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29th Jun, 2022

Warwickshire sight-loss charity makes the right move

A CENTURY-old sight-loss charity has a new home in the heart of Warwick.

After 12 years of working away in its hidden Charles Court office, Warwickshire Vision Support is moving to a much larger home, next to the town’s market square.

The change of premises, which will open in October, will make it easier for people who are visually impaired to access the offices and services.

The new HQ offers plenty of space for various activities and events to take place for those supported by the 110-year-old organisation.

Charity chair Liz Thiebe said: “As Warwickshire Vision Support continues to grow across all areas, we are delighted to have the opportunity to move to a much larger and more central location that will bring us much closer to the people we support. We have a lot of exciting plans for the future, and our new headquarters is just one step of many in achieving our goal of providing the best possible service and support to the people who need it.”

The current office is closed. Email for more information on the charity and its services.

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