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Braveheart Walks back at the Centre!

Posted on Friday, February 16th, 2018

Braveheart Walks are back at the Centre over the coming months. There will be walks around the local area in February, March and April with the possibility of more later in the year. In addtion to these walks, Braveheart Walks take place across Forth Valley on a weekly and Monthly basis. Upcoming Walks from the […]

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Pop-up Restaurant is Taste Sensation

Posted on Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Following on from last year’s highly successful trial, Forth Valley Sensory Centre will once again be hosting a pop-up restaurant featuring organic, locally sourced produce. This year’s event takes place on Thursday 22nd March, 6pm for 6:30pm start. Taking place in partnership with Forth Environment Link, the pop-up restaurant aims to showcase the bounty available […]

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RNIB Living With Sight Loss Course

Posted on Monday, February 12th, 2018

RNIB Scotland will be hosting a two day ‘Living With Sight Loss’ course here at Forth Valley Sensory Centre this March, providing practical advice and support. The free course takes place on 3rd May and 10th May (attendees need to come both days) from 10am to 3pm. The session is being run by Alan Grieg, […]

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Vacancy – Volunteer Treasurer/Trustee

Posted on Friday, February 9th, 2018

Forth Valley Sensory Centre has a vacancy for a Treasurer/Trustee to join our organisation. Forth Valley Sensory Centre (FVSC) provides a wide range of high quality services for children, adults and elderly people living with either a hearing or sight impairment. The FVSC is looking to appoint a new Trustee to take on the role […]

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Miss Saigon a hit with Theatre Group!

Posted on Friday, February 9th, 2018

Our regular blind and partially sighted theatre group had a great night out in Edinburgh this week when they went to ‘see’ Miss Saigon. The show was at the Festival Theatre and everyone praised the welcoming and accomodating staff. Before the show, Theatre Group members were invited backstage to feel the props and discuss the […]

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