Eden Sight Support
Eden Sight Support was founded in 1979 and is a registered charity with a formal constitution. Its purpose is to help vision-impaired people in the district of Eden (the main towns of which are Penrith , Appleby and Alston).
Office location and opening times
It operates from a rented office in The Resource Centre, Sandgate, Penrith, next to the bus station. At the present time, the office opens for 4 hours each Tuesday, (from 11 a.m. till 3 p.m.) with an answer phone service being available for the rest of the week. The office is located conveniently on the ground floor.
Chairman of Eden Voluntary Society climbs one of the classic routes in the Lake district.
Henry Miller, who is totally blind and experiences a severe hearing loss, climbed Sharp Edge at the end of May to promote the work of Eden Sight Support and to raise much needed funds. View the video