Latest News…

NEW SOCIAL GROUPS FOR WILMSLOW AND POYNTON !!!!

We are really pleased to say that new Social Groups are now running in Wilmslow and Poynton.

Social groups are a great way to meet people and to take part in a range of activities organised specifically for people with visual impairments.

For more information please visit our Social Groups page in Whats On

 

Walking for Health

Walks for Health are a great way to enjoy some exercise and meet new people.

The walks are starting again on Friday 21st April!

Contact the Bridgend Centre on 01625 576311; email info@bridgendcentre.org.uk or click here for more information.

Would you like a Sighted Guide to walk with you?

Telephone: 01625 422602
Address: 15 Queen Victoria Street, Macclesfield, SK11 6LP
Email: info@macclesfieldeyesociety.org.uk


AGM

Members of Macclesfield Eye Society will be welcome to join us for our 2017 AGM, being held on Thursday 14th September 2017, at Newbiggin Way, Macclesfield, SK10 1AR, starting at 1.00pm.

This is your opportunity to: Meet the Board and staff of MES; Hear reports on the achievements and work of MES over the last year; Give your feedback on the work of and plans for MES; Vote on any proposed changes to the constitution; Elect Officers and Board members for 2017 – 2018.

If you are interested in taking a more active role in the running of MES please contact our Chairman, Michael Drapes, on Michael@macclesfieldeyesociety.org.uk

Contact us for a large print hard copy or alternative formats of any information you would like.  We look forward to seeing you soon!


Magnify Magazine


The latest edition of our Magnify Magazine quarterly newsletter is available for download.

Click here for a link to the Magnify Magazine page where you can download PDF or Text Only versions of the Summer 2016 edition, listen to the audio, or get in touch to request an audio format, braille or large print copy.


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Macclesfield Eye Society (Macclesfield Society for the Blind) is an independent, local registered Charity, which was established in 1875. The Society enables people affected by sight loss to lead fulfilling lives at work, at home and in the community.