Telford Tinnitus Support Group


Email: [email protected]

Contact: Fiona Checkley

Telephone: 01743 358356

Address: C/O Signal, 8a College Hill, Shrewsbury SY1 1LZ

This Support group is for people experiencing tinnitus and provides opportunity for people to meet others. It also:

  • Enables people to come together to share their experience of tinnitus in a friendly, informal atmosphere.
  • It is facilitated by the Shrewsbury & Telford Hospital NHS Trust’s Audiology Department and local hard of hearing charity-Signal & is affiliated to the British Tinnitus Association.
  • A member of the Audiology Department attends the group meetings to offer further support and guest speakers provide additional information & advise.
  • Quarterly Meetings take place in Telford at Meeting Point House, Southwater Square, Telford, TF3 4HS

For more information please email [email protected] or telephone 01743 364644


Find us on Twitter @shroptinnitus 

Registered Charity Number 1151615




Email:  [email protected]

Contact Form:

Telephone: 01296 395995  

Address: Stoke Mandeville, Guttman Road Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire HP21 9PP 

Wheelpower: The British Wheelchair Sports Foundation (BWSF) is the national organisation and charity for British Wheelchair Sport.

The aim of the organisation is to provide, promote and develop opportunities for men, women and children with disabilities to participate in recreational and competitive wheelchair sport

We have been providing opportunities in sport for people with physical impairments for nearly 70 years.

Based in Stoke Mandeville, the home of the Paralympic movement, WheelPower is at the heart of wheelchair sport.

While sport can develop confidence and improve your health, it’s also a great way to put a smile on the faces of those taking part. Each year, WheelPower supports over 100,000 disabled people to participate in sport and activity across the country.

Blind Veterans

Blind Veterans Association


Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 020 7723 5021

Helpline:  0800 389 7979

Address: Blind Veterans UK, 12-14 Harcourt Street, London W1H 4HD

We are here to support anyone who has served in the Armed Forces, or who has done M=National Service, and who is now living with significant sight loss.

We help blind ex-Service men and women lead independent and fulfilling lives by supporting them with our in-depth expertise, experience and full range of services.

We give veterans much needed support to adjust to sight loss, overcome the challenges of blindness and enjoy daily life. Our charity has been offering physical and emotional support to vision-impaired veterans since 1915.


Find us on Face Book @BlindVeteransUK and Twitter @BlindVeterans

Registered Charity Number 216227

Wheelyboat Trust

Wheelyboat Trust (The)


Email:  [email protected]

Contact Form:

Telephone: 01798 342222

Address: Andy Beadsley, Director,The Wheelyboat Trust, North Lodge, Burton Park, Petworth West SussexGU28 0JT

Our work benefits people of all ages with a wide range of sensory, learning and mobility impairments.  Wheelyboats can be operated independently by disabled people who are less dependent on others; they can organise their own trips and can train for and attain RYA powerboating and other qualifications increasing their skills and enabling them to mentor others.  (The Royal Yachting Association’s new schemePowerabilityhas the specific aim of encouraging more disabled people on the water in motor and powerboats).  Those at the opposite end of the scale of independence enjoy the sensory stimulation of being on the water.  For people with complex needs like autism and epilepsy, boating activities have been shown to provide a calming experience enabling them to take an interest in their surroundings.  For older people whose mobility is declining, Wheelyboats play an increasingly important role in helping them remain active.


Find us on Face Book @Wheelyboats and Twitter @WheelyboatTrust

Fish Insurance

Fish Insurance (specialist insurers for pre-existing medical conditions, mobility issues and disabilities)


Email: [email protected]

Contact Form:

Telephone: 0333 331 3770

Address: 12, Sceptre Court, Sceptre Way, Bamber Bridge, Preston PR5 6AW 

For over forty years Fish Insurance has been providing specialist insurance in the UK for people with pre-existing medical conditions, disabilities or mobility issues.

Each of our 80,000 policyholders have policies that have been specially designed to meet their unique and specific requirements.

We provide specialist insurance cover for manual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs, mobility scooters, in-home products such as stair lifts and hoists as well as cover for a wheelchair accessible vehicle (WAV).

We also provide liability insurance to protect people who employ their own personal assistants in the home. In designing all our policies we work closely not just with our customers, but healthcare professionals, local authorities, mobility and healthcare equipment dealers, charities and our insurers.


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Email:[email protected]

Telephone: 020 8789 9575

Address: ClearVision Project, Linden Lodge School, 61 Princes Way, London SW196JB

Anybody in the UK or Ireland who needs children’s books with both braille and print text is welcome to join the ClearVision library. The books are sent directly to your address and there is no postage to pay. Membership is free to families; organisations such as schools, libraries and sensory support services pay a heavily-subsidised annual fee of £50. To join, complete the form below. If you have difficulty with this, please call us on 020 8789 9575.

Our books are designed to be shared and are suitable for any child who is learning braille or who might do so in the future. Some of our ‘readers’ are babies and toddlers whose parents are keen to get them used to feeling braille long before they learn to read it – in the same way that fully-sighted babies see print everywhere before they can make sense of it. We have board books, picture books and books for newly-fluent readers, but do not stock longer books for children who are independent readers. Once our borrowers have reached this level we encourage them to join other libraries which stock braille-only books, such as the RNIB Library.

Our books are ordinary children’s picture books with added braille (or Moon). They do not have enlarged print and are therefore not especially suitable for children with a visual impairment who are learning to read print. 


Find us on Twitter @ClearVisionOrg

Telford Autism Hub

Telford Autism Hub


Email: [email protected] 

Contact Form:

Telephone: 01952 916109 or 01952 916108 

Address: Telford Autism Hub, The Glebe Centre, Glebe Street, Wellington, Telford TF1 1JP  

We offer support and assistance with getting ASD diagnosis, and support with any Autism related issue. We provide monthly socials, along with monthly talks around autism to all our clients.

We also have weekly hubs ion a Friday for those who are transitioning through the diagnostic pathway. We are also a person centres which enables you to set your own goals now and for the future.


Find us on Face Book @Telford Autism Hub

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Shropshire Parent and Carer Council (PACC -unlocking doors together)

Email: [email protected]

Contact Form:
Address: Parent and Carer Council Shropshire, PO Box 4774, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 9EX

Our aim is that parents and carers are informed about, consulted about, and participate in, developments which affect their children. By joining PACC you will get the opportunity to participate in addressing the issues that affect your family. PACC is free to join and you can take part in as much or as little as you feel able to.

Parents and carers of children with a disability or an additional need often find it difficult to make their voices heard when seeking to influence the provision of services that affect them and the children in their care. At the same time there are health, social, education and other professionals who need input and feedback from parents and carers like you.

By registering as a PACC member you will be contacted by email by carefully vetted professionals seeking your input on the performance of services for children with disabilities or additional needs in Shropshire. These opportunities may take the form of a simple online questionnaire, or maybe an invitation to take part in a face-to-face consultation.

There is no obligation to respond and we do not record any personal information about you or your child. It’s simply an opportunity for you to connect with the professionals in your area who have the power to make a difference.

Activities include:

  • Events to bring parents and carers together
  • Taking part in consultations to government, etc.
  • Autism West Midlands summer programme of events
  • Newsletter
  • Links to other organisations
  • Information for professionals

Find us on Face Book @ShropsPACC and Twitter @ShropsPACC

Registered Charity Number 1150180


WRDLAC Wrekin Retirement and Disabled Living Angling Club

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Email: N/A

Telephone: Bob Painter 07468 580535 or Bill Duddell 07976 897590


The aim of the club is to help retired people and those living with a disability who fish or who would like to try fishing on the bankside, to join in our activities.

What can the club do for you?

  • Get you out weekly during the summer
  • Get you out to make new friends

If you want to try fishing for the first time, we can lend you equipment to get you started.
We will help you as much as we can always (not just when fishing)

Call Bob Painter 07468 580535 or Bill Duddell 07976 897590 for further information.



Find us on Face Book and Twitter

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Stourport Sports Club (British Cycling Disability Hub)


Email:  [email protected]

Telephone: 0161 274 2071 (British Cycling)

Address: Stourport Sports Club, Kingsway, Stourport On Severn, Worcestershire DY13 8BQ

British Cycling Disability Hub – Stourport

  • HSBC UK Disability Hub is based at Stourport Cycle Circuit and provides monthly sessions delivered by British Cycling coaches.
  • The disability hub sessions provide monthly traffic-free coaching for people with physical and learning disabilities.
  • The sessions aim to improve rider’s technique, fitness and confidence in a safe, fun and challenging environment.
  • The hub sessions help riders with a range of goals: whether to get into a new sport, meet new friends, improve fitness and confidence on a bike, rehabilitate from injury or train for competition.
  • The Stourport disability hub also has a range of adapted equipment on-site which includes handcycles, tandems and trikes, making the sessions accessible for those who don’t have access to their own bike.
  • We also like to encourage all family members to take part in the sessions.

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