Remembrance Sunday 2023 in pictures
As a charity supporting thousands of ex-Servicemen and women, the National Service of Remembrance is one of the most important events in our annual calendar.
We commemorate the brave sacrifice of all those who lost their lives for their country. We also reflect on the huge challenges faced by veterans living with life-changing injuries from their time in service.
Our blind veterans marked Remembrance up and down the country
Photos of blind veterans laying wreaths at ceremonies and services across the country
Many veterans at events across the country laid wreaths as part of our Gift a Wreath campaign.
Over 40 blind veterans came together to march at the Cenotaph in London
Photos taken at the Cenotaph just before and during the march
Our group of blind veterans marching in London were led this year by Second World War veteran Dennis who, at 97, was our oldest veteran marching.
Dennis carried a wreath and was joined in this honour by blind veteran Mark who, very sadly, was marching with us for the last time.
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We support veterans of all generations, regardless of how or when they lost their sight. If you or someone you know is struggling with sight loss and served in the Armed Forces at any time, including National Service, then please get in touch.