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Tactile Universe
Tactile Universe Galaxy Images

Fantastic Tactile Universe session at My Sight Notts yesterday! Many thanks to Nic Bonne for facilitating. Tactile Universe aims to engage people with sight loss in astronomy. Did you ...

Win £500 on our charity raffle!
Len Jackson's Raffle Video

It’s feel good friday and you could be celebrating winning £500 on our charity raffle! You’ve got to be in it to win it, so if you have a few £ […]...

Visually Impaired Marathon Man Raises £620!
Photo shows, (left to right) Mark Spencer (Local MP and Government Chief Whip) with Paul Baskcomb (in the middle) and Chris Barnfather (Notts County Councillor and  Chairman of Ravenshead Parish Council)

Congratulations to our very own visually impaired Marathon Man, Paul who has whipped past his fundraising target of £250 to raise £620 for My Sight Notts and a Ravenshead community [...

You’ve got to be in it to win it!
Enter our chary raffle and win! £500 pounds.One pound a ticket.0115 9706 806

You could be celebrating winning £500 on our charity raffle! You’ve got to be in it to win it, so if you have a few £ to spare, contact us […]...

Important information about services
IT Group Member

We’re thrilled to announce the resumption of some of our face-to-face services from week beginning 19 April, and the launch of some exciting new services for visually impaired people...

My Sight Charity Shop 10-12 Carlton Street Reopening

Brilliant news! Our charity shop at 10-12 Carlton Street, Hockley NG11NN is reopening today in line with the easing of #Lockdown restrictions. Opening times are Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4...

Shared Vision
Shared Vision Poster with details described in the blog post

Do you or someone you care about need support to help you come to terms with sight loss?  Face the future with confidence Join Shared Vision, our award-winning free peer […]...

Dad and Son Run for Our Charity
Photo shows Stephen Murphy and his son Joseph smiling at the camera with their arms around each other in full running kit

They were inspired to run for us because Stephen’s auntie Linda suffered a major stroke, which left her visually impaired. Linda enjoys our Nottingham Thursday Social Group and Steph...

March 21, 2021 is Census Day

March 21 is census day, by taking part you’ll be helping plan services for your area. To help make the census form even more accessible for #VisuallyImpaired people, we’re now [&he...

Blind and Deaf artist draws on lockdown for inspiration

Local blind and deaf artist, Robert Allcock aged 54 from Mapperley draws inspiration from his lockdown fears and his hopes for a happier future to create two very different paintings. ...