If you are blind, partially sighted or live with any kind of sight loss, access social and leisure activities in your local community today!
With support from our Community Access team, feel empowered to get out there and make what you want happen!
Following an audio described tour of Titanic Belfast, Charlene Newell, 57 who’s registered blind from Kilkeel said, “RNIB makes such a difference to us with sight loss - you keep us all connected and feel like we belong to something."
If you have problems with your eye sight or you've been diagnosed with sight loss, why not find out more about the range of activity programmes, social groups and the growing number of accessible community activities.
Continue with your hobbies and passtimes or, maybe just try something new.
We support many different sporting and leisure groups that meet on a regular basis throughout Northern Ireland. From walking to swimming, from dancing to yoga. Maybe you like reading and chatting about your latest book, or maybe you just want to catch up with friends over a coffee?
Find out more about our confidence building programmes and how this support can help you take positive steps to deal with challenges faced as a result of problems with your sight and ongoing support to access leisure, sporting, social and cultural activities.
We can get you started with support or advice in:
To find out more about opportunities available now in your community, get in touch and a local member of our team will be happy to help.
Find a complete list of our premises in Northern Ireland.
Call us on: 028 9032 9373
Email us any time: RNIBNI@rnib.org.uk
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