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Sight for Wight Benches Get A Refurbish!

John Moore, our trustee and volunteer, has been busy refurbishing our garden benches and tables in readiness for the return of our members, all being well, in late July. Thank you John for all your hard work.

Easter Chicks Flying Out!

Our Easter chick fundraiser has proved extremely popular and we've sold over 400 chicks which is fantastic and largely down to our volunteer knitters, TESCO, Ryde and ASDA, Newport for donating a large quantity of Cadbury's Cream Eggs to us!Lisa, our CEO (below)...

Newsletter February 2021

Our February 2021 Newsletter is now available to read on our website; it's packed with news and information and includes a new feature called Terry's Teaser Quiz which will require your thinking caps. Have fun! The answers are also on our website. It's also available...

Cadbury’s Cream Egg Easter Chicks for Sale!

Our volunteers, many of whom are severely sight impaired, are busy knitting these sweet little chicks in time for Easter! The chicks are priced at £2.00 each, including a Cadbury's Cream Egg, and can be collected from us, here at Millbrooke House (contactless), or we...

Charles Bonnet Syndrome

Ruth Hollingshead is interviewed on Isle of Wight Radio talking about Charles Bonnet Syndrome. You can listen to the interview by clicking below: https://youtu.be/tcdq30Qbfzw

BBC Radio Solent Interview

On Wednesday 27th January 2021 member, Tina Snow and Sight for Wight CEO, Lisa Hollyhead, were interviewed on the Alun Newman show on the COVID-19 impact on visually impaired people and the vaccine. You can listen to the interviews by clicking HERE.