Our supporters and veterans do some amazing things to support our charity.



The Royal Pavilion in Brighton

Blind veterans delve into local history

The week kicked off with a great talk, by local historian James Sainsbury, curator of Worthing Museum, on the history of Sussex.  In 1993 bones found, known as Boxgrove man, indicated that man had settled in Sussex at least 500,000 years ago. Then fo…

21 September 2017 10:00
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Mark Threadgold

Blind veterans Mark and Steve to complete three-day Iceland trek

Mark Threadgold, 49 and from Saltdean, was in the gym at our training and rehabilitation centre in Brighton when he first came across the challenge, which will begin on 31 August and has been arranged by The Not Forgotten Association. He says: “One …

30 August 2017 10:00
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Transport Week Brighton

Blind veterans ready and “belted up” for a week of transport related activities

The recent Transport Week, run by our Brighton centre, was a fantastic mix of excursions, activities and talks on various aspects of transport. One of those attending was Ken Hobbs, 94, ex-Royal Army Service Corps who was part of the D-Day landings …

23 August 2017 09:00
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