CamSight

CamSight

Supporting local people with sight loss

Telephone: 01223 420 033
Address: 167 Green End Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB4 1RW
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.camsight.org.uk
Membership type:Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)

Cam Sight is a registered charity working with blind and partially sighted people in Cambridgeshire.

We were founded in 1912 and we are very proud of our long service to the local community.

Our Services

A diagnosis of sight loss can be a frightening and isolating experience and one that will affect many of us. Support from Cam Sight really makes the difference and local people can maintain independence.

We provide support for visually impaired people, their carers and families; employers and providers of public services.

We are supported by the help and generosity of our wonderful volunteers.

Why not download our leaflet for more information on what we do?

Our stories

Read how Cam Sight has helped people regain control of their lives

Our Stories

Our Stories

Read how CamSight has helped people regain control of their lives

Training and Information

Training and Information

Visual awareness training, technology training and learning Braille

Sport and Leisure

Sport and Leisure

Cam Sight offers a selection of sport and leisure activities

Employment

Support is available to help you remain in work if your sight deteriorates.

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation

Cam Sight can support you in learning to live with sight loss to remain independent.

Support

Support

Support when you need it

Proposals to improve older people’s healthcare and adult community services

Proposals to improve older people’s healthcare and adult community services

What do you think about integrating health and social care?

28 April 2014Read in full

Guide Dogs for the Blind: Talking bus survey

Guide Dogs for the Blind: Talking bus survey

Guide Dogs for the Blind are seeking feedback from bus passengers about their experience travelling on board a bus, whether it is a talking bus or not.

28 April 2014Read in full

Easter concert for Cam Sight

Easter concert for Cam Sight

Cam Sight Trustee and leading optometrist at DH Thomas, Sean Rock, is presenting an Easter Concert for Cam Sight to mark his 50th birthday.

10 March 2014Read in full

Cam Sight offers a free workshop taster day

Cam Sight is organising a Taster Day to give people the opportunity to try out new activities and learn new skills.

29 January 2014Read in full

'Dine in the Dark' with CamSight

It’s that time of year again! CamSight is all set and ready to go for the next Dining in the Dark experience. This year it returns to the fabulous Red Lion Inn at Hinxton for what promises to be a very enjoyable gastronomic evening.

24 January 2014Read in full

Jim Ede's bedroom table

Cam Sight at Kettle’s Yard

Over the past four months Lucy Wheeler has worked with Cam Sight, a charity that provides support for blind and partially sighted people, to facilitate tours and practical workshops at Kettle’s Yard.

19 December 2013Read in full

The Cambridge Dons at the Reading Goalball Tournament

In case you don’t know what goalball is, goalball is a paralympic sport played by blind and visually impaired. However, at any level domestically the game can be played by sighted people too - as everyone wears black-out goggles to put people with varying levels of sight on a level playing field.

8 October 2013Read in full

Insights into young talent: piano recital in aid of CamSight

The Friends of CamSight are delighted to present their next event to be held on Monday 11th November at Madingley Hall. Enjoy and be astounded at the tremendous musical talent of 12 year old pianist, George Harliono and his equally talented sister, eight year old Adelaide.

8 October 2013Read in full

round of oak smoked cheese on a table

Cheese tasting with the Truckle Cheese Company

The Truckle Cheese Company will be running a cheese tasting evening for Cam Sight on Monday 9 September

14 August 2013Read in full

Cambridgeshire Freemasons support Cam Sight

Cam Sight ended its Centenary Celebrations on a high note in December with A Festival of Carols at Ely Cathedral, supported by the Cambridgeshire Freemasons and organised by Ely Cathedral.

22 February 2013Read in full

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The Easter Concert Orchestra: concert in aid of CamSight

14 Apr 2019West Road Concert Hall, West Road, Cambridge

All proceeds and donations to CamSight