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READER’S LETTER: Why RNIB is supporting “Remember a Charity Week”

READER’S LETTER: Why RNIB is supporting “Remember a Charity Week”

Dear Editor,
Gifts in Wills have always been important to charities but never more so than this year.

During Covid-19, blind and partially sighted people have struggled to access essentials like food and medicine.

September 11, 2020
READER’S LETTER: Remember the visually impaired as shops re-open

READER’S LETTER: Remember the visually impaired as shops re-open

Dear Editor
Across England, non-essential shops are due to reopen on 15 June.

It is expected that, as with shops that have remained open throughout lockdown, visual markers will be used to signify the correct distance from others, one-way systems and designated queuing areas.

June 12, 2020
Star Wars takeover of Nantwich shop boosts deaf-blind charity

Star Wars takeover of Nantwich shop boosts deaf-blind charity

Nantwich charity shop Sense has had a Star Wars takeover this week – to help boost funds for the deaf and blind.

The store, on Pepper Street, has been promoting a prize draw to win an exclusive autograph book, signed by the cast and crew of the iconic movie franchise.

April 13, 2017
Nantwich house builder sponsors Blind Association puppy

Nantwich house builder sponsors Blind Association puppy

Nantwich house builder David Wilson is sponsoring a Guide Dogs for the Blind Association puppy.

The company, currently building the second phase of homes at Stapeley Gardens, has given £7,500 to support the training of a two-month old Golden Labrador Retriever called Wilson.

February 12, 2016