An Inverness resident, supported by a national sight loss charity, meets monthly with other blind and partially sighted locals for a wander around Inverness city centre.
Freya Reily, who is six years old from Tranent in East Lothian, is more than meets the eye. Freya, who was born very prematurely and has severe vision impairment, has been inspired by music and song to start speaking, something that her parents did not think was possible just a few short months ago.
A Ross County supporter has praised the club and leading sight loss charity, RNIB Scotland, for helping him to keep attending games.
Westminster Eye Health Day is the flagship parliamentary event of The Eyes have It, a partnership of Roche, Macular Society, Fight for Sight, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, Association of Optometrists and RNIB and has returned for its third year, sponsored by Marsha de Cordova MP.
Leading sight loss charity RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) turned to blind and partially sighted people to help create a new sonic identity for the charity.
Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans launch petition calling for new eye hospital in the capital.
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’.