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Pearey House Centre For Visually Impaired


Easter Crafts

Our members had great fun with fantastic tactile craft sessions, during which we made Easter baskets. Everyone had a great time!

* Pictures show people sitting at tables holding up their completed baskets. They are smiling and look happy*

Thank you to The Bernard Sunley Foundation

We are over the moon to share that Pearey House has been awarded a grant of £5000 from The Bernard Sunley Foundation.

The grant is an excellent boost for our new minibus fund, and we are incredibly thankful to the Foundation for supporting Pearey House.

*The picture shows a pleasant green setting with The Bernard Sunley Foundation logo in the middle. The image also has thank you in a large black font*

Thank You to The Bernard Sunley Foundation

Help us fund a new Minibus

Pearey House has a year left on the lease on our current minibus. However, with the rising leasing costs, the charity is looking into buying outright.

The bus is essential for our service as it allows visually impaired people from all over North Tyneside to access Pearey House.

Pearey House is a free service as we aim to help any visually impaired person regardless of financial circumstance.

We know times are hard, but please visit our crowdfunding or Donate pages if you want to donate via the button below.

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Iris Update

We are pleased to announce that our vision outreach project Iris Community Hub located at 109 Queen Alexandra Road, North Shields is now open for all to enjoy.

Iris will be open Tuesday-Friday 8.30 am- 2.30 pm.

For more information and events please check the website out via the button below.

Picture shows the front of our community hub Iris.

Walking Group

Our first walk of the year was a muddy splodge through The Rising Sun Country Park.

A great time was had by all.

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