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    Welcome to the WSBPS.

    Offering help, support and advice to those with serious sight problems in Wirral since 1989.
    Need help or advice? Call us today on 0151 652 8877 or visit our centre.

     

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Help Us Today.

As a local, independent charity, we rely heavily on grants, donations and community support.

There are loads of ways that you can help from a simple one off donation to volunteering your time or, if you're really feeling energetic, perhaps you could run a marathon or climb a mountain on our behalf. Interested? Follow the red button...

Who.

The Wirral Society of the Blind and Partially Sighted was established in October 1989 by a group of visually impaired people. Their aim was to create an organisation to offer help, support and advice to those with serious sight problems in Wirral.

What.

We promote, encourage and facilitate self-help and independence by empowering people and removing the barriers they face.

Where.

Based in Birkenhead, the WSBPS is the only voluntary organisation based in Wirral offering support to people with visual impairments, covering all wards within the borough of Wirral.

Some nice words about the WSBPS…
  • After many years of depression with losing my sight I picked up the courage to come to Ashville. The team at Ashville Lodge put me at ease and I soon realised that here I was treated as a normal human being.

    Margaret, Wirral

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