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A charity that is dedicated to



Improving the lives of people with sight loss in Derbyshire.

We provide services, support, advice and information to adults and children across Derbyshire who are blind or partially sighted.

How Can We Help?

Find out about our services for people who are visually impaired.

Become a Volunteer

Why giving your time brings its own rewards.


Get involved and support our services for visually impaired people living near you.

Without you, we could do very little.

Please accept our warmest thanks for the support you have provided – we greatly appreciate it. From this, thousands of blind visually impaired people across Derbyshire are now facing a
more promising future thanks to your support.

News & Events

Take the Two Point Six Challenge!

Date: 19th Sept 2020

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, charities across the UK are facing a funding crisis, caused by losing out on billions of pounds in donations due to the cancellation of events. This is usually our peak time for fundraising and we’re missing everyone, especially at our Ey...

Here for you during Coronavirus

27th March 2020

During these unprecedented times, Sight Support Derbyshire is working hard to ensure that we continue to provide much-needed support, advice and information to visually impaired people and their families across the City and County. As Government advice has been...

It’s the Ey Up Mi Duck Raffle!

Draw: 13th June 2020

Naturally, we're disappointed that the Ey Up Mi Duck Race can't go ahead this year due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The health and safety of the public, our staff and volunteers, and our stallholders must come first. However, we're delighted to announce the Ey Up Mi...

CANCELLED: Ey Up Mi Duck Race 2020

Date: 13th June 2020

Unfortunately the Ey Up Mi Duck Race will not be going ahead on Saturday 13th June 2020. Sadly, but inevitably, we have had to cancel our colourful duck race this year due to concerns about Coronavirus.  The health and safety of the public and our stallholders must...