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Society Operations
Friday 15th January


The Society will be remaining closed to visitors for the foreseeable future but please be assured that we are still operating and delivering the best service we can to our Members and those with a visual impairment, and we would welcome new Members too.

Please be aware that our Resource Room is still available by appointment only or by letting us know what you require and we can deliver to your door.

Our staff will be still be available to contact on 227101, so if you are ever feeling like to need to chat to somebody we will still be at the end of the phone.

Please continue to take care and stay safe.

Alison Rae

On behalf of the Board of Directors.


Food & Grocery deliveries

The Food Train Dundee – tel 801944

Dundee Volunteer & Voluntary Action food

delivery – tel 305705

Scott Brothers Butchers – premade boxes of

fruit, veg and dairy along with meat deliveries

to vulnerable and those self isolating,

tel 819417

Clementines of Broughty Ferry – free delivery

of fruit, veg, dried pasta, soup and meal bags

etc, tel 738939

Les Turriff Fruit & Veg – 773838

Snappy Shopper – online delivery service from

local shops


TeleTaxis – are making deliveries to the

vulnerable and those self isolating – tel 825825


The Food Train Friends – tel 810944

Community Companions – Dundee

Volunteer & Voluntary Action

tel Clare 07983707168 or Efi 07939154330

Blether Tigether

Tel 413072


DIAL-OP Keeping the people of Dundee

informed and helping them to feel connected,

safer and valued, tel 305757

Dundee Blind and Partially Sighted Society was founded in 1879 and is a local independent charity providing services to the citizens of Dundee, Angus, Perthshire and North East Fife.

DBPSS is working towards a world where all people who are blind or partially sighted enjoy the same rights, opportunities and responsibilities as everyone else.

We provide a wide range of services to people with a visual impairment and we advise Members on all aspects of support services in relation to their visual loss.

The Society is funded by donations through our Facebook page and legacies - people ofter confuse us as being part of some national organisation e.g. RNIB or Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, but we are not part of these organisations and we are not funded by them.

DBPSS offers its Members a extensive calendar of social activities throughout the year, these include Bingo, Craft Club, Lunch Club, a Reminiscence Group, Games Afternoons, our very popular Armchair Aerobics, and weekly outings amongst others.  These activities are aimed at ensuring that Members are able to participate in and benefit from activities similar to those enjoyed by their sighted peers.  We have our own transport system which gives door to door service, making it more convenient and easier for Members to attend.

DBPSS recognises that the social activities offered are a vital lifeline to its Members, it offers them an opportunity to meet and engage with their contemporaries, participate in group outings and share experiences. 

Check out our Monday outings for February if you would like to attend any of the activities please give us a call on 227101.

Although we offer these services to all, we are not a day care centre and cannot offer services to those that require one-to-one personal care unless accompanied by a carer. 

If you would like to become a Member, we would love to hear from you.

We also offer accessible room hire and catering to outside organisations who wish to hold events, please see our Meeting Rooms for Hire page for further information  


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