Peterborough Mobility Team
Our office in Peterborough consists of a team of 22 staff; we have around 240 guide dog owners at any time and we cover the following areas:
The Peterborough Mobility Team are here to help and if we cannot help you directly, we will do what we can to work with other service providers in the area to meet your needs.
So if you think we can help you or someone you know, or you'd like to know more about how you can support our work through volunteering or fundraising, please call, write or email our office using the contact details provided on this page.
Peterborough Mobility Team
0845 372 7425
- Dog-owners teamed up with the Lynn and District Fundraising Group to raise more than £250 at a charity car boot sale in Hunstanton. Read more about the car boot sale fundraiser
- Control your pets plea after guide dog attack in Fairstead - Recent Dog attacks in Kings Lynn are causing a concern to our guide dog owners who are asking for pet dogs to be kept under control.
- Guide dogs coping is hard enough as it is in West Norfolk - Guide Dog owners in Kings Lynn navigating A-Boards and cluttered streets have highlighted our Streets Ahead campaign.
- Students at college in Suffolk to sponsor a puppy after raising more than £1500 for Guide Dogs.
- High octane fun for three blind men - group of blind drivers took to Waterbeach Barracks airfield in a classic Alvis car.
- My Guide: Talking Newspaper Article - Helen Sismore from Guide Dogs discusses how the My Guide service benefits local people who are blind or partially sighted with Peterborough's Talking Newspaper.
- They call it puppy love as Michelle meets Michelle – optician from Stowmarket Specsavers meets her puppy namesake.
- Ipswich taxi driver prosecuted - a couple from Ipswich win court case after being refused the use of a taxi because they had their guide dogs with them.
- Could your workplace make a world of difference? – our warmest thanks go to the team at BP Service station, Ely. The newly refurbished store contacted the team and asked for some collection boxes. After just two weeks with the boxes they got back in touch to say that they were full! In total the service station has raised over £200 for Guide Dogs! Find out more about how your workplace can support Guide Dogs.
Find out more about collection boxes and how your workplace can support Guide Dogs.
- Would you like to get involved with Guide Dogs in your local area? Volunteering with your Guide Dogs local fundraising group means you'll join a friendly team and meet new people (as well as some more of our fabulous four legged friends). You could be doing anything from helping out at a collection to selling our trading goods. Most importantly, by giving just one hour of your time, you'll be making a real difference by helping Guide Dogs enable people who are blind or partially sighted to enjoy the same freedom of movement as everyone else.