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



Vale of Glamorgan couple in their eighties celebrate Valentine’s Day after meeting at our lunch club

It was years later that Bob’s sight started to deteriorate because of a genetic disease called macular dystrophy. He was registered sight-impaired in 2011. Bob says: “My sight loss was gradual and I didn’t notice it at first. It seemed to go through…

10 February 2017 10:00
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Blind veteran Charles

Our charity prepares for huge surge in applications for support following Christmas holidays.

Our Membership team puts the increase down to the fact that holiday periods are a time when relatives visit their loved ones, and realise that they may be struggling to cope with their sight loss more than they have previously acknowledged. Our chari…

13 January 2017 09:30
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Raymond X

Blind RAF veteran is looking forward to a fun Christmas thanks to Blind Veterans UK

Raymond will be visiting the charity’s training and rehabilitation centre in Brighton over Christmas for the first time. He says: “I am really looking forward to spending Christmas with Blind Veterans UK. I am happy to mix in and make new friends.” R…

09 December 2016 15:00
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