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On Friday 22 November, we celebrated our 160th Anniversary at The Lighthouse in Glasgow. 

Our Celebration Event a showcased our innovative Children & Young People’s Project and also our re-launch to Visibility Scotland!

Pupils from Hazelwood School at The Lighthouse to celebrate our Children & Young People project.
Pupils from Hazelwood School at The Lighthouse to celebrate our Children & Young People project.

Louise Hunter, chief executive at Visibility Scotland, said “We were delighted that so many people were able to come along on Friday and celebrate our Children & Young People’s Project and also our exciting re-launch to Visibility Scotland.  It’s important that we celebrate our achievements, and this was a double celebration for us! A huge thank you to everyone who took the time to come along and celebrate with us.’

Clare Sweeney, Children & Young People Senior Development Worker opens the Conference.
Clare Sweeney, Children & Young People Senior Development Worker opens the Conference.

Although our name has changed, our core ethos remains the same, to help and support anyone, living across Scotland who has a visual impairment. For more information on how we can help, please email info@nullvisibilityscotland.org.uk or call us on 0141 332 4632.

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Written by: Lindsay McDowall

Posted on the: December 12, 2019
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