Autumn 2019 newsletter out now!
Download the newsletter to read about our forthcoming events, including the re-launch of our younger members social group on Thursday 19th September and our Charles Bonnet Syndrome event on Monday 30th September.
Summer 2019 newsletter out now!
Read all our latest news including the lowdown on our Annual General Meeting and forthcoming dates for your diary.
Read our 2018 Impact Report
We were pleased to launch our 2018 Impact Report at our recent AGM. It tells the story of the difference our work has made to people in our community over the past year.
CEO's marathon fundraising hits £2,500!
Huge thanks to everyone who has sponsored me for this year's London Marathon!
Spring 2019 newsletter now available!
Welcome to our latest newsletter, which details all our forthcoming events including a return visit to Winthrop Gardens and our second accessible Artwalk, in partnership with our friends at The Art House!
Winter 2018 newsletter now available!
Welcome to our Winter 2018 newsletter, where we publish the winners of our Christmas prize draw and tell you everything that's coming up at WDSA in the next few months!
New service launched!
Tech Mate: a digital inclusion skills and assistive technology project. The internet and technology are transforming the way we live our lives and have enormous potential to help people with sight loss with how they shop, keep in touch, access information and entertainment, and more.
Our Autumn 2018 newsletter is now available!
Our Autumn 2018 newsletter, with news of what we've been up to over the summer and everything coming up, is now available for viewing. The newsletter is also available in printed form, by email, on disc or USB stick, and in Braille. If you’d like to be added to our distribution list, please contact the office.
Our 2017 Impact Report
Our 2017 Impact Report, which summarises what we do and the difference our work made during last year, is now available.
Appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer
Wakefield and District Sight Aid, the local charity supporting local visually impaired people, is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Chief Executive, Hayley Grocock.