lockdown

Lockdown Life and Me: A Collection of Poetry

My Poor Wife by Ojo Taiye for couples who died due to complications from Covid-19 do you think time will heal all wounds? what if our wounds do really heal? unspool a ribbon of air—my wife’s last breath. i just can’t go home when i am sober. i keep pressing the doorbell even though no […]

Free Virtual Awareness Sessions for Eye Health Week

Did you know? 2 million people in the UK are living with sight loss that is severe enough to have a significant impact on their daily lives. Half of this sight loss is avoidable A sight test can detect early signs of conditions like glaucoma, which can be treated if found early enough During a […]

‘Lockdown Life and Me’- Poetry Competition

  Competition time! We would like to invite you to take part in our very first poetry competition, in which we would like to hear about your experiences and feelings during lockdown.  It sure has been a roller coaster hasn’t it?  Bringing changes, both good and bad, for many of us. And although we were […]

4413 Ft to Support People with Sight Loss

On 15th August 2020 a team from Morrisons Utility Services  found themselves in Scotland ready to take on all 4,413 Ft of Ben Nevis in order to raise funds to support people with sight loss in Wales. Headed up by Gareth Rowles the team comprised of 26 members. Comprised of mixed ages, fitness levels and […]

Celebrating National Picnic Month

Who doesn’t love a good picnic? And, as lockdown restrictions ease and we are greeted with (some) sunnier days, why not venture out to a local beauty spot, pack your favourite treats and get your picnic on. With eye health in mind, here are some of our top picnic picks: Sandwiches: Tuna, mayonnaise and sweetcorn […]