Royal National Institute for the Blind adventure holidays

9th March 2001 at 00:00

Scuba diving, dry-slope skiing, climbing, pony-trekking (pictured) and archery are among the outdoor activities on offer in the summer holiday programme run by the Royal National Institute for the Blind. The holidays are open to children and teenagers between eight and 18 who have sight problems. They are subsidised by the RNB and cost pound;235 per person, including accommodation and food, but not transport to and from the centres.

For details, contact Angela Dinning or Jane Dawson at RNIB Education and Employment Centre, Grosvenor House, Grosvenor Road, Leeds LS6 2DZ. Tel: 0113 274 8855. Fax: 0113 274 8800. Email:

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