Wales Council of the Blind

Services with the keyword: health

BBS Active at Home - (British Blind Sport)

Our audio-led sessions have helped blind and partially sighted people keep active from their homes during the pandemic and have continued to be enjoyed by people around the world. BBS hosts a virtual live workout week at the beginning of each month, with a different exercise class taking place each weekday evening at 6pm. At the end of the workout week, the BBS team upload recordings of the workouts to our YouTube channel for those who were unable to attend.

Clwb Cerdded Eryri Walking Group - (North Wales Society of the Blind)

All walks are held on Wednesdays . Meet at North Wales Society for the Blind, 325 High Street, Bangor. 10.30 am.

Sense Active Programme - (Sense)

We have a host of resources that will help sports practitioners, coaches, teachers and support staff provide sensory experiences for people who are deafblind or disabled. We also support the sports and social care sectors through consultation and training. Our tools, training and resources can help you ensure your sports programmes are more inclusive and accessible.

Sight Life Ramblers - (Sight Life)

The group usually meets at Jones Court at around 9.30 to travel by bus or train to the chosen starting point and returns by approximately 3 or 4pm. Sighted guides are available for those who need one. The group usually stops for a mid morning coffee stop so take a flask along. Lunchtime is usually spent at a local cafe along the route.