The event consists of two separate sessions (listed below). When registering, select the ticket type which corresponds to the session(s) you wish to attend. Please register by Wednesday 16th November 2016.
Morning Session, 10:00-12:30, Children and Young People: Eye Health and Sight Loss
We will be hosting speakers and workshops considering the medical, social and educational needs of Children and Young People (CYP) with sight loss and how they are served across the South West.
Networking Lunch (for morning and all day participants), 12:30-13:00
Afternoon Session, 13:00-15:00, England Vision Strategy South West Event
England Vision Strategy and the Local Eye Health Network (LEHN) will be sharing the work that has been going on across the South West relating to the EVS priorities and the mapping the Adult Sight Loss Pathways across the region.
Train: It is a short walk from Exeter Central Station to the Community Centre. At the station turn right into Queen Street and walk to Richmond Road. Turn left and walk to the end of the road where you turn left into St David’s Hill. Keep walking until you get to the centre, a large red brick building on your right.
The Centre is also a short walk from St David’s Station. Walk straight ahead when you leave the station and cross the road into St Clement’s Lane. At the top of the lane turn right and when you reach a mini roundabout, carry straight on into St David’s Hill. Keep walking until you reach the Centre, a large red brick building on your right with two red telephone boxes near the main entrance.
If you would prefer to get a taxi from the station, there is a local company called Exe cars who can be contacted on 01392 555555.
Car: There is disabled parking available at the rear of the Centre. If you require a disabled parking space please inform us when providing your accessibility information, as spaces need to be pre-booked with the venue. Disabled spaces are limited and will therefore be provided on a first come first served basis.
There is no other parking available on site, however there are fee paying car parks in Bystock Terrace, Richmond Road, the Guildhall and Mary Arches. If you would like to receive information on prices and opening times of fee paying car parks, please request this from email@example.com.
For Park & Ride details, visit: http://www.devon.gov.uk/park_and_ride.htm
Bus: There is a bus stop in Hele Rd where the following buses stop: 55B, 56, 56A, 56B, 82, 155, 315, 369, 377, 510,599, X9. The H bus stops at St David’s Station and the D and H stop at Central Station. For more bus route information go to http://www.cartogold.co.uk/Devon_Transport/exeter.htm or call Stagecoach on 01392 427711.
Bike: There is a bicycle shed available at the Community Centre.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You do not need to bring a printed ticket to the event. Simply register to attend the event on this page and we will have a record of your attendance. You will receive an email confirming your place after you have registered.
What if I have accessibility requirements?
Exeter Community Centre is fully accessible with accessible toilets, a lift and parking for disabled customers. When registering for the event you will be asked to provide information regarding any accessibility requirements that you may have. If you would prefer to send us this information by email, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you require a disabled parking space, please specify this in your accessibility details.
What if I have registered and can no longer attend?
If you have registered for the event and can no longer attend, please email email@example.com to cancel your place.