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Thomas Pocklington Trust offers people who are blind or have sight loss the support they require to lead an independent life, based on their individual requirements.

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  • Metro Annual Athletics Championship 2014 You can register now to participate or volunteer for this event for visually impaired athletes of all ages. 4 April 2014
  • Join the Carrots Night Walk - September 2014 There are lots of ways to take part in the Fight for Sight Carrots Night Walk and walk your city in the dark, raising funds for research to prevent sight loss and treat eye disease. 26 March 2014
  • Vision care for stroke survivors Our jointly commissioned research with the Stroke Association reveals a lack of support for stroke survivors with visual impairment. 20 March 2014
  • Meet and Greet events in your community Come along and get involved in planning activity programmes for visually impaired people if you live in the boroughs of Greenwich, Bromley, Southwark or Lambeth. 18 March 2014
  • Sports taster sessions Come along to one of our sports taster sessions for visually impaired people taking place at Walthamstow Leisure Centre in April. 12 March 2014

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