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



Black and white photo of clergy standing outside Ovingdean chapel Brighton Centre

‘This chapel is the heart of this lovely new place’: the St Dunstan’s Chapel

Our Brighton Centre was described as 'the heart of this lovely new place' by the Bishop of Chichester, the Right Reverend George Bell, at its dedication on 25th October 1938, soon after the centre itself had opened. However although the centre and it…

21 November 2013 12:45
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Photo illustrating the effect of late stage macular degeneration

National Eye Health Week 2013

According to research by the RNIB, in the UK four persons every hour start to lose their eyesight.  Over 53 per cent of sight loss in the UK is however avoidable, given the necessary precautions are taken. What National Eye Health Week is about This …

5 November 2013 13:25
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Brighton centre light display

Spectacular light display marks 75th birthday of Brighton centre

To mark the 75th anniversary of Blind Veterans UK's rehabilitation, training and care centre in Brighton, the building underwent some dramatic changes on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October. The iconic building,that was designed specifically for blind …

18 October 2013 15:24
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