An exhibition featuring assistive technology for visually impaired people is coming to Norfolk.

As well as exploring technology, VisionZone will give insight into the services offered by the Norfolk sight loss charity, Vision Norfolk.

The showcase will include three leading assistive technology suppliers: Optelec, Synapptic and Cobolt Systems.

They will present and demonstrate their technological aids designed to facilitate independent living for the vision impaired.

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The events are scheduled at three different Vision Norfolk’s community hubs in the county, taking place from May 20 to May 22, between 10am and 2pm.

The Norwich date is Monday, May 20 at Bradbury Activity Centre, in Beckham Place, off Edward Street.

This is followed the next day by the charity's hubs in Great Yarmouth and then in King's Lynn on May 22.

Vision Norfolk's CEO, Andrew Morter, said: "These events are a great opportunity for people living with sight loss to bring themselves up to speed with the latest technology which has been developed to help them live independent lives, as well as find out more about the support and services that Vision Norfolk offers."