Selby District Vision
Selby District Vision is a local charity committed to helping people experiencing sight loss, within the Selby District.
First established in the early 1960’s, then registered officially as a charity in the early 1980’s, Selby District Vision has been assisting local people for over 50 years.
- Free, Confidential Advice and Support
- Daily living aids and resources
- Social and recreational opportunities
Location and Contact Details
There are an estimated 2,000 people living with sight loss in the Selby District today. We are dedicated to reaching those individuals, assisting and supporting them however we can.
We aim to meet the needs of visually impaired people by providing information, resources, social and recreation opportunities; promoting independence. Striving to involve the wider community in our work, we provide the public with visual awareness opportunities and have regular community fundraising events.
Receiving no state funding, we rely entirely on fundraising, legacies and donations to continue our work. Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organisation.
Monday 09.30am – 3pm
Tuesday 09.30am – 3pm
Thursday 09.30am – 3pm
Friday 09.30am – 3pm
For all new clients we can offer a home visit to fully assess your individual needs, or make an appointment for you to come in and see us. Our Outreach officer can offer you support, advice, information. By listening to your issues we can research what solutions might be available. Sometimes even small changes can make a big difference to assist and enable you.