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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.

26 Hour Pianothon

On Saturday 21st May Chris Ball completed his Pianothon! Chris played 26 hours of beautiful piano music over the course of the week, from his home and from Northfield House. He went through the alphabet of his music, some favourites included Gilbert and Sullivan,...

26 Hour Pianothon

On Saturday 21st May Chris Ball completed his Pianothon! Chris played 26 hours of beautiful piano music over the course of the week, from his home and from Northfield House. He went through the alphabet of his music, some favourites included Gilbert and Sullivan,...

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Dining in the dark 2022

Dining in the Dark - North Cadbury Court - Tuesday 26th July 2022 The Trustees of Somerset Sight invite you to join us to enjoy an unforgettable dining experience and journey of the senses. Pre- dinner reception and canapés 2 courses, coffee and chocolates Black Tie...

Dining in the dark 2022

Dining in the Dark - North Cadbury Court - Tuesday 26th July 2022 The Trustees of Somerset Sight invite you to join us to enjoy an unforgettable dining experience and journey of the senses. Pre- dinner reception and canapés 2 courses, coffee and chocolates Black Tie...

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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.