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The Llandudno centre

New research indicates encouraging changes to publics perception of blindness as national charity celebrates 100th birthday

• 65% of the general public recognise that going blind does not mean "a person's life is as good as over"• 60% agree that blind people can lead happy lives• 81% disagree that blind or vision impaired people could not start or continue training for a …

Date
1 May 2015 14:00
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The Brighton Centre

Military charity celebrates 100 years of service with special event in Newcastle

The centenary was honoured with a special celebration and afternoon tea party and all the guests marked the day dressing up in the Blind Veterans UK colours of red white and blue. One veteran who attended is Bill Mooney. He wanted to thank Blind Vete…

Date
1 April 2015 11:49
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The Brighton Centre

Military charity unveils plaque marking 100 years of service in Brighton

The centenary was honoured with the unveiling of a plaque in Brighton, at the site of their longest serving care and training centre, Sussex House in Kemptown. Blind Veterans UK, formerly St Dunstan's, used the building from 1917 to 1995 but begun wo…

Date
3 March 2015 17:22
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