Two leading sight loss charities will be touring the Highlands to promote local support available for blind and partially sighted people. Led by Sight Action and Scottish War Blinded, the roadshow will visit public venues across the Highlands in June, from Fort William to Thurso and the Kyle of Lochalsh to Aviemore.
This summer 60-year-old Robert Groves from Crawley will be embarking on an extraordinary 33 day charity hand-cycle of the UK coastline, covering 2,500 miles of England’s coastline to raise money for Hand-Cycling in Crawley. Robert, who starts his challenge on 31 July, has been in training for months at The Gym Crawley ahead of his challenge. Starting at Brighton Pier, Rob is due to finish in London on 1st September where he will be greeted by David Cameron at Number 10 Downing Street.
Eikon Exhibition Centre hosts extensive display of vehicles for disabled people
Disabled motorists and their families can explore their motoring options and find out about the Motability Scheme at The Big Event in Northern Ireland this June. Showcasing the largest display of vehicles for disabled people in Northern Ireland, The Big Event is coming to the Eikon Exhibition Centre in Lisburn on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 June 2016 following a successful previous event in Belfast in 2014.