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Action for Blind People (Part of RNIB)

Charity organisation providing advice and information,services and support for people with visual impairement,blind or partially sighted.

We are here for anyone affected by sight loss. When you call our Helpline, we have a team of helpful experts who will point you to any support or services you need to continue living life to the full.

It is part of RNIB

 

 

Address:
14-16 Verney Road, London, SE16 3DZ
Umbrella org:
RNIB
Area serviced:
Nationwide
Telephone:
0303 123 9999(RNIB Helpline) Recorded information: 0203 432 1488
Opening times:
Weekday 8am -8pm Saturday 9-1pm
Sector:
Voluntary

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