#WhiteCane the stick.

Last weekend Emma and I went to visit London and watch Ollie in his college performance of “Our House” in a theartre in Severn Sisters, North London. The show was understandable brilliant. After three years of training at London’s leading dance and drama college @theurdang you could only or would only expect that. Emma and … More #WhiteCane the stick.

The Tails of Teal the guide dog. Plymouth to Paddington

Six Hours on a train in February 2020 and through a storm ! Team Imeson’s members Emma, Teal and myself Roy had personal invites to St James Palace in London to be honourable guests at the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award ceremony. On Monday 10th February 2020. The day before I had been working in … More The Tails of Teal the guide dog. Plymouth to Paddington

Blind Man Roy makes a solo walk happen

Recently I made the decision to walk a similar distance with as much height gain as possible matching the day four of our “Epic Expedition” whilst staying close to my home. Day four – The Yorkshire Three Peaks – https://www.threepeakschallenge.uk/yorkshire-three-peaks-challenge/route The reason behind this walk was to help me gain confidence that I can manage … More Blind Man Roy makes a solo walk happen

Loosing Faces

Blooming Cataracts In October 2018, I was diagnosed as blind. The optometrist calmly said my sight had reached this status which was enhanced with two growing cataracts. Recently this state has sent me into a world of “blur”. This new condition has led me to learn a new coping strategy, It’s a simple one. This … More Loosing Faces

Training can be more than just a walk around a National Park in the UK.

Over a weekend in February Laura and I made a positive decision to “get up and go”. Our choice of direction was “upwards” and off we set for the most local highest point. This blog is more of a pictorial update rather than the usual 1000 words. I hope you enjoy the videos. When I … More Training can be more than just a walk around a National Park in the UK.