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Cherly Baker launches 2013 calendar

By Neil | 24th June 2015

BWBF patron Cheryl Baker has launched our first ever calendar. Bucks Fizz singer and British Wireless for the Blind Fund patron Cheryl Baker has launched our first ever calendar. She attended a private viewing event at the University of the Creative Arts in Rochester on Tuesday 8th May. The calendar is the result of a…

2012 Finnish canoe holiday

By Neil | 24th June 2015

24.06.2015 BWBF has teamed up with a holiday adventure company which is providing a trip for people with sight loss. British Wireless for the Blind Fund has teamed up with EB Adventures to put together a trip for people who have sight loss. The unique holiday opportunity is for everyone who has enjoyed the benefits…

London 10k sees double!

By Neil | 24th June 2015

Twins took to the streets of the capital to raise money for BWBF. Twins have taken to the streets of the capital for the London 10k in support of British Wireless for the Blind Fund. Tracey Elmore and her sister Sarah took part in the race on Sunday 10th July 2011 along with 25,000 other…

Four Sonata plus+ sets for Berkshire

By Neil | 24th June 2015

A new international charity set up to help relieve and prevent the poverty of blind people has supported British Wireless for the Blind Fund. Gyan Netra has been formed to help other charities which work with blind and visually impaired people. We are delighted it has agreed to provide funding so four people with sight…

Lions club donates funds for set

By Neil | 25th May 2015

Rugeley and District Lions Club has donated funds for a BWBF set. A lions club has paid for a British Wireless for the Blind Fund set to be donated to a local resident. Rugeley and District Lions Club paid £175 which has been used to give a Concerto 2 to Ann Sullivan. The money has…

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Lions club funds specially modified radio for VIP

By Neil | 25th May 2015

Middlesbrough Teesside Lions Club has funded a BWBF radio for a man with an eye disease. A man with a degenerative eye disease has received a British Wireless for the Blind Fund radio thanks to a lions club. Middlesbrough Teesside Lions Club has paid for the set for Steven, who is from Middlesbrough. The 33-year-old…

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Club donates funds to help those with sight loss

By Neil | 25th May 2015

Castle Bromwich and District Lions Club has donated funds to support blind people. Members of Castle Bromwich and District Lions Club have donated £250 to British Wireless for the Blind Fund. The money will be used by us to support blind and partially sighted people in the area. BWBF Regional Manager Sophie Jones visited the…