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Visitor Information

QAC would like to welcome you to Sight Village Birmingham.

Every year, a large number of visitors come to our Sight Village exhibitions to find out more about the latest technology, equipment and support services available to people who are blind or partially-sighted. If you or a family member have a visual impairment it could be of great help to visit the show. We also welcome a wide range of professionals that support people with visual impairments and businesses looking to better meet the needs of their employees and customers.

The 2016 exhibition will take place on Tuesday 19th July and Wednesday 20th July.

Doors will be open from 10.00am to 4.00pm on the 19th and 10.00am until 3.00pm on the 20th.

As with previous years, Sight Village Birmingham will be held at New Bingley Hall.

Entry is free to all QAC Sight Village events.

We look forward to seeing you all at Sight Village Birmingham 2016

A Photo showing a Sight Village Exhibition

Guide Dogs

QAC Sight Village welcomes guide dog users. There will be a dedicated spending area and water available.

Sighted guides

If you require help navigating around the exhibition we have a number of volunteers that will be available to act as sighted guides, please enquire at reception when you arrive at the exhibition

Show catalogue in alternate formats

The show guide will be available in Print, Braille and Audio at reception

Pre-show queries

QAC Sight Village is organised by Queen Alexandra College. If you have an enquiry about Sight Village Birmingham please do not hesitate to contact us.

You can email us at: sv@qac.ac.uk, phone us at: 0121 428 5041 or write to us at: QAC Sight Village, Court Oak Rd, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9TG. We will do our best to answer your query promptly.

Feedback

After the show you are invited to email us with your suggestions on how we can improve the event.

Email us at sv@qac.co.uk

What the students say

I have met some amazing and inspiring people that have made me think about my future and what job I want.

Lizzy - 20

Health and Social Care Student

Lizzy
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