Guide Dogs

London Mobility Team

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Service summary

Formerly known as The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, Guide Dogs is the registered charity which organises and trains dogs for the visually impaired to assist visually impaired people to remain as mobile as possible. Covering all London boroughs, the London Team is responsible for training all guide dogs given to new clients and existing guide dog owners.   

Applications for a guide dog is open to young people as well as adults.

As a key resource for visually impaired people, guide dogs can improve the mobility of a range of users who live with sight loss. The London Team forms part of a wider network of guide dog teams which provide fundraising events, training, volunteering opportunities, information relating to latest news, and support groups.

Further information

A local training centre is located in Chigwell at:

Findlay House
Manor Road
Woodford Green
IG8 8ER

Telephone: 0845 372 7421
Opening hours: 9am to 5pm

 

The page was last updated on 24 July 2015

Main address

Walkden House
10 Melton Street
London
NW1 2EB

Main telephone

0845 372 7415

Organisation email

london@guidedogs.org.uk