Photo of Jacqui Wilson and Carol Snowden

New faces to greet you to Wilberforce

New faces are greeting visitors to the Wilberforce head office, including people coming to the Low Vision Clinic, and new voices are generally answering the telephone. After some 18 years, the familiar face of Judith has retired to a ‘back room’ where she is now assisting the Chief Executive. Jacqui Wilson has taken over as…

A photograph of a eye test in the Wilberforce Low Vision Clinic

New role in development of Wilberforce rehabilitation services

As part of the development of its rehabilitation services, the Wilberforce Trust is creating a crucial new role which will not only coordinate and administer some of the most important of these services but also be involved in promoting and delivering them, specifically the Low Vision Clinic and Visual Awareness Training. Supporting people in York…

Two Beavers pleased with their bread buttering while wearing simulation spectacles

Beavering away with Wilberforce to understand sight loss

Beaver Scouts at Dringhouses, York, were fascinated to learn with Wilberforce about how to help people with sight loss during two sessions in October. ______________________________________________________ Two important dates for your diary; click on either for more information: 1st December, the Wilberforce Christmas Fayre; 18th December, the Wilberforce Christmas carol service. _______________________________________________________ Beavers are the youngest…