Entries by Cheryl Sugarman

Queens Award for Voluntary Services

We have been honoured to be awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK. The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service aims to recognise outstanding work by volunteer groups to benefit their local communities. It was created in 2002 to celebrate the Queen’s Golden Jubilee. Recipients […]

Current Update

During this current Covid-19 pandemic, unfortunately, we are unable to meet anyone face to face. This is to keep our staff and clients safe. We are still here to help and you can get in touch on 01799 588 897 or email us at info@support4sight.org.uk. We wish all our service users well through this difficult […]

Coronavirus Update

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE   In line with the Government’s announcement last night, Support 4 Sight has made the decision to suspend all services until the government has advised it is safe to continue. It has been a hard decision but one we feel was necessary to keep our service users, staff and volunteers safe at this […]


Dear All, We have received many calls today in regards to our services and how its affecting our services. As it currently stands, we have made the decision to cancel our Harlow Exhibition but all other services are still running. The situation is changing each day and we ask if you are a possible ‘at […]

Message from our Chair of trustee’s and CEO

Message from Iris Evans, Chair of Trustees and Gary Hyams, CEO, to all Support 4 Sight volunteers, members and service users. Following on from the recent Town Hall Meeting please see below further details regarding the closure of the Support 4 Sight George Street Resource Centre and Café S4S. The Centre was formally closed on 14th February. […]

A Dark Canteen

Support 4 Sight are proud to collaborate with Chelmsford’s celebrated independent restaurant A Canteen by hosting a ‘Dining in the Dark’ experience to raise awareness and funds. Diners will have the opportunity to be blindfolded throughout the whole of the evening whilst enjoying an incredible 3 course meal put together specially for this unique event. […]

Taproom Takeover

Redchurch Brewery will be hosting a charity tap take over in partnership of Support 4 Sight. FREE ADMISSION, MUSIC, BOOZY RAFFLE AND 11 BEERS ON DRAFT TO CHOOSE FROM! WHERE – 53/54 Moulsham Street, Chelmsford, Essex CM2 0JA **25 pence of every pint sold will go towards Support 4 Sight assisting those with sight loss, […]

Statement from Support 4 Sight regarding Saffron Walden

Support 4 Sight a charity that supports blind and partially sighted people based in Saffron Walden has announced a restructuring and will be relocating from its existing premises in the next few weeks after concluding that it was no longer viable to support its Resource Centre and offices in Saffron Walden. “Following changes to available […]

Christmas Hampers Raffle

How would you like a chance to win one of these amazing hampers! This year we have an impressive 5, yes that’s right 5 hampers to be won! There is also 3 runner up prizes.  If you would like to win one of these beauty’s then pop into our resource centres or coffee mornings to […]

Music Through the Years Quiz Night

Are you one of those people who can hear a song and know who sung it, what it is called and when it was released? Then we have just the thing for you! Come join us on 30th November for our Music through the years quiz, tickets are £12.50 each and come with either fish […]

Meet our Swim Serpentine team!

We are back again this year in the Swim Serpentine and we are so lucky to see some faces from last year as well as new ones.  We wish all the swimmers luck and if you would like to make a donation here are their fundraising pages:   Jo Long – https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/JoLong6 Vicky Malmsjo – https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/VickyMalmsjo Zowie […]

Community Fun Day

Dont forget this Saturday is our greatly anticipated Community Fun Day! There will be story telling, face painting, raffles, games and lots more! If you are looking for something to do with the kids this weekend, why not pop down!