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ActivEyes Oxfordshire

ActivEyes Oxfordshire is a welcoming and friendly community of active Oxfordshire people aged 18+ living with a Visual Impairment. They have a programme of activities offering something for everyone, including VI sports, walks, cycling, sailing, cultural visits, excursions and social meetings. This programme is continually…

ActivEyes Oxfordshire is a welcoming and friendly community of active Oxfordshire people aged 18+ living with a Visual Impairment.

They have a programme of activities offering something for everyone, including VI sports, walks, cycling, sailing, cultural visits, excursions and social meetings. This programme is continually evolving as and when members requests come in. They invite suggestions from active VI people in the county about the kinds of activities they would like to see in the ActivEyes programme.

Their monthly social is held on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 7:30 at The Royal Blenheim pub in Central Oxford (St Ebbes Street, Oxford, OX1 1PT).

They have a group on Facebook. Just search for 'ActivEyes Oxfordshire' (without the quotes) and request membership.

If you are interested in adding your details to their email distribution list or wish to receive further information, please send an email to guylawfull@oxeyes.org.uk or markupton@oxeyes.org.uk

Who to contact

E-mail
guylawfull@oxeyes.org.uk
Website
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ActivEyesOxon/

Where to go

Address
The Royal Blenheim, 13
St. Ebbes Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX1 1PT

Time / Date Details

When is it on
3rd Thursday of every month at 7:30pm
Time of day
Evening

Other Details

Availability

Last checked on 19/04/2016

Record managed by Activities Oxfordshire

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