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Traveleyes

Exciting group holidays for sighted and blind travellers.

Traveleyes have 14 years experience in exciting group holidays for sighed and visually impaired travellers. Traveleyes offer over 60 destinations a year to choose from including UK breaks, European city breaks and off the beaten track adventures, there is something for everyone. Traveleyes guarantee one to one guiding for all visually impaired travellers at no extra cost and include sensory experiences in everything they do. To find out more visit https://traveleyes-international.com/

Muggi Tray - The safest drinks tray in the world

Muggi Tray is an innovative new product which enables hot and cold drinks to be carried safely in any environment. It will last a lifetime!

This unique tray enables up to four mugs to be carried safely in one hand, leaving the other hand free to support the user. Muggi also fits on to walking frames and can be conveniently placed on the lap of wheelchair users. It catches unwanted spillages and features non-slip rubber feet; finger and thumb holds make it easy to carry for young or old hands. An increasing number of Occupational Therapists, sufferers of Parkinson’s, Arthritis and wheelchair users are finding muggi invaluable in their daily lives.
Made from lightweight, but extremely tough Polypropylene, muggi tray comes in seven vibrant colours blue, grey, red, purple, green, pink, a black recycled material.

Sense Adventures

Guided activities for the visually impaired.

Sense Adventures offers guided walks and activities in the Malvern Hills countryside for mixed groups of the blind and sighted.

Disability Equipment Service

Support the Disability Equipment Service by donating your disability equipment.

The Disability Equipment Service is a website covering the UK which provides members of the public and organisations an opportunity to buy and sell new and used disability equipment.

To help cover the running costs of this service, we accept donated disability equipment* which we collect, clean, repair and then sell. We give 25% of the proceeds to our nominated charity with the remainder going towards the ongoing running costs of the service.

Due to our location, we normally only collect equipment from Surrey and the surrounding counties. However, if you have equipment that you would like to donate we still might be able to accept, or if we're unable to accept, support you with finding someone more locally to you.

* Due to our limited storage we may not be able to accept all items donated to us. In some cases we may request to sell the item in situ (if convenient) or provide you with an alternative organisation that may be able to accept your item.

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