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Stephen Fry Oct 16
Proud to be supporting 150-year anniversary. Let’s see the person, not the sight loss. Watch this inspiring and heart-warming video of bright young minds of tomorrow.
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Mr Alex Shortt Oct 16
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StrokeAssociation NI Oct 16
πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸ₯‚ We’d like to congratulate our friends and on reaching their 150th anniversary today! An amazing achievement guys! Enjoy your day πŸŽ‚β˜ΊοΈ
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Mark Conquer Oct 8
Replying to @RNIB @BlondeHistorian
I think that over the years you done loads of campaigns, awareness and also we have opened up our views as blind or visually impaired to be like everyone else in society! We will still do this and you always help us!
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Ella Shipley Aug 1
THREAD: A letter to the Royal National Institute of Blind People () πŸ’™πŸ‘‡πŸ»
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Perkins School for the Blind Oct 17
RT : Warning - cute content alert! To mark our 150th anniversary, we speak with the bright young minds of tomorrow to find out how they imagine their future. Full film:
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Rosalind Oakley Oct 16
Me too. I was really proud to be part of the team (in RNIB and beyond) that fought for anti-discrimination legislation and other legal changes in the 1990s. Learnt loads. Happy birthday
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Martin Allen Oct 16
150 years since Sir Thomas Armitage sat down and formed amazing history and a great
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Capital One Oct 24
Happy birthday πŸŽ‚! We're very proud to work with you
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Cynthia Ramsay Oct 16
A massive "Thank You" to Sir Thomas Armitage who founded 150 years ago. Happy Birthday to all and thank you for enhancing the lives of so many.
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Guide Dogs Campaigns Oct 16
Happy 150th Birthday to our friends around the corner, . What a great milestone to reach!
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Louise Neeson Oct 16
So proud to work for a charity that does amazing work supporting people with sight loss. Happy birthday
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Laura Thomson Oct 15
Lleland was asked to go on a big adventure In August. He was asked to travel to London to take part in video. We left our house at 0400 and got to London at 10.30am and all this wee πŸ’πŸ΅ could do was talk food πŸ˜‚ in all fairness we didnt have time for breakfast πŸ˜‚
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Anna Dearden Oct 16
A really lovely film that's worth taking 3 minutes out of your day today to watch
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Jamie_Weller Oct 16
Celebrate years and unveiling of the statue. Without the help and support from these two great organisations, my dad , other blind and partially sighted people would not be able to lead a fulfilling life πŸ•ΆπŸ’ͺ🏻
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Rosaleen Dempsey Oct 16
Couldn’t do it without all the wonderful children, young people & families with & our excellent partners!
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Emma Swan Oct 16
Happy happy 150th birthday it’s always such a joy to read for you!
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Passenger Assist Oct 16
Happy 150th Birthday to here is to another 150 years of providing life-changing support for blind and visually impaired people. πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰
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Forth Valley Sensory Oct 17
Challenge accepted and ! David at our Centre is totally but he's our , self defence instructor, cookery teacher and for many other things including sailing only thing he can't do is see!
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FMO Aug 13
Welcome to a new week! "I was born with aniridia, which means I have no iris in either eye. I play football & have gained so much confidence. I want to inspire other people & show them anything is possible" - Laura Cartmill.  ” via
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