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I would just like to introduce myself I am Tony Axon and my role is the My Guide Volunteer Manager for Merseyside and Cheshire here at Guide Dogs.
My role involves recruiting volunteers to be Sighted Guides for people with visual impairment. In the UK, almost two million people are living with sight loss and around 180,000 rarely leave their home alone.
The volunteer is there to enable the person with a visual impairment to get out and about and do the things that they want to do I am currently trying to recruit volunteers in Chester and surrounding areas.
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