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.01

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

Sonic Portable USB Player Sonic Portable USB Player
Offering superb sound quality from its two built-in speakers, this easy-to-use, portable MP3 players will play content such as audio books, music and talking newspapers directly from a USB stick.
Writing Packs Writing Packs
Writing Pack 1
1 x A5 pad
1 x broad ended pen
1 x fine felt tip pen

Writing Pack 2
1 x A5 pad
1 x broad ended pen
1 x fine felt tip pen
1 x signature guide
1 x envelop address guide

Talking Kitchen Scales Talking Kitchen Scales
Talking kitchen scale, mains powered. Weighs up to 5kg or 11lb, simply add contents to the white bowl and the weight will be given in a male English voice.
Glowmat Glowmat
A coaster size mat that glows in the dark making it easier to locate items in low lighting.

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.

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


Sight & Sound

Enhanced Vision


Wiltshire Sight have equipment from the above organisations available for demonstration at St Lucy’s Sight Centre.


Latest News & Events

Wiltshire Sight Newsletter December 2017

The December Wiltshire Sight Newsletter is now available to read and download on the newsletters page.

Peer Support and Information Sessions 2018

The Wiltshire Sight peer support and information sessions have finished for 2017 and will resume early 2018. The timetable we be released soon.

Wiltshire Sight’s 100th Anniversary

To celebrate Wiltshire Sight’s 100th anniversary, Derek Paravinci will be playing a charity concert to raise money. Get in touch if you would like to buy tickets. For more information go here.

There are advertising opportunities for businesses at this event, to find out more click here.

OrCam Experience

OrCam is a wearable smart camera that can read text and recognise faces, to benefit people who are visually impaired. Melissa Sansum tried out the device at the Macular Group meeting, held monthly at Wiltshire Sight and wrote an article about her experience and thoughts. This can be read here.

Gloucestershire Growlers

This visually impaired cricket team are based in Cheltenham and offer funding towards travel costs. Contact Ed Hastings on 07849 615729 for more details.

Sensory Play Resource Centre

Join Wiltshire Sight’s Zoom Club for amazing free play sessions in the school holidays. Come along and have a look at our new sensory toys including instruments, books, lights and sensory walls.

Call 01380 726757 for more information.

Devizes Macular Support Group

The Devizes Macular Support Group meets on the last Thursday of each month (excluding December) from 1.30pm to 3.30pm at Wiltshire Sight. The meetings are open to anyone affected by central vision loss. carers are welcome too.

For further details plaes call 01264 321963.

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