Wiltshire Sight is an independent charity supporting people living with sight loss in Wiltshire and Swindon. We assist more than 2,500 people of all ages, as well as their families and carers.

We offer information, advice and guidance, as well as giving people practical and emotional support to help them in their daily lives. We have a fully equipped resource centre at St Lucy’s in Devizes, offering state-of-the-art assistive technology products and low vision aids.

Why not visit our centre to find out more or give us a call for more information. You can also sign up to our newsletter for regular updates.

Wiltshire Sight do not charge for their services and receive no statutory funding. Therefore, if you like what we do, please consider making a donation – click here – that will enable us to continue to support the growing number of people with sight loss in Wiltshire.


For sale

Communiclock Communiclock
Talking clock, automatically sets and adjusts time, volume adjust on the side, five alarms, natural male English voice. Battery or mains powered.
Starter Pack Starter Pack
Available to buy at the centre in Devizes
We have created a resource pack which includes:
– 1 x Liquid Level Indicator – Place the gadget on the side of your cup when it is full a series of beeps indicates the cup is full (mug not included)
– 10 x Bumpons – to mark cookers, microwaves, remote control heating and thermostats setting
– 1 x Day-Glo orange tape – self-adhesive tape to mark edges in the home or office
– 1 x high visiblelapel badge with pin fastening, black on yellow
– 1 x Flash card black on yellow
Liquid Level Indicator Liquid Level Indicator Yellow
Liquid level indicator, alerts you when your cup is full by vibrating or an audible alarm. Features magnets for easy storage on your fridge. Battery included.
Portable Rechargeable Folding LED light Portable Rechargeable Folding LED light
The 18 LED lights and built in battery never need replacing, gives 8 hours use when fully charged. Two brightness settings, can be charged via USB or mains.


For more information or to order please call us on 01380 723682.

Latest News & Events

Upcoming peer support and information sessions

Two peer support and information sessions are coming up this February:
Wednesday, 8th Feb – Swindon
Tuesday, 28th Feb – Amesbury

Click the posters below and visit the peer support and information sessions page for more information.

Handy Hints Booklet

Handy Hints BookletThis booklet is filled with hints on everything from gardening to travel, all tailored specifically to make the lives of people with sight loss easier.
Read our new Handy Hints booklet

Swindon Ophthalmology Group

The Swindon Ophthalmology Patient Reference Group takes place on Wednesday 15th February

Wiltshire Sight Newsletter December 2016

The Wiltshire Sight Newsletter for December is now available and can be read and downloaded on the newsletters page.

Vision Pioneer Awards 2016

Wiltshire Sight Newsletter September 2016Wiltshire Sight were thrilled to be nominated in the innovation category at the Vision Pioneer Awards 2016. We are very proud of the Looking Out For Sight project and aim to continue supporting care home staff with sight loss training in the coming years.

Look out for sight ambassadors wanted

We are looking for people aged 18-65 living in Wiltshire, Swindon or Gloucester who is looking to gain new skills whilst supporting those with sight loss. We particularly welcome applications from people living with sight loss and can offer additional expenses and benefits.

Find out more here.

Kitchen Aids for Increased Accessibility

Read our new article on kitchen aids for increased accessibility here.

Living with Failing Sight – DVD’s sent out on request

Living with Failing SightAs part of Wiltshire Sight early intervention we can support many people with a DVD about Living with Failing Sight, this can be supported with your families and carers. The DVD will enable you with information, services and equipment.

Visually impaired football session

Visually impaired football sessionSwindon Town Football in the Community Trust is working with Wiltshire Sight to create new opportunities for Visually Impaired young male adults to be active in sport. By working together our aim is to create a footballing community for people with sight loss locally. We hope to achieve our goal of getting weekly sessions and potential fixtures against other football clubs that also have visually impaired football teams.

Why Not Get Involved?

Handy Hints to Fundraise

Wiltshire Sight has released a new guide to fundraising. You can download it here and on the fundraising page.

Low Vision Aids

We now have a selection of low vision aids that we are able to sell directly to you. So, if you need any items to assist you around the home or when you are out and about we can help. We have a range of kitchen aids, lighting products, talking clocks, writing and computer aids to name but a few. You can see what’s on offer in the Resources section of this website.