If you are interested in visiting our Resource Centre, please call 01495 763650 to book an appointment.
Sight Cymru Headquarters will be closed from 23rd December 2021. Our phone lines will remain open until 24th December 2021. Sight Cymru will reopen on 4th January 2022. We would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
We will continue to ship orders, but cannot guarantee delivery in time for Christmas.
Amira is part of our Sightlife group, a group which is currently made up of people with sight loss from BME communities in the Cardiff and Newport area. The club meets once a week via Zoom (due to current COVID restrictions) and they carryout a range of online activities. The clubs are a great mechanism […]
Hazel very kindly shared her story with at our 2021 AGM (Annual General Meeting). This is what she had to say… “Thank you for inviting me to talk about the excellent rehab service I’ve received recently from Diana Evans, based in Sight Cymru. I know and recognise many of you as I was a trustee […]
Mr D is 89 years old, he had been driving since 1946 and was an active cyclist and had a keen interest in motorcycles before losing his sight. He is registered as Severely Sight Impaired and has Age-Related Macular Degeneration in both eyes with no central vision. He was having Lucentis injections for 7 years, […]
My name is John Higgs and I am registered blind. I have Macular Degenerative Disorder and Cones and Rods Dystrophy. I first experienced sight loss when I was 15. Prior to undertaking cane training, I was far less confident and 10 nervous, especially with public transport. I decided to undertake cane training to give me […]
What is the Census and why do we need to complete it? The census is a survey that happens every 10 years and provides the Government with a better picture of the households and the people residing within England and Wales. This information allows them to plan more effectively and make more informed decisions when […]
As the 8th March is otherwise known as ‘International Woman’s Day’ we thought we would take a moment to celebrate some amazing women with sight loss who have achieved such inspiring things. Helen Keller (1880–1968) Helen Keller was an American author, disability rights advocate, activist and lecturer and was the first deaf and blind person […]