Find out about the Sight Loss Councils, our mission, vision and why we are needed. Read more
Sight Loss Councils are being established across the UK to help improve the lives of blind and partially sighted people.
Sight Loss Councils are made up of volunteers, who are blind and partially sighted. Our members tackle local issues that affect people with visual impairments, working with public, private and voluntary organisations to improve the accessibility of their services.
Sight Loss Councils partner with many public and private organisations to help create a more inclusive society. Get in touch to work with us.
Find out where the Sight Loss Councils are currently operating and where we are going next.
Learn more about the changes we have made for blind and partially sighted people.
The Sight Loss Council was requested to support Birmingham Airport with feedback on their accessibility services. Read more
Birmingham Sight Loss Council have worked on inclusion with the Hippodrome as part of our Sport & Leisure priority. Read more
Birmingham Sight Loss Council supported the development of a new transport initiative, Ask Annie. Read more
The Working Age Forum is an opportunity for networking and peer support held quarterly. Find out about one of our success stories from the forum. Read more