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Volunteers are needed to help people with visual impairments to remain independent and to help prevent isolation.

Peterborough Association for the Blind (PAB) is a local charity which helps and supports blind and partially-sighted people – including those living in the Stamford area.

PAB is offering free three-hour training sessions for anyone who would like to learn about sight loss and how they can help those affected.

PAB needs volunteers to help with a range of tasks including: befriending; raffle selling; driving; fundraising and more.

The next sessions will take place on January 14 and 24, between 10am and 1pm. For more details call 01733 344 844 or email info@mypab.org.uk



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