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The Bingo Club allows partially sighted and blind people to play this popular game in a friendly and supportive settig.  The amount of noise and laughter that emanates from the clubroom during the session would indicate that those who come to this find it great fun.


The Reminiscence Group lets members have a trip down memory lane as well as finding out more about the past that they did not know.  Lots of interesting details are there to be discovered and doing this helps to jog memories even more - stimulating and fun.


The Ladies' Club is an autonomous group of women with a wide variety of interesting talks and activities.  They run their own club, fundraise for their needs and are generally very independent and positive.


The Craft Group seem to have a lot of fun as well as producing a wide selection of different craft items.  At one session there can be clay modelling, beadwork, cardmaking, knitting and drawing.  Although they have the occasional sale to raise funds for materials, their main pleasure is in making craft items and chatting and not necessarily in raising money.


Tea and Chat does exactly what it says on the tin.  This popular session allow people to come together for a bit of a blether and the occasional singsong if they feel like it, we have live music every 3 weeks.

 

All of these rely on volunteers to run them so please refer to our pages on Volunteering if you feel like becoming involved. As you can see from our pictures the one thing guaranteed is fun!

 

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