Fancy winning a £100 shopping spree at John Lewis plus a tasty meal at Fazenda? or, a Shiverpool tour plus £100 to spend at Dash Liverpool? That’s just two of our prizes! You could find yourself whizzing across the River Mersey on Marine Fire 1 or tucking into a Christmas hamper filled with festive treats!
Important Bradbury Centre Reopening Information We aim to open the reception area of the Bradbury Centre from Monday 7th September 2020. As we need to control the number of people who are physically in the building, attendance will be restricted to those with a prearranged appointment only. We expect this arrangement to continue to be
The Chair of UK North Blind Sailing Association, David Owen, tells Tom Walker about the opportunities for visually impaired people to take up sailing in Merseyside. Find out more about UK North Blind Sailing Association here: www.uknorthblindsailingassociation.org.uk More from Tom Walker here: www.walkonwaterpr.comfcunitedtom.wordpress.com
Dear Friend, Over recent weeks we have all had to deal with major impacts upon our lives and sadly in some instances upon our families too. These are clearly challenging and unprecedented times which are putting major pressure on all charitable organisations in terms of trying to maintain a level of service and replacing the
PRESS RELEASE – Dated 25th March for immediate release – From Bradbury Fields Services for Blind and Partially Sighted people. As we have now entered a new phase in the approach to tackling the spread of coronavirus with many people being asked to self-isolate, Bradbury Fields services for Blind and Partially Sighted People have taken
Our quarterly newsletter FOCUS is now online! As well as being mailed out to thousands of our service users in audio CD and large print formats, you can also access our newsletter online! Below is an audio-only podcast style version of Christmas 2019’s FOCUS Newsletter, we hope you enjoy it! Welcome to the Christmas 2019
Bradbury Fields have launched phone-in news and events line so that visually impaired people can stay up to date with events at the charity and local news. When someone calls 0151 221 0889 they will hear a prerecorded message that is updated regularly. A lot of blind and partially sighted people use the internet, and
Bradbury Fields very own Be Active team has been nominated for the RNIB’s See Differently Awards 2019 national finalists! We are incredibly proud of the work that our teams do, and to be recognised in this way is a testament to the hard work of staff and volunteers for our Be Active services. From the