Sight Loss Council Consultation survey - tell us about the issues in your area
In 2020, we want to address the issues that really matter for people living with sight loss in your area. We are seeking the views of blind and partially sighted people from the following areas, where we currently have a Sight Loss Council presence. These are: Birmingham, the Black Country, Merseyside and Bristol.

The Sight Loss Council is committed to ensure that we prioritise our activity, ensuring all our resources are dedicated to projects that can truly make a difference in your community.

The survey focuses primarily on 6 priority areas, which are:
i) Education, ii) Employment, iii) Health and Social Care, iv) Sport and Leisure, v) Technology and vi) Transport. However, there is the opportunity for you to give your views on any other issues at the end.

The survey should take no longer than 10-15 minutes to complete, depending on how many comments you wish to make.

We really do appreciate your support in helping us.

As a thank you for participating, we are offering you the chance to be entered into a free prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher. If you wish to be entered into the prize draw, please leave your details at the end of the survey. Please note - You must leave your contact details to be entered for the draw. There are three vouchers to be won in total. The draw will be made during early March, with the winners notified by the end of March 2020. Full terms and conditions can be found on the Sight Loss Council website:

This survey has been tested for accessibility with a range of software. However, if you would like any support with filling out the survey, please send your contact details to, or call our dedicated voicemail service on 020 8996 1937 and someone will call you back to complete the survey over the phone with you.

Any non-sensitive data you provide will be held for no more than 12 months. If you provide sensitive data such as name or email address, this will be held for 6 years in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). A copy of the Thomas Pocklington Trust privacy policy can be accessed at the following link if you have any questions or queries please get in touch.
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