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Working with people who lack sight not vision

Somerset Sight

Discovering you are losing your sight can be a devastating blow. It can be a disorientating, scary and lonely time. Our aim is to provide services, training and leisure activities that will help maintain independence and improve the quality of life of anyone who is affected by sight loss.

In Your Area

Find out about activities and local support available in your area.

Aids and Equipment

Here at Somerset Sight we know that the right equipment and advice is crucial for you to retain your independence.

Fundraising Sweepstake

Guess how long it takes to drive an Austin 7 from Stoke St Mary to Lands End (with a visually impaired co-driver) to win 1 of 3 prizes Starting on September 5th 2022, Graham (who is visually impaired) and friend Keith, will be driving from Stoke St Mary, Taunton, to...

Fundraising Sweepstake

Guess how long it takes to drive an Austin 7 from Stoke St Mary to Lands End (with a visually impaired co-driver) to win 1 of 3 prizes Starting on September 5th 2022, Graham (who is visually impaired) and friend Keith, will be driving from Stoke St Mary, Taunton, to...

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Diabetic Group on ITV

  Check out our very own Dave Ellis and Stacey James raising important awareness about diabetes and associated...

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Get Involved

Find out how to get involved and support Somerset Sight.

Fundraising

At Somerset Sight we rely enormously on fundraising and individual donations to continue our vital work.

Volunteer

Volunteers are always needed across the county to help Somerset Sight in its vital work with visually impaired people.