Welcome to Croydon Vision…

supporting people with sight loss.

Support Groups
Technology Lessons
Computer Classes
Art Workshops

Croydon talking newspaper

The Croydon Talking Newspaper is a weekly audio version of the Croydon Advertiser edited and read by Roger Bing. It is also accompanied by a local audio magazine read by a rota of presenters. The link will take you to a player that will allow you to listen to both parts.

Latest News:

New!!! Group for Visually Impaired women New!!!


We are delighted to announce the launch of a new group at Croydon Vision aimed at blind and partially sighted women living in the South of London.
This will be a group that meets monthly, focused on:
• Meeting up with other women with sight loss
• Shared interests
• Lifestyle and experiences as a visually impaired woman
• Group support, fun, laughter and friendship
• Activities and events (more…)

Croydon Vision News May 2017


Questions, Questions, Questions

by Jeff Page, chief executive

We are used these days to being asked our opinion on a plethora of issues. Feedback on online purchases, what we think of council services, the stay at a bed and breakfast; the list seems limitless.

If, like me, you tend to avoid this type of questioning you’ll understand why I’m keen to thank all those currently helping us out with giving their opinions on sight loss services in Croydon.

It is important that we build a body of evidence to take to organizations that potentially fund our work. It is also vital that we plan our services and the direction that Croydon Vision takes on the basis of what local visually impaired people tell us. (more…)

Croydon Vision News April 2017


A word of thanks

by Jeff Page, chief executive


There are many components that make up an effective charity; hard-working staff, dedicated volunteers and the money to do the job required being among the most important.

You don’t need me to tell you that Croydon Vision benefits from excellent staff and volunteers who are always prepared to go the extra distance for the benefit of members. (more…)

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