No One Alone

Iconic imagery reflecting the support we provide to our members and their families.
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"Before I went into showbiz I was among thousands of young men conscripted into National Service. So while I consider myself to be an entertainer I am also a Forces veteran, and it is very reassuring to know that if I should suffer from vision impairment I am eligible for the invaluable support of Blind Veterans UK. If you know a veteran suffering from sight loss go to www.noonealone.org.uk or phone 0800 389 7979.” - Sir Bruce Forsyth CBE #noonealone

I grew up with this dude on my telly box. A TV career that lasts that long is worth aspiring to. What a legend.

"Before I became an actor I was among thousands of young men conscripted into National Service. So I am also a Forces veteran, and it is very reassuring to know that if I or any other veteran should suffer from vision impairment I am eligible for the invaluable support of Blind Veterans UK. If you know a veteran suffering from sight loss go to www.noonealone.org.uk” - Bill Treacher, BBC EastEnders Actor #noonealone

"Before I became an actor I was among thousands of young men conscripted into National Service. So I am also a Forces veteran, and it is very reassuring to know that if I or any other veteran should suffer from vision impairment I am eligible for the invaluable support of Blind Veterans UK. If you know a veteran suffering from sight loss go to www.noonealone.org.uk” - Bill Treacher, BBC EastEnders Actor #noonealone

"I started my career in the women's Auxiliary Air Force as a Plotter based in Bath underground for three years in 1941 when I was 17, until I left to be part of No11 Fighter Command in an underground bunker in Uxbrigde. - My macula was damaged in both eyes and therefore I can only see the outlines of people and things meaning I have no central vision." Nadia, aged 90, is one of our blind veterans at the Llandudno centre.  #noonealone #BlindVeteransUK

"I started my career in the women's Auxiliary Air Force as a Plotter based in Bath underground for three years in 1941 when I was 17, until I left to be part of No11 Fighter Command in an underground bunker in Uxbrigde. - My macula was damaged in both eyes and therefore I can only see the outlines of people and things meaning I have no central vision." Nadia, aged 90, is one of our blind veterans at the Llandudno centre. #noonealone #BlindVeteransUK

Animator Lauren Nicholas has produced this wonderful short video about her Grandad's stuggle with macular degeneration - http://vimeo.com/38106729  Blind Veterans UK provides support for anyone who served in the Armed Forces (including for National Service) who has sight loss. Request free support by phone 0800 389 7979 or www.noonealone.org.uk #noonealone

Animator Lauren Nicholas has produced this wonderful short video about her Grandad's stuggle with macular degeneration - http://vimeo.com/38106729 Blind Veterans UK provides support for anyone who served in the Armed Forces (including for National Service) who has sight loss. Request free support by phone 0800 389 7979 or www.noonealone.org.uk #noonealone

“Just after the end of the WW2 and before I became an actor I served in the Royal Marines, so I can refer to myself as an Armed Forces veteran. It is very reassuring to know that if I or any other veteran should suffer from vision impairment we eligible for the invaluable support of Blind Veterans UK. If you know a veteran suffering from sight loss go to www.noonealone.org.uk or phone 0800 389 7979.” - Geoffrey Palmer OBE #noonealone

Lionel Broadbent (The Hambledown Dream) will return in The Recipient.

Our nationwide poster campaign has been running for nearly a week! Have you spotted one of these posters in your shopping centre, leisure centre or high street yet?   No One Alone campaign posters will be displayed until 7th April and then will start appearing on buses from 1st April for four weeks. If you spot one please snap a picture to show us!

Our nationwide poster campaign has been running for nearly a week! Have you spotted one of these posters in your shopping centre, leisure centre or high street yet? No One Alone campaign posters will be displayed until 7th April and then will start appearing on buses from 1st April for four weeks. If you spot one please snap a picture to show us!

90 year old Charles Hanaway, who Served with the Royal Scots Fusiliers during the D-Day landings, will for the first time be spending Christmas at Blind Veterans UK's Brighton centre since his wife passed away. On our blog Charles speaks of his joy & anticipation of visiting Blind Veterans UK: www.blindveteransblog.org.uk/news/brighton-world-war-two-blind-veteran-thanks-charity-for-vital-support-at-christmas  #noonealone #blind #veterans  #blindveteransuk  #brighton #worldwartwo  #WW2

Served with the Royal Scots Fusiliers during the D-Day landings.

A few years after his eyesight started to fade, with the support of Blind Veterans UK, the national organisation for blind ex-Service people, Peter Price's life has turned around and he has re-gained the independence he so missed. #noonealone #blind #blindveterans #warveteran

A few years after his eyesight started to fade, with the support of Blind Veterans UK, the national organisation for blind ex-Service people, Peter Price's life has turned around and he has re-gained the independence he so missed.

As a Rehabilitation and Training Support Worker for Blind Veterans UK, 48 year old Billy Baxter is an inspiration to our new members when they visit our Llandudno rehabilitation, care and training centre. - #blind #blindveterans #Llandudno #noonealone

As a Rehabilitation and Training Support Worker for Blind Veterans UK, 48 year old Billy Baxter is an inspiration to our new members when they visit our Llandudno rehabilitation, care and training centre.

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