Thomas Pocklington Trust is a leading provider of housing and support for people with sight loss. The Trust offers people who are blind or have sight loss the support and encouragement to lead an independent life, based on their individual requirements.
Our supported housing services in Wolverhampton are situated at Lord Street and Newhampton Road East. Thomas Pocklington Trust promotes and independence and choice in everyday living for people with sight loss: Our key services include:
Additionally, our resource centres provide access to a range of opportunities for people with sight loss such as social activities, educational classes, vision rehabilitation assistance, and access to IT facilities.
Volunteering with Thomas Pocklington Trust can be rewarding and great fun. It’s a fantastic way to gain new skills, meet new people and make real, lasting friendships.
Our volunteers make a vital contribution to the work of the charity. They are involved in a wide range of activities that:
- help us to provide additional services to our users
- provide support in enabling our users to access services and participate in activities that increase their choices and help them maintain full and active lives
- provide new perspectives
- increase our contact with the local community that we serve.
Additional services such as home visiting and befriending, drop-in services, and Talking News services are also provided by our dedicated team of staff and volunteers.