Would you like to make a real practical difference to someone living with sightloss in your community?

My Guide is a service provided by Guide Dogs to support people who are
living with sight loss to get out and about, to do the things that they want to
do.

Volunteers are trained to be ‘sighted guides’ to help people with
activities such as browsing shops and visiting cafes, going to the gym or
cinema or just getting out of the house for a nice walk.

This exciting and
fulfilling volunteering opportunity would suit someone who likes to get out and
about and could spare two to three hours a week.  Full My Guide training and ongoing support
and supervision are provided.  Volunteers
must be 18+ and would require a DBS check.

To find out more
contact Laura Robertson – My Guide Volunteer manager at ku.gr1582252000o.sgo1582252000dediu1582252000g@nos1582252000trebo1582252000R.aru1582252000aL1582252000 or via telephone on: 01189 838892.

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