Above: Mayor of Cheshire East Cllr Rod Fletcher, Ayshea Domun and Jo Taylor of Macclesfield-based Spectrum Ophthalmics
The East Cheshire Eye Society Vision Day event recently took place at Macclesfield Town Hall.
Several VIP guests attended including multiple gold winner paralympic cyclist Sophie May (nee Thornhill) MBE, the Mayor of Cheshire East and Mayor of Macclesfield, and David Rutley MP, assisted by wo members of Spectrum Ophthalmics, Ayshea Domun and Jo Taylor.
The event aims to help people affected by sight loss to lead fulfilling lives at home, at work and in the community. Featuring sight loss advice, an exhibition showcasing the latest equipment and visual impairment support, details for a broad range of services offered from sight loss charities, organisations and suppliers was available to guests.
Inspiring guests at Vision Day was visually impaired Sophie May who has enjoyed an exceptional career as a racing cyclist competing in para-cycling tandem track events, winning gold medals, world champion titles and setting world records.
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