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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.

Fundraising

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

Great Weather for Ducks in Ey Up Mi Duck Race 2019

12th June 2019

The team from Genting Casino with their winning duck Best Dressed Duck winner Gordon Smith with his family and the Mayor Click here to see our gallery of pictures from the day The Ey Up Mi Duck Race, Derby’s colourful annual duck race, refused...

Derby Whodunnit Detective Trail

Date: 30th June 2019

Sunday 30th June 2019 Start and finish at Carnero Lounge, St Peter’s Street, Derby. Start times from 11am to approx. 12.30pm. The trail covers 1.5 miles around the city centre and should take around 90mins to complete. Click here to book your place. A...

Ladies’ Fashion Show and Clothing Sale – Chaddesden

Date: 10th July 2019

Our fundraising Ladies’ Fashion Shows and Clothing Sales are always popular, so book your tickets now to avoid missing out. We will be at: Chaddesden Jubilee Club 155 Chaddesden Lane Derby Wednesday 10th July 2019 7:00pm Come and bag a bargain. All brand...

Ducks In Training For Big Race Day

16th April 2019

The ducks are in training ready for the Ey Up Mi Duck Race 2019, Derby’s colourful annual duck race and the biggest fundraiser of the year for local charity Sight Support Derbyshire. The event sees giant decorated plastic ducks and thousands of little ones...