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ESVC is a consortium of the three blind societies which operate in East Sussex. It is a registered charitable company and aims to “Improve the life chances of blind and partially sighted people in East Sussex through the strength of a unified voice
ESAB offers support and advice to people who are blind or partially sighted and living in parts of East Sussex not served by EBS and HRVAB.
HRVAB work through its committee members, staff and volunteers to meet the needs of visually impaired/blind people living in the Hastings and Rother area.
ESHRC is a registered charity aiming to improve the quality of life for deaf, deafened and deafblind people living in East Sussex.
Eastbourne Talking Newspaper Association (ETNA) is a voluntary service helping visually-impaired people, who find it difficult to read print, keep in touch by providing sixty minutes of recorded material.
Age Concern Eastbourne is a provider of services and activities for older people.
Normal Library services (borrowing of printed and audio books etc.) also access to low vision reading aids and other services.
The primary objective is to find a cure for RP, a genetic disease of the eye which results in the deterioration of vision, and often complete blindness.
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association work to deliver mobility and access services that meet the needs and aspirations of blind and partially-sighted people in the United Kingdom.
The IGA is a patient-based organisation which works to prevent glaucoma blindness by providing information, literature and advice.
The Macular Society is a specialist charity for people affected by any form of macular disease or macular degeneration.
NN is a UK charity and support group run by individuals and families affected by nystagmus.
PSS provides information, advice, equipment and clear print material for people with a visual impairment to help them to make the best use of their remaining sight.
part of the RNIB Group RNIB offers information, support and advice to with sight loss across the UK.
SeeAbility`s purpose is to encourage people who are blind or partially sighted and have other multiple disabilities to achieve their full potential and enhance their quality of life.
THE TORCH TRUST is a Christian organisation with a worldwide vision for people with sight loss.
VocalEyes - Nationwide audio description company for blind and partially sighted people providing access to the arts.
Assistance for disabled people at Gatwick Airport.
Blatchington Court Trust is an independent and impartial charity, based in Brighton, working to promote the educational needs of young vision impaired individuals under the age of 30.
The work of the charity enables blind and partially sighted people to have the same opportunities as sighted people to access and enjoy sport and recreational activities in the UK.
Manage Eastbourne Sound Tennis, under sponsorship from Eastbourne Blind Society
An independent voluntary organisation which runs a weekly art and craft group for blind and partially sighted people living in the Eastbourne & Wealden district of East Sussex