wreath with festive bows and baubles by making a small donation!

Please visit: https://visufund.com/warwickshire-vision-supports-christmas-wreath

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Warwickshire Vision - Summer 2021

Stay connected with the latest news and updates through the Warwickshire Vision magazine. 

Warwickshire Vision includes the most recent advice and guidance from our rehabilitation team, information on the latest equipment, interviews, IT support and money-saving tips. 

In this 2021 Summer edition, we have an exclusive conversation with blind stand-up comedian Chris McCausland and an introduction to our new CEO.

Download the PDF below or click here to download the Microsoft Word version

Roy's Skydive for WVS

On Sunday 3rd October, Roy and his daughter Debbie are undertaking the challenge of a lifetime. They will be jumping out of a plane in aid of their chosen sight loss charities.

Roy, who is 87 years young, will be doing the skydive to raise funds for us. He was registered blind several years ago and regularly attends our Nuneaton Vision Support Centre. He has made some great friends there and Warwickshire Vision's support, resources and advice has been invaluable in supporting him and his family with adjusting to his visual impairment. Debbie will be raise money for Guide Dogs.

A link to their fundraising page is here. Please donate if you can.

Unfortunately Roy has not been able to make his jump and they are cancelled over the winter. It is now booked for 11th March 2022.


Good luck Roy & Debbie!

Warwick Walking Group

We’re taking full advantage of being able to meet in groups (and of the nice weather!) and have created a new walking group made specifically for people living with sight loss.

Taking place every Tuesday morning from 10:30 - 11:30 at the cafe St Nicholas’ Park, Warwick, we meet in a group and venture across the park. We usually walk for up to an hour and will then sit as a group and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee. If you’re living in or around the Warwick area and enjoy being outside and meeting new people, come and join us!

We’re accepting people of all abilities, it doesn’t matter if you want to speedwalk your way through or just join us for a leisurely stroll! 

If you are interested in joining us, please email Rebecca at rebecca.bourton@warwickshire.vision with the subject “Walking Group” or call 01926 411331

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