Annual General Meeting
The Atlas Centre has been recently modernised and is situated close to the train station and also to local pubs and restaurants.
This will be our opportunity to stock take and your opportunity to help us Make Lisburn Outlook more relevant and more effective in promoting social, recreational and cultural activities for blind and partially sighted people in our area.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Archery Taster Sessions
City of Belfast Archery Club are hopeful of funding to run taster archery sessions for people with sight loss and if there is enough interest to develop this into a club. They would be running these sessions in the evening from their premises in Boucher Road (the former B&Q building) – most likely starting early this year.
At this stage they don’t have starting dates, days or times but are just looking to see how many people might be interested in this.
If you are interested in this, please contact Olive Rodgers on 02890334133 as soon as possible.
Quiz Time Again
The Mayor of Lisburn and Castlereagh is again hosting a table quiz in support of his mayoral charity, on 28th March. Last year a Lisburn Outlook team acquitted itself well and I’m sure we can do even better this year.
If you would like to be a member of the team, please contact David on 07766302496 or via email@example.com.
Café & Co meet once a month in local cafes for coffee, tea, goodies, and chat! It’s a great opportunity to get together, meet new people and swap experiences. Our February coffee morning will be on Thursday 14th, at Glasshouse Coffee in Lisburn Square, from 10.30 to 12.
It was great to see so many people at our January coffee morning.
Our ‘sip & sup’ pub evenings have now stopped for the winter. Keep an eye on our social media or web site for information about recommencement in early spring.
Our Tandem and Walking Groups have now stopped for the winter months. We hope to resume them in early spring. Keep a watch on our web site or social media for further updates.
RNIB Awareness Raising Volunteers
Una Mulgrew – the RNIB Connect community facilitator is setting up a new volunteer team to help deliver awareness raising sessions to the public. She is holding an initial meeting on Tuesday 22nd January 11am – 1pm in RNIB
Lisburn Macular Group
The Lisburn Macular Society Support Groupmeet on the second Monday of each month from 11am-12.30pm atThe Bridge Community Centre, 50 Railway Street, Lisburn. If you need any further details contact Anna on 07717603551.