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Teenager Anneliese Smith has raised nearly £100 for Royal Blind by wearing a blindfold for eight hours to support Royal Blind Week.
Come along to our Information Day about the Royal Blind Jenny's Well Care Home and the Scottish War Blinded Hawkhead Centre. Find out from our staff about the new services that are opening and about job opportunities.
Congratulations to Forward Vision have been named runner up in the UK-wide Care Home Idol music competition.
A group of young adults starred in a festive music video filmed at one of their regular music workshops in December.
The Scottish Parliament played host to an exhibition on the history of the Scottish Braille Press.
MSPs, including convener Stewart McMillan, and representatives of visual impairment organisations attended the Cross-Party Group on Visual Impairment on Tuesday.
A waiting list is now open for Jenny's Well, a new care home that is being purpose built for visually impaired older people in Paisley.
Residents of Royal Blind’s Edinburgh care home for older people have been giving their tips on putting the finishing touches to a brand new service under construction in the West of Scotland.
The Royal Blind School celebrated our National Bard in the traditional style by hosting their own Burns Lunch, complete with haggis, bagpipes, and Scotland’s ‘other’ national drink!
Magic tricks, animal encounters and party games were among the ways members of Royal Blind’s after school club celebrated its fifth birthday!
Our annual fundraising and awareness week is back for 2017. Running from 20 – 26 February, there are plenty of ways to get involved and show your support for Royal Blind!
Young adults and staff from Royal Blind’s Forward Vision service are celebrating the festive season by creating their very own Chistmas classic.