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Meet Laura & Tom!

Ramble Tag have been finalists in the RNIB Innovation of the Year awards 2019, runners up in the Blackwood design awards 2019, and now Tom is nominated for the NDA awards 2020.   They have gained the support of the RNIB and other worldwide charities, with many of them stocking the Tag in their own shops.  We are also very excited to be working with an American company to make them more readily available in the US, as well as the sightloss charity in Canada, the CNIB.

This video below was made for our Kickstarter crowd-funding in October 2018 and shows how we got started. 

Where is the Ramble Tag being used?

Many airports and train stations throughout the UK are using the Ramble Tag for assistance, as well as various public spaces such as theatres, council buildings, stadiums, hospitals (as far as the Emirates) and public attractions (as exciting as the Tate gallery London.) 

Glasgow airport were the first to recognise the Ramble Tags benefits with their OCS teams welcoming this innovative approach to guiding.  

blind lady and her guide dog being guided by train staff using a ramble tag. they are in a train station
Airport and train transport assistance
blind golfer being guided with a tartan ramble tag over the green grass, against the blue sky. perfect sunny day activity
Golf, mountain climbing, outdoors
guide runner celebrating with blind runner
Guided sports, running, playing

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