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    As we celebrate the 75th anniversary year of the Brighton centre it was appropriate that Joan Osborne was asked by centre manager Lesley Garven to turn the lights on. Joan has known Blind Veterans UK her entire life and as a young girl she spent the Christmas of 1938 at the centre with her family,

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    Marathon runner showing his support for Blind Veterans UK

    An Afghan War veteran from Suffolk is calling on members of the public to sign up to the Brighton Marathon to raise money for Blind Veterans UK before February 28th. Scott McLaren, 29 and from Sudbury, is taking part in the Brighton Marathon to raise money for Blind Veterans UK. Scott served in the Royal

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    The full light display celebrating 75 years!

    To mark the 75th anniversary of Blind Veterans UK’s rehabilitation, training and care centre in Brighton, the building underwent some dramatic changes on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October. The iconic building,that was designed specifically for blind veterans, is set up on a hill in Ovingdean. It was spectacularly lit for two days, with bright

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    To mark the 75th anniversary of Blind Veterans UK’s rehabilitation, training and care centre in Brighton, the building has undergone some dramatic changes for two nights only! As ITV Meridian mentioned this morning, our iconic building set up on a hill in Ovingdean will be spectacularly lit for two days, from 25 to the 26 October with bright searchlights. The

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    Ellie from St Bede's School with blind veteran John

    Students from St Bede’s school are helping blind veterans at Blind Veterans UK’s Brighton Centre to create an Art Deco-inspired 1930’s style textile screen.  Six young people have been volunteering at the centre since early September, following an enjoyable day in June spent gardening, polishing, and scrubbing garden furniture for their ‘Make a Difference Day’.

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    A group of blind veterans successfully tackled a 75 mile Winchester to Brighton trek to celebrate the 75th birthday of the Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre that has helped to transform their lives. Four members of the Brighton based charity, Blind Veterans UK, who are all blind and vision impaired, trekked an average 15 miles

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    We are getting very excited about the 75th anniversary of our Brighton centre.  We would love for you to get actively involved in helping us celebrate it. So we’re putting together some tips to help you organise something fun in aid of our blind veterans. So, here goes: 1. It is the 75th anniversary, so

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    The biggest hill the group climbed during the South Downs walk.

    This week members from Blind Veterans UK are taking part in a 75 mile walk across the South Downs. The trek is significant as it is marking the 75th anniversary of the Brighton building which takes place officially in October of this year. Throughout the year staff, volunteers, members and supporters of Blind Veterans UK

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    A 93-year old blind archer has hit bulls-eye in his bid to help Blind Veterans UK’s Ovingdean centre celebrate its 75th anniversary.

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    Big Lunch 1

    Staff, members, volunteers, residents and holiday makers all recently took part in a delicious Big Lunch at the Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre. The Big Lunch was started by the Eden Project in 2009, as a way to get as many people as possible to have lunch with their neighbours once a year in a simple act of

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