Scotland News and Media
For more information, our press officer Ian Brown can be contacted on the numbers below:
- Telephone: 0131 652 3164
- Mobile: 07918 053 952
- Email: email@example.com
Latest media releases
22 September 2014 | We’ve joined with Carers Scotland during National Eye Health Week to emphasise the importance of looking after your sight.
15 September 2014 | The Edinburgh-based company is backing our drive to make public transport more open to passengers with sight loss.
4 September 2014 | Our two-day conference in Glasgow will explore how cutting-edge technology is transforming the lives of people with sight loss.
25 August | Our new Lottery-funded advice line can help people in Ayrshire, Forth Valley and Edinburgh and the Lothians.
23 August 2014 | Two generations are meeting in Galashiels meet to learn from each other.
17 August 2014 | We launch our latest audio book at Edinburgh International Book Festival and our hopes that more books will be accessible to readers with sight loss.
29 July 2014 | Our new archive project is being launched today, thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
21 July 2014 | Insight Radio presenter Allan Russell and guide dog Troy will run in his home town of Glasgow.
18 July 2014 | RNIB’s campaign to make bus services more accessible is launched in Scotland today.
8 July 2014 | RNIB Scotland is a partner in wide-ranging moves to integrate sensory loss services across the region, launched today.
25 June 2014 | An Insight Radio debate in Edinburgh is being recorded today on how the Referendum result could affect the lives of blind and partially sighted people living in Scotland.
19 May 2014 | Edinburgh is to host Scotland’s first ever ‘Sensory Mela’ promoting sight and hearing loss services to ethnic minority communities.
22 April 2014 | Residents of Ayrshire and Arran are to get an opportunity to put their own views on wide-ranging plans to re-shape support for people with sight and hearing loss.
15 April 2014 | Too many Scots are still not being offered the vital emotional and practical support they need when they start to go blind.