Volunteers are wanted to assist blind people

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WOULD you like to make a real practical difference to a blind or partially-sighted person?

The charity Guide Dogs for the Blind is looking for volunteers to provide assistance to people in and around the Havant area, helping them to practise local routes, use buses, and get into playing and watching more football or golf.

The role would suit someone who likes to get out and about, lives in Havant or the surrounding area, and could spare one to two hours a week for between three to six months.

Full training and ongoing support and supervision are provided. Volunteers must be 18 or over and would require a DBS check.

To find out more about how you could help towards a blind or partially-sighted person getting more out of life, contact Hazel Dyson on 0845 372 7428 or at hazel.dyson@guidedogs.org.uk