The Life Without Limits Centre (LWLC)


Two people sit on a sofa in a large atrium. There are seating stools in front of them, a colourful orange graphic on the wall behind them and a green staircase leading down from the entrance above

In 2022 RSBC moved its new Life Without Limits Centre (LWLC) near London Bridge.

The innovative and unique new Centre realises a dream to deliver a space dedicated to supporting blind and partially sighted children and their families.

It was designed by world-leading architects EPR Architects, who have transformed a previously unused lower ground floor into an inclusive, vibrant and engaging space, which includes a media suite, an accessible kitchen, small meeting spaces for one-to-one support, and a large flexible space for group activities.

Media suite

The suite has state of the art technology, enabling young people to record podcasts and create other digital content.

Creative suite

Our Creative Suite is a space designed for vision impaired children and young people to sing and dance, get crafty, learn new instruments, and showcase their talents.

Learning hub

RSBC’s Learning Hub has the latest technology to enable young people to engage in workshops, study, learn and take part in our Assistive Technology sessions.


Our fully accessible kitchen has been designed for vision impaired people to navigate easily and use kitchen equipment safely. We hold cooking sessions here which are also live-streamed using the Centre’s technology, meaning young people can ‘Cook-Along’ from home too.

The Centre also has a dedicated modern office space for RSBC’s staff.

Julie Davis, our CEO, says: “RSBC is delighted to celebrate two years since we opened this fabulous, purpose-built space, and it really has been a game-changer for us. The Life Without Limits Centre has helped to transform how we deliver our services to the children, young people, and families we support. It’s provided the accessible safe space and range of facilities we needed to be able to widen our scope of activities and act as a thriving hub for our national portfolio of work”.

“RSBC’s two-year anniversary at the LWLC is a significant milestone for our charity, but we remain focused on continuing to grow and excel. Children are at the heart of all we do, and they’re the reason we’ll continue to work tirelessly to utilise our facilities here to the full in the coming months and years”.