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Surbiton Club For The Blind

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The Club has been meeting for over 50 years. It meets fortnightly throughout the year on alternate Tuesday afternoons 2.00 – 4.00 p.m. at Surbiton Hill Methodist Church Hall, Ewell Road, Surbtion (next to the Fire Station).

Membership is available to registered blind or partially sighted persons who live in Surbiton, Tolworth and Chessington .

The Club has a varied programme of activities including speakers, music, visits (to Richmond Park, Hampton Court etc) and a Christmas luncheon. Members pay £1.50 at ordinary meetings in the hall to help towards the cost of a home-made afternoon tea and the entertainment. Outings are reasonably priced as they are subsidised from club funds.

A team of volunteer drivers make it possible for all who need transport to be brought to meetings free of charge.

Further sighted helpers are needed – particularly those who are able to provide transport to and from meetings on a regular or occasional basis when holidays etc reduce the availability of drivers.

If you are able to offer your help or require further information about membership, please contact :

KAB Office 020 8605 0060

Surbiton Club for the Blind is a registered Charity. Reg. No. 1029706
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