Are you up for a virtual cycle ride for the Kent Association for the Blind?

Hollingbourne Parish Council has been asked to promote a fund raising virtual cycle ride for the Kent Association for the Blind. Please Read More for further information.

The Virtual Cycle Ride’  is a 24-mile cycle ride (on a route of your choosing over as many days as you want). You can take part as an individual or as a team, on a static bike at the gym, or outside in the park. The second is for The London Marathon; we have several bond places that we can offer to interested runners for Team KAB.

So if there are any budding runners or cyclists out there, please visit the website or contact Amy: amy.vdw@kab.org.uk 01622 691357

Please see more information below, and if you have any questions or queries, please don’t hesitate to let me know.

Kent Association for the Blind supports visually impaired people to live independent lives. We work with people of all ages from toddlers and teenagers right through to people in their nineties and beyond. KAB offers a range of services including mobility training, a digital Talking News service, advice and guidance and courses in Assistive Technology. We provide an entirely bespoke service which is tailored to the individual’s needs. We support over 11,000 people across the region and last year we received 2,450 new referrals to our service.

Laurie McShea | Fundraiser | Kent Association for the Blind | www.kab.org.uk

72 College Road | Maidstone | Kent | ME15 6SJ | T: 01622 691357 | Registered Charity 1062354 | Company 03339912

Supporting sight impaired people to live independent 

KAB Cycling Poster 2016