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Safer Schools App

The City of London Corporation’s Safer Schools App provides support on topics including sexting, bullying, mental health, media literacy, gaming and sexual exploitation online. Whilst ordinarily designed for use by individual schools, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it has been temporarily released by The City…

Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) Social and Peer Groups

Are you 11 – 25, vision impaired? Then why not join one of our Social and Peer groups for vision impaired young people. These social groups across London are a great chance for you to explore the capital, make some new friends and take on…

Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) Health and Well-being Clubs

RSBC Health and Wellbeing Clubs run twice a month across London and are free to attend and open to anyone blind or partially sighted, between the ages of 8-25, with any level of experience.  Every session you’ll take part in activities and sports such as…

Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) Employability skills programme

Are you 18 – 25, vision impaired and not currently in full-time education or employment?  RSBC’s free employability programme can help you get the skills that could make your dream job a reality. You’ll gain essential workplace skills through workshops, one to one sessions and…

Royal National Institute for Deaf People (RNID)

RNID provides information, care and support for people with hearing loss and tinnitus. We: Provide day-to-day care for people who are deaf and have additional needs Supply communication services and training Offer practical advice to help people protect their hearing Campaign to change public policy…
Bakewell RoadOrton SouthgatePeterboroughPE2 6XU

The Royal National College for the Blind

The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC) is a co-educational specialist residential college for young people aged 16-25 who are blind or partially sighted. We offer academic and vocational courses, leading to national qualifications, as well as training in mobility, independent living and personal…
Venns LaneHerefordHR1 1DT

Rich Mix

*Due to the new restrictions our building is closed to the public. We hope to welcome you back soon. Explore our programme of cinema you can watch at home, outdoor art and online events* Rich Mix is a cinema and arts venue offering film, live…
35-47 Bethnal Green RoadLondonE1 6LA

Renaissance Foundation

Renaissance Foundation provides a range of support for young people aged 14-22 who face significant life challenges, helping them to overcome these and to achieve their full potential. A particular focus is on young carers, young hospital patients and school pupils at risk due to poverty,…
Building 3 Creed Court5 Ludgate HillLondonEC4M 7AA

Relaxed Early Opening for Families, British Library London

9am-11am
A free autism-friendly early opening of the British Library.  This event is for families with children (age 5-15) on the autism spectrum and other sensory needs. Enjoy the Library free from the hustle and bustle of the general public and with new measures to keep…

Red Badge Scheme

The Red Badge Scheme provides extra parking facilities within the City of London for City residents and workers with disabilities. Badge holders can park: At Pay & Display bays and disabled bays without charge or time limit On a single yellow line for up to…
PO Box 270LondonEC2P 2EJ
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