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Welcome to the East Suffolk Association for the Blind (ESAB) web-site.

Exhibition for the visually impaired, their families and carers – October 27th

 Between 10am and 3pm on Friday 27th October, there will be an exhibition of a range of products and services for those with a visual impairment and any family, friends or carers.

The exhibition will take place at the Woodbridge Community Hall, Station Road, Woodbridge IP12 4AU.

The exhibitors who will be there are:

There will also be some refreshments available. Please do all that you can to pay a visit? For any other information, you can call 01473 611011

The Association works across East Suffolk from Shotley in the south to Lowestoft in the north and from the coast inland as far as Eye.  As a charity, we raise all of our funds ourselves and use them to provide support for around 1,000 local blind and partially sighted people in East Suffolk.

The Association aims to provide welfare across the age spectrum, but inevitably the vast majority of our members are over 80 years of age.  We do not currently deliver services specifically for children and young people.  However we do signpost parents and carers to other organisations who cater for them, including voluntary organisations, local authorities, education and library departments, and carer organisations.

We work closely with Sensing Change who are the Sensory Services team in Suffolk County Council Social Services that provide statutory services such as social work and rehabilitation to people with sight and/or hearing loss throughout Suffolk.  We  also work with national blind charities such as the Royal National Institute for the Blind, Guide Dogs for the Blind and Blind Veterans (UK).

Stephen Fletcher,

Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk.
Charity Number 206886 


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