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BBS Have a Go Day

British Blind Sports Have a Go Day Date: 25th June 2018 Time: 9:45am – 2pm Venue: White Horse Leisure & Tennis Centre, Audlett Drive, Abingdon, OX14 3PJ. This taster day will allow all participants […]

Gene Therapy could treat Blindness

Surgeons in Oxford have used a gene therapy technique to improve the vision of six patients who would otherwise have gone blind. Read more on this story from the BBC […]

Corporate Partnerships

Corporate Partnerships As a local organisation working across the county of Oxfordshire, there are many ways that we can support companies who are kind enough to raise money for us. […]

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Summary of OAB Services OAB works, in collaboration with the Visual Impairment Team of Social & Community Services, the Oxford Eye Hospital, the […]

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Gurjeet’s challenge Consultant Ophthalmologist Gurjeet Jutley will be taking on the gruelling 3 peaks challenge for O A B. Here is what he […]

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Audio Described Theatre Trip Wednesday 20th June 7.30pm HairSpray the musical will have an audio described performance at the New Theatre Oxford. Tickets […]

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[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Breaking news for AMD research The first patients to receive a new treatment derived from stem cells for people with wet age-related macular […]


[Audio clip: view full post to listen] OAB has over 100 volunteers, who are vital to our work.  They help in the office, send out our newsletter, run our groups and staff […]

Eye Hospital – Sight Advisory Desk

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Patients attending the Oxford Eye Hospital face either initial or progressive diagnosis about their level of vision; sometimes they must face very bad […]

Counselling and Emotional Support

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] Being told that you have a visual impairment can be devastating.  Losing your sight is a very real bereavement. We run a Sight […]

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