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  • Potato Pancakes

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    These make a delicious alternative to traditional pancakes for Shrove Tuesday. They’re great topped with poached or scrambled eggs, and also make a tasty alternative served with soup instead of bread. Spice up your pancakes by adding half a teaspoon of turmeric and one teaspoon of curry powder to the mixture.

  • Driving Experience of a lifetime

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    When I was a small boy my father got his first car. I used to sit beside him in the front. He would let me move the gear levers, and I thought: “This is great! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to sit behind the wheel… but I’ll never do it.”

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    Guide dog train travel tips

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    I have a large guide dog called Mac, who is 41 kilograms, and I’m six feet three inches tall. When I travel by train, I need the seat next to me to be free for Mac to sit comfortably in safety and not be in the aisle of the train.

  • Touching experience at the British Museum

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    I recently visited a new gallery at the British Museum, featuring The Rothschild Collection of Renaissance Artefacts and Art Objects. However, my heart sank when I got there and realised the gallery was dark with glass cases that were lit up.

  • Six ways to get the most out of tech when you travel

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    What type of technology should you bring on your summer holiday? We asked travel bugs across the RNIB Connect Community for their top tips.

  • Staying active this spring

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    You might have to do things differently as a blind or partially sighted person, but it certainly shouldn’t stop you from getting out and about.

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    My Voice research

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    RNIB have recently published My Voice, the largest ever survey of its kind. The report provides a much needed update on the realities of life as a blind or partially sighted person in the UK today.

  • Cycling, cities and going round in circles: Adventures in Europe on a Brompton

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    Intrepid traveller Peter O’Driscoll, who is partially sighted, has written a two-part blog about his experiences interrailing and cycling around Europe.

  • How we worked with NatWest to make the first accessible banking app

    The latest NatWest mobile app was developed by NatWest, in partnership with RNIB.

  • Introducing: The VIP Project

    Musicians spanning a range of genres have been imparting the secrets of songwriting to eight lucky aspiring performers in Birmingham.

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