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Every year Royal Blind dedicates a week to the dots. National Braille Week raises awareness of the tactile code that cracked open the written world to millions of blind and partially sighted people across the world. The week will take place from October 6 – 12 this year, coinciding with World Sight Day on Thursday 9th October, and we encourage as many people as possible to get involved and help us spread the word on braille and other alternative formats.
Ready to run for Royal Blind? We have charity places available in Edinburgh’s zany Road Block Run.
Are you on a mission to get fit? Do you enjoy running? If the answer is yes, have you considered fundraising for Royal Blind at the same time?
We are enormously proud of our former pupil, Libby Clegg, who won Gold for Scotland last night in the Commonwealth Games.
Having run for a few years, I always planned to run my first marathon when I turned 40. The natural choice was do run the Edinburgh marathon and raise money for the Royal Blind School to say a huge thank you to them on behalf of my entire family for all their support and care given to my Nephew Lloyd over the last 12 years.
The Royal Blind School provides much more than an education. Pupils learn valuable life skills to prepare them for the transition to adulthood.
David Mundell MP, Scotland Office Minister, visited Braeside House on Wednesday 9 July 2014 to participate in a current affairs debate with residents.
Many residents were keen to learn about the work of the Scotland Office, who represent the devolved powers of Scotland in Westminster, and discuss the forthcoming referendum.
At Royal Blind, we’re passionate about getting you motivated and involved in all of our amazing projects!
Today we also say a fond farewell to our school leavers.