Whatever you do for us, and whether you are currently active or waiting to be able to volunteer again, we are SO grateful to you all. You have had a huge impact on the lives of blind and partially sighted people in York over the past year. Take a look at this short video, in […]
£11.24 per hour 25 hours per week Monday to Friday For further details, and to download the Job Description and Application Form, please visit our Vacancies page.
For example, riders must register their credit card details and verify their driving licence before starting. The scooters themselves are speed limited, and are unable to enter into areas such as footstreets. And they have to start and end their journeys in designated parking areas, so they should not be found littering the city’s pavements. […]
We are looking for a dynamic, forward-thinking Honorary Treasurer, someone who shares our vision and values, and who has the right skills and experience to support our financial decision-making. For more information, see our Vacancies page.
If you need support during this time, please contact City of York Council’s Adult Social Care team on 01904 555111. If you have an urgent out-of-hours enquiry, the city’s Emergency Duty Team can be reached on 01609 780780. We wish you all a very safe and happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year. We look […]
Please join us on Thursday 17th December, 1-2.30pm, on Zoom or by telephone. Festivities to include a seasonal quiz, carol singing and the famous Christmas raffle. Bring your own refreshments including a suitably seasonal cake or pie… Please let us know in advance that you would like to come.
MySight York will be hosting two events during the week: An eye health-themed quiz, on Zoom and by telephone, led by Sally Chignell: Monday 30th November, 2-3pm An online cookery demonstration by visually impaired cook and baker Jackie Watson: Wednesday 2nd December, 10.30-11.45am. Please let us know in advance if you would like to join […]
Martin brings a wealth of project management and financial experience, as well as experience of sight loss, to the organisation. You can read more about him here, or look out for an interview in November’s edition of YorView.
Jim has guided MySight York through some major changes, including new Chief Executives, a full rebrand and the move to new premises. He leaves the charity in a strong position which reflects his own values – caring, resilient and with the needs of visually impaired people at the heart of everything we do. He has […]
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