My Guest Contributions & Mentions


As well as people kindly sharing links to my posts and videos in general, I’ve also been extremely fortunate to receive mentions in, and make contributions to, other people’s content. This post contains a list of all such appearances that I’m aware of. You can also see Youtube videos where I’ve been featured or mentioned in my contributions playlist.

Thank you so much to everyone who has mentioned, featured, or collaborated with me. It’s very flattering and a great privilege!  Please let me know if I’ve been mentioned or promoted somewhere that isn’t mentioned here, as I would love to thank them and post a link back here.

And if you’d like to arrange a guest post or collaboration, you’re welcome to send me any ideas and I’ll consider them. I post about visual impairment, general disability topics, and things I enjoy doing in London. So if your request is related to those things, you’re more likely to get a reply, and I will get back to you as soon as I can. You can email me at welleyenever@icloud.com or tweet me. I look forward to hearing from you! 🙂

Aniridia Network UK

Selfie of me taken in a full length mirror at home, wearing a white t-shirt with the Aniridia Network logo in the middle. It is a silhouette of an eyebrow over a pupil with a glint of light in it. Standing across the top of the brow are 6 differently coloured figures, like gingerbread men, holding hands.

I do a bit of online volunteer work for this charity, assisting with promotional communications and social media, as time allows, including:

East London Vision

Me with Carol from Metro Blind Sport and Nicola from East London Vision on Tower Bridge.
Me with Carol from Metro Blind Sport and Nicola from East London Vision on Tower Bridge. Photo credit: East London Vision

I joined East London Vision shortly after moving to London and have taken part in many social events with them since

Fashioneyesta

Another shot of Emily and Glen sitting next to each other on the grass in the shade
Image Credit: Emily Davison

Emily has been very supportive of my blogging, and an amazing friend since I moved to London. I’m also helping her to caption all of her videos, which has earned me the nickname Captain Caption! As well as giving me lots of kind shoutouts on Facebook and Twitter, I’ve also been mentioned or featured in the following posts:

Nystagmus Network

Me speaking in front of a large group of people, wearing a white shirt with dark tie and trousers.

Nystagmus is my other sight condition, so naturally I’ve been getting involved with this charity as well, including giving my first ever public speech.

RNIB

RNIB tweet text - Did you know there are over 200 eye conditions? Share how you see. Hashtag How I See. Attached to the tweet is a video compilation featuring myself and 3 other bloggers talking about our eye conditions.

I’ve been getting involved with the Royal National Institute for the Blind in a few ways, including awareness material for their campaigns and guest posts.

Scope

Screenshot of Scope's Youtube video - Vloggers respond to our End The Awkward 2015 campaign - with my contribution currently playing.

I’ve been involved with a few campaigns with this disability charity, helping to spread awareness and support.

Bloggers

Me standing in the middle of a football field surrounded by many other people. I'm wearing sunglasses, and a white t-shirt with a colour logo saying All The Stations.
Photo credit: James Buller

Radio Interviews

Products & Services Suppliers

My inclusion on these sites is not necessarily an endorsement for their products or services, as I’ve never used them.

 

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