As lockdowns ease around the world, blind and partially sighted people face a growing number of social distancing challenges. Read more
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.
Find out where the Sight Loss Councils are currently operating and where we are going next.
Find out more about the six priority areas that Sight Loss Councils work on to improve accessibility.
Find out how the Sight Loss Councils work, our aims and objectives
Join the Greater Manchester Sight Loss Council visual impairment (VI) forum, on Friday 28 August, to share your experiences of lockdown as a visually impaired person.
Worried about e-scooter trials in your town? or want to share examples of a supportive business getting social distancing right for visually impaired customers? We want to hear from you.
As lockdowns ease around the world, blind and partially sighted people face a growing number of social distancing challenges.
Lianne McKeon has literally become a voice for blind and partially sighted people in Birmingham.