It’s Spring… it’s Easter… it’s April’s Dorking Talking!

This month we’re catching up with volunteers, looking at what’s happening on Dorking High Street and hearing about a possible true “miracle cure” for macular degeneration. If you like exploring, find out why it’s worth registering as sight impaired; hear about about a personalised sighted guiding scheme  and discuss how to make buildings more accessible to people with sight loss. On the other hand if history’s your thing, we uncover Britain’s first Brexit (much, much earlier than it sounds!); talk to a lady who remembers working at Milton Court during the war years, and enjoy an feature from Good Housekeeping of 1922. And this month, instead of a cup of tea, we offer a mug of best bitter!

01 April Welcome

02 Birthdays & Celebrations

03 Chairman’s Spring Newsletter

04 High Street Report

05 Meet Anne Butler

06 AMD Stem Cell Cure

07 Why Register as Sight Impaired?

08 Doris Kulokowska at Milton Court in WWII

09 Personal Sighted Guiding

10 Brew are You – Surrey Breweries

11 GH Archive – First Women Voters

12 Making Buildings VI Accessible

13 Britain’s First Brexit

14 Thought for the Month – Parental Love

15 Endpiece

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