Kingston Upon Thames Association for the Blind

Clubs

Clubs for blind and partially sighted people living in the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames.

Social Eyes - Alternate Tuesdays 1.30 - 4.00pm, Quaker Centre, Kingston.

Lunch Club - Every last Wednesday of each month 12.30 - 2.30pm at the Quaker Centre, Kingston.

Lawn Bowls Club - Hooke Bowling Club in Chessington, every alternative Tuesday 2:30pm - 5pm.    

Ten Pin Bowling - Every Monday 11am - 12pm, excluding school and public holidays, and at the Rotunda Centre in Kingston, every alternative Wednesday at 6pm - 8pm.

Malden and Coombe Blind Club -  Alternate Wednesdays 2.00 – 4.00 pm in New Malden.

Surbiton Club for the Blind - Alternate Tuesdays  2.00 – 4.00 pm, Surbiton.

Kingston Macular Support Group -   2nd Thursday of each month in Kingston.  

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For more information and bookings please call 020 8605 0060

Social Eyes

The Club has been meeting since 2005. It meets fortnightly throughout the year on alternate Tuesday afternoons 2pm to 4pm at Quaker Centre, Kingston. Membership is available to registered blind or partially sighted people who live in the Royal Borough of Kingston.
The club offers various activities from a gentle chair-based exercise programme, quizzes, craft and the occasional outing.
Transport to and from the club can be arranged.
Sighted helpers and drivers are always welcome.

For details call the office on 0208 605 0060

Funded by The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames

Lunch Club

The club meets on the last Wednesday of the month at Quaker Centre, Kingston.
There is a charge of £5 to cover the cost of light refreshments or meal.

For more information call the office on 020 8605 0060

Lawn Bowls

Lawn Bowls was established in 2010 and initially was played indoors at King Georges Field on a monthly basis. During 2014 we became members of The Hook and Southborough Bowling Club and started playing weekly outdoors during the summer months. Since then we have continued to play on a fortnightly basis both indoor and out.
The club meets fortnightly for indoor bowling at the King George Field Indoor Bowls Club Chessington (October to April), and at Hook and Southborough Bowls Club Chessington (May to September).
We are happy to play friendly local matches, either home or away, with visually impaired or sighted teams.

For details call the office on 020 8605 0060

Funded by The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames

Ten Pin Bowling

Bowlers meet every Monday excluding school and bank holidays. The cost is £5 per week and 2 games are played.
Also at the Rotunda Centre in Kingston, every alternative Wednesday at 6pm - 8pm. Please wear flat, closed toe, non marking soled shoes.

For details call the office on 020 8605 0060

Malden and Coombe Blind Club

The Club has been meeting for over 30 years. It meets fortnightly throughout the year on alternate Wednesday afternoons between 2.00 and 4.00 p.m. at Christ Church Hall, Coombe Road, New Malden.
Membership is available to registered blind or partially sighted persons who live in New Malden, Kingston, Worcester Park and surrounding areas.
The Club has a varied programme of activities including, music, visits (to Richmond Park, Hampton Court and an annual Thames Cruise) and a Christmas party/luncheon. Members pay £20 per year which helps towards the cost of a home-made afternoon tea and entertainment. Outings are reasonably priced as they are subsidised from club funds.
Mini bus transport makes it possible for all who need transport to be brought to meetings.

For further information please call David Robson on 020 8546 9662 or 07881 348360

Surbiton Club for the Blind

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 £2 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.

For further information please the clubs mobile on 07443 643716

Kingston Macular Support Group

Closed due to COVID-19.

**If you require further information about the group please contact the Macular Disease Society on 01264 350551.

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