Sight loss charities slam Scottish government for making blind and partially sighted people play tactile paving roulette

Sight Scotland launches ‘Pave the Way’ campaign to have tactile paving installed in every train station in Scotland.

Roll up! Roll up! Circus Starr’s inclusive show returns for one day only!

Circus Starr are excited to be back in Edinburgh with another inclusive circus inspired show!

Sight loss experts warn Edinburgh eye health being neglected

Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans launch petition calling for new eye hospital in the capital.

Sight Scotland Veterans launch new bowling team

Sight Scotland Veterans has launched a new lawn bowling team which will now compete in the Vision Impairment Bowling Scotland League (VIBS) with matches taking place all over Scotland.

Sight Scotland awarded contract to help improve education services for visually impaired young people in West Lothian

School pupils in West Lothian are set to benefit from a new and improved education support service.

National sight loss charity calls for street credibility

Urgent action must be taken to improve street design and accessibility for blind and partially sighted pedestrians says the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) Scotland in their latest report, ‘Street Credibility’.

Sight Scotland urge new First Minister to "open his eyes to inclusivity and accessibility challenges for vision impaired"

Sight Scotland and its sister charity Sight Scotland Veterans are calling on the new Frist Minister, Humza Yousaf MSP, to improve inclusivity and accessibility for the vision impaired.