Still looking for last-minute gifts and stocking fillers, perhaps for a person with a visual impairment? The RNIB have possibly got the solution – whether you want a practical present or a nice little something that supports the work they do at RNIB to make every day better for those affected by sight loss. Their latest newsletter has a great range of gift ideas, including the following:
An eco-friendly reindeer-shaped plate is too cute to use just at Christmas. Each one is hand-polished and crafted from bamboo, and perfect for snacks or baby’s first Christmas dinner (we think they’ll love it so much, they’ll be asking for it at every meal.)
A Happy Families card game makes the perfect stocking filler. Collect as many complete woodland families as you can. With beautiful animal illustrations and the family names in contracted braille, anyone aged three and over can play.
If you’re shopping for a bookworm, a stylish copper page marker is sure to hit the target. This flexible arrow-shaped page marker doesn’t just help you find your page – it can point you to the last line you read. Suitable for books and magazines. Clips to both left and right pages.