LMS 80’s Disco

On 4th August Losing My Sight UK held an 80’s charity disco at Roko Leisure centre in Portsmouth. The charity disco was a great fund raising event for the charity who are based in Portsmouth and are also like so many other charities struggling for funds for maintaining their services for the visually impaired and … Read moreLMS 80’s Disco

Three Royal Sisters – Inspired by sight loss charity

Three Royal Sisters and author

Elena Sommers is a visually impaired writer. She lives in Portchester near the castle with her two young daughters, before she started going to activities arranged by a local charity Losing my Sight Elena received a diploma in higher education in humanities, however, despite being bilingual and university education, she failed to find a job. … Read moreThree Royal Sisters – Inspired by sight loss charity

Blind photographer shortlisted for national sight loss award

Dave Taylor Nominated for national award

 Dave Taylor, aged 53, has been shortlisted for the Royal National Institute of Blind People’s (RNIB) Vision Pioneer Award for Campaigner of the Year. The award recognises individuals who have successfully campaigned for issues affecting blind and partially sighted people. Dave was inspired to launch his own lottery-funded charity – Losing My Sight Magazine – … Read moreBlind photographer shortlisted for national sight loss award

Hampshire FA Seeking Equality Champions to Join Inclusion Advisory Group

Hampshire FA

Hampshire FA is seeking Equality Champions to join our Inclusion Advisory Group and to represent your community in helping shape equitable football delivery across the county. In 2014, Hampshire FA established the group and after three successful years we are looking to refresh our membership to ensure that it continues to be representative of the … Read moreHampshire FA Seeking Equality Champions to Join Inclusion Advisory Group

Seema and Savarn Lata’s Story

Seema is a visual awareness and disabilities consultant and is also supporting Target Ovarian Cancer, here’s her story… I got in touch with Target Ovarian Cancer after my mum Savarn Lata passed away – I had to do something to raise money and raise awareness. Mum, who everyone knew by her middle name Lata, was a generous and kind person, who lived for her family. … Read moreSeema and Savarn Lata’s Story