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Dinner in the dark in Aldershot helps raise awareness of visual impairment – In Your Area

Friday, 18 February, 2022

Dinner in the dark in Aldershot helps raise awareness of visual impairment – In Your Area

David Wilson Homes' sales director, Rob Allen, raising awareness with the Guide Dogs' representatives at Bruneval Gardens (Photo: Toby Savage)

 
A dinner in the dark event has been held in Aldershot, Hampshire, to raise awareness of the challenges faced by those with visual impairments.
The evening was run by developer David Wilson Homes and attended by the Mayor and Mayoress of Rushmoor, cllr Bruce Thomas and Tracey Thomas. It was designed to support Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
Guests enjoyed a two-course lunch whilst wearing a blindfold. In attendance from the Guide Dogs were Annette Butcher, treasurer, Steve Whittick, my guide, and Ellen Young, puppy raiser, who brought along a puppy in training named Roddy.
Read more at: https://www.inyourarea.co.uk/news/dinner-in-the-dark-in-aldershot-helps-raise-awareness-of-visual-impairment/

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