We organise a wide range of events across London and the South East for 0-25 year olds with vision impairment, so you can normally find an event or place to meet near you. Below is a list of upcoming events, you can find the full list on our meet up calendar:
Keyboard designed to improve typing for vision impaired iPad users
A new low-cost app has been developed to improve the typing experience for vision impaired iPad users. The High Vis…
12 year old Abire’s confidence has soared with RLSB’s Sports Without Limits programme
Abire, 12, from Tooting in South London has several eye conditions which has left her vision impaired since birth. Before…
How to recognise the new fiver when you can’t see
On September 13, the Bank of England launched the new £5 bank note, and as a totally blind person I was…
RLSB wins the Breakthrough of the Year at the Third Sector Awards 2016
The Royal London Society for Blind People (RLSB) has won the Breakthrough of the Year award at the Third Sector…
“I have a real sense of achievement at the end of each day” says blind trainee engineer Hockley
When Hockley started to lose his sight at the age of 12, he thought that he’d have to give up…
Crowd funded campaign aims to get ten thousand Brazilian children to Paralympics
A crowd funding campaign is aiming to get 10,000 Brazilian children and people with disabilities to the Paralympics. On 30…
Cook up a storm with RLSB!
In 2015, RLSB ran a series of cooking workshops for blind and partially sighted residents in Tower Hamlets and Haringey….
How can the Apple Watch help blind people at work?
Alex Man is vision impaired and RLSB’s new Assistive Technology Officer. His role involves training vision impaired members of our…
Get your 5K & 10K training schedule for the RLSB Blindfold Run
With less than three months until the RLSB Blindfold Run we’ve teamed up with personal trainer Julian Wakefield to bring…
5 ways you can support your vision impaired child
As the new Family Engagement Worker for RLSB in South and South East London, Astrid has been working with children…
8 things you should know about Ben Nevis
You probably already know that standing at an impressive 1,345 metres (4,412 ft) tall, Ben Nevis is the highest peak…
5 pro stretching tips to get your run up to speed!
We have loads of challenge events that you can do to raise money for blind children and young people in…
Which challenge event are you?
We have loads of really exciting things that you can do to raise money for blind and partially sighted children…
Can a blind person be a fashion designer?
At RLSB, we know that blind young people have the potential to achieve their dreams and challenge negative perceptions of…
12 stages of running the RLSB Blindfold Run
Feel the thrill of running blind with a friend or family member as your guide! The RLSB Blindfold Run is…