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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People
The Bury Blind Society is a charitable organisation which aims to enhance the lives of all visually impaired people within the Borough of Bury. 0161 763 7014
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RNIB Sep 21
Ten tips to help you communicate with a person with dementia and sight loss:
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 21
If you own an Android/Apple phone or tablet - these items can be made accessible by both built-in features and purchasable apps & software for people with . Regardless of your sight level, there's a lot of options available Why not get in touch with us for some advice?
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 21
Night at The Proms Gala Dinner: Saturday 26th October at the Elizabethan Suite, Bury Town Hall Tickets are £35 including a 3 course meal, entertainment by soprano Nicola Fox and friends plus, The Tottington Public Band, playing all the Proms classics! An amazing night ahead!!
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 21
The cornea is the eye's outer protective layer; a barrier against dirt & things that may cause damage. When light hits your eye, it is refracted, or bent, by the curved edge of the cornea, allowing light to be directed towards your lens
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 20
Rivington Barn, Summer Trip: What a fabulous time had by all! From all reports both the entertainment and food were ‘top notch’! Thank you to all involved in organising and transport. A lovely day ✨
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 19
Summer Party: A huge thank you to the Ukulele group for their amazing live musical entertainment at our recent party Thanks too, to the staff at the venue & to Mags for volunteering her DJ skills. And thank you to all who attended!
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 19
With great sadness, our Trustee & Company Secretary, Sue Nuttall, passed away 3rd Sep. Sue had been an active trustee since '08. Her background & support was a major contribution & will be greatly missed. Her kindness & friendship has left a huge gap. Our thoughts are with David
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Henshaws Sep 18
Glaucoma is a common cause of sight loss but can be managed with eye drops. We visited Manchester Royal Eye Hospital and met Karen, a specialist nurse, who showed us how best to put in eye drops. Watch and learn:
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 19
Fri 27th Sep: The Swan, Tottington: Open Mic Night! 7pm Come along to our Charity Open Mic Night. No charge to come along, but a small donation if you wish to perform. Food available at the pub. We'd strongly recommend you book a table via The Swan, if dining.
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 19
100 Club: Congratulations to our winners this month Thank you for your support! Winning numbers were: 1st:No. 81£78.00 2nd:No. 217£39.00 3rd:No. 209£13.00 If you are interested in becoming a member of the 100 Club, please speak to a member of staff for details
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 19
Asda, Bury: Don’t forget we are currently one of the charities at Asda Bury’s token appeal. If you shop there, or know anyone who does, please encourage them to vote for us! Thank you 🤗
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Chloe Tear Sep 18
📢 Calling current and past disabled students! Did you have to take a Fitness to study Assessments at university? Would you be willing to test a website article on this topic for ? Please get in touch if your interested and retweet. 💜
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RNIB Sep 18
A Dark Tour of the Universe - visually impaired astronomer and astronomical observatory are opening up the drama and majesty of space for blind and partially sighted people:
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Macular Society Sep 18
Are you of working age and affected by macular disease or another inherited retinal disease? It's not too late to Join us at our annual conference in London on Saturday where we will be talking about the latest developments in treatments and research
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 18
Today, Wednesday 18th September, Bury Diabetic Support Group are meeting. Dr Rowles will be giving updates on Diabetes. All welcome. Meet at Bury Town Hall, Fusiliers Room, First Floor. 7.30pm
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 17
Tomorrow, Wednesday 18th September: Macular Support Group – 1.30-3.00pm at our Centre.
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 17
We've been approached by TFGM to see if any of our members are interested in giving their complaints/compliments about the use of buses in Manchester They're willing to come to the Society to have a discussion, or u can pass on comments to Gill, who'll raise them on ur behalf.
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Mayor Andy Burnham Sep 17
❓QUESTION TIME❓ The next Question Time event will take place in at on September 26! The event will be hosted by , former editor of Book your ticket + submit your question in advance here👇
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 17
. are presenting for the Bury East Pitch at The Polish Club, Back East Street, BL9 0RU 1pm, 1.30pm start If you can’t make it, don’t worry, there is now on line voting too! Please follow the link, open until 19th September, so not long!!
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Bury Society for Blind & Partially Sighted People Sep 16
Creating colour contrast is making sure objects or text stand out from their background. Things can be made easier to see by employing contrast, such as by putting glasses of water in a brightly coloured cup or coaster; or placing a white plate on a dark worktop.
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