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Here are some links to other websites that you might find of interest:
Royal Society for Blind Children.
The Accessible Friends Network
We are a UK based internet charity set up to bring VI people together via the world wide web.
AS well as offering a comprehensive website, our jewel in the crown is our fully accessible chat client which allows our members to speak with each other in chatrooms we host on the site. On our communicator, we hold everything from information events through to just plain chatting and entertainment events such as quizzes etc.
In the UK today, there are an estimated 356,000 deafblind people. From this number, 222,000 are aged over 70. Deafblind UK bridges the gap between our deafblind members and their communities, providing practical solutions and human support in order to improve independence and reduce isolation.
Talking News Federation (TNF)
TNF is an umbrella organisation that represents the interests of local Talking Newspapers in the UK
Aquabats Sports and Social Club for the Blind
Aquabats is a mixed ability club meeting in and around London for a variety of sports and social events.
Planning Aid for London
PAL provides free or affordable independent town planning advice to individuals and groups unable to afford professional consultants.
Eyecan are a new organization that has started up to bring information and training to visually impaired people, we are both registered blind and have many years of experience of using and demonstrating equipment for the visually impaired.
British Blind Sport Archery
Website for information concerning archery for V.I.s.
British Blind Sport
Website detailing all the sports for V.I.'s
Metro Blind Sport
Metro Blind Sport is a London Sports charity that aims to open doors to sport for blind and partially sighted people of all ages and sporting abilities.
London Sports Club for the Blind
London Sports Club For The Blind hosts a series of different events throughout the year, which range from regular events such as rowing, down to the yearly holiday, which consists of a week full of exciting activities, including rowing, horse riding, quad biking, swimming, going out, canoeing, banana boat riding, and much more!
An online radio station featuring blind broadcasters in eight countries, broadcasting to a world wide audience in over 70 countries.
95 The Mix
An online radio station from the USA whose mission is to give their listeners the best in music. Also serving the visual-impaired with information from around the world.
The British Computer Association of the Blind
The Community Media Association
Cue and Review Recording Service
The Royal London Society for the Blind
Royal National Institute of the Blind
Free, accessible, impartial and relevant information about living with sight loss for vision-impaired people in the UK.
Talking Newspaper Association UK
U Can Do I.T.
A charity which provides computer training for blind, deaf and disabled people in their own homes (Primarily in the M25 area but other areas are covered).
Insight Radio from the RNIB.
Britain's foremost audio-description service.
A free 24-hour news and information audio service for VIPs, based in Canada.
A website with information for visually impaired web users.
Pigs Ear (Camra East London and City Branch)
A short film that Phil Troll did for the BBC's Video Nation.
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