How to find us

Our Registered Office

If you wish to make a general enquiry no appointment is necessary. Appointments can be made for you to visit our Daily Living Shop, Magnifier Assessments, ICT enquries or with our Chief Executive. Please visit our Registered Office 9.30 am - 12.30 pm Monday - Thursday. Access is by way of two steps from the pavement. For wheelchair users who wish to speak with a team member and the two steps at the entrance to the Registered Office are found to be in accessible alternative arrangements can be made at our Sight Centre which is accessible. The white door has a yellow notice with black letters saying no 1 Albert Street - sight airedale Office please enter.

The Lena Anderton Meeting Room

If you are attending a meeting in the ground floor Lena Anderton Meeting Room, you need to come to the Sight Centre at 31 Scott Street. When you arrive for your meeting press the button marked G this will ring in the meeting room and the organiser of the meeting will let you in. The address and post code for the Lena Anderton Meeting Room is:-

There is no public telephone for this address.

Access is by way of an accessible wheelchair ramp

The Sight Centre

The Sight Centre is located at 31 Scott Street, Keighley if you have an appointment at the Sight Centre with the ICT manager please press the button marked 1. The address of the Sight Centre is:-

Car Parking

Limited car parking on the charity property is available outside of Office hours. Vehicles and contents left at owners risk. A public pay and display car park is at 49 Scott Street, Keighley, BD21 2JH is within walking distance of the building. The charges are:

  • 80p up to an one hour
  • £1.00 up to two hours
  • £1.50 up to three hours
  • £2.00 up to four hours
  • £3.50 over four hours
  • Disabled badge holders are exempt


What's New

Wednesday 10 and 17 July from 10am to 3.30pm, 31 Scott Street, Keighley

Our living with sight loss courses gives people the opportunity to meet and chat with other people living with sight loss in a relaxed, informal environment. Our volunteer speakers, who are people living with sight loss, tell their stories and answer questions.

To mark our 110th Anniversary a new tactile map was unveiled at a special event held on Tuesday 9 May 2017.

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