Surbiton Club for the Blind

What does it do?

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).

The Club has a varied programme of activities including speakers, music, visits (to Richmond Park, Hampton Court etc) and a Christmas luncheon. Members pay 50p 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.

Who it is for?

Registered blind or partially sighted persons who live in Surbiton, Tolworth and Chessington .

Where it is available?

Local service (Kingston upon Thames).

How to access or apply for it:

please contact :

Ruth Walmsley (Chair) 020 8399 3022
Mike Bibby (Secretary) 020 8399 8596

Additional information:

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.

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

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Info last updated:

07/07/2010
Provider

Kingston upon Thames Association for the Blind