Events

6th July 2001 at 01:00
As part of One Vision - Safer Sunglasses, a summer campaign highlighting the importance of protecting your eyes from UV-B and UV-C radiation, Guide Dogs and local authorities are organising Shades for a Day on July 18. Participants in England and Wales will be asked to wear their sunglasses and donate pound;1 to Guide Dogs. All interested primary schools will be sent an information pack about eyes and eyecare. Tel: 0118 983 5555.E-mail: shadesforaday@gdba.org.uk Web: www.guidedogs.org.uk

The National Autistic Society is looking for volunteers for the Flora Light Challenge for Women taking place in London's Hyde Park, September 2. A fundraising pack and free t-shirt are available. Closing date for entries: July 31. Contact Emma Bolton, tel: 020 7903 3551. E-mail: ebolton@nas.org.uk

A free canalboat holiday is available to children and teenagers with primary immunodeficiency. Dates are August 25-27 and August 29-31. The trip follows the Kennet and Avon canal starting at Hungerford, Berkshire. Tel: 01488 658134. For Primary Immunodeficiency Association information, tel: 020 7976 7640.E-mail: pimmune@dial.pipex.com Web: www.pia.org.uk

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