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



Blind veteran Clive Jones standing under Blind veterans UK banner

Blind veteran Clive has been nominated for a prestigious Inspiration Honour

Clive raised the incredible sum organising hundreds of events from quizzes to curry nights. He has also hosted events for Armed Forces Day and completed a 200 mile cycle ride from Horse Guards in London to Cardiff.

1 February 2017 11:00
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Action photo of blind veteran Michael Johnson trialing the anti-gravity treadmill with instructor Lee Evans

Trustee Mike Brooke OBE unveils anti-gravity treadmill at our centre

Rifleman Paul Jacobs GM aged 27 completely lost his sight whilst on operations in Afghanistan. He was just three weeks away from the end of his tour. Paul is no stranger to taking on physical challenges since losing his sight. He has already climbed…

20 January 2017 15:00
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Arthur Pearson Archives

Blind Veterans UK launches exciting new historical photography project

Many of the photos were taken at our headquarters during the First World War and for some years thereafter, St Dunstan’s Lodge in Regent’s Park. Here the men who had lost their sight came in order to (in the words of our founder, Sir Arthur Pearson) …

4 January 2017 16:00
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