Welcome to Wiltshire Sight

Supporting Blind and Partially-Sighted People across Wiltshire and Swindon

About Wiltshire Sight

To reduce our costs, this website has been developed with our partner charity Sight Support West of England and contains pages of shared content.

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Reducing the impact of sight loss, providing local services to enable Blind and Partially- Sighted People to lead...

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New Sight Loss Support Centre opens in Salisbury
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New Sight Loss Support Centre opens in Salisbury

Wiltshire Sight are delighted to announce the opening of their new Salisbury Hub, which combines our very first charity shop with a services and resource centre for client appointments and...

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Seated Exercises for Older People
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Seated Exercises for Older People

Our audio-described exercise sessions are designed specifically for older people to help with balance, stretching, muscle strengthening and cardio. Six sessions available.

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Announcing ‘Eye Can’ Exhibitions
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Announcing ‘Eye Can’ Exhibitions

Sight Support and Wiltshire Sight are very pleased to announce that starting in 2022 and proudly sponsored by Optelec UK, we will be holding four large exhibition events every year. We hope that these will become the annual ‘not to be missed’ events for all those living with sight loss in the region.

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