ESVS Campaigns to Keep Railway Ticket Offices Open

ESVS Campaigns to Keep Railway Ticket Offices Open ESVS has been taking part in the campaign to keep railway ticketing offices open.  During 2023 we have taken part in both TV and radio interviews, explaining how the closure of ticketing offices will affect the ability of Vision Impaired people to

Vision Impaired Sports Are Back!

Something for Everyone! Our sports and social group in Brighton and Hove, VIABLE, invite you to join them for monthly Vision Impaired Sports sessions. Where? King Alfred Leisure Centre on the Hove seafront (700 bus stops outside). When? Thursday June 23rd, 6.30pm - 8.30pm. Thursday July 21st, 6.30pm - 8.30pm


ESVS SPRING BULLETIN We are very pleased to bring you our latest Spring Bulletin which you can download and read from our Bulletins page or you can listen to the audio version on our Youtube channel here If you would like a word version sent, please do contact us and


ESAB (NOW ESVS) CELEBRATES 100 YEARS Wednesday 03rd March marked the 100th birthday for East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People, (ESAB). 70 members, volunteers, committee members and employees joined Daniel Brookbank, CEO and ESAB’s Chairman, Ian Fletcher Price, to raise a glass on Zoom to mark the occasion. Also attending

We have moved!

WE HAVE MOVED! Phew! - We have moved. It has been an exhausting few weeks but we are pleased to say we are now installed at our new office at: 13 Vicarage Field, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 1BD. We're in the process of setting up our Aids &

Thomas Walter raises £600

10,000 STEPS - £600 RAISED One of our members Thomas Walter embarked on a fundraising mission for ESAB which saw him completing an incredible 10,000 step ups. For those of you who may have done exercise classes in the past and are familiar with the dreaded step, you'll know what

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