Our Awareness Team is dedicated to creating, maintaining and developing St Dunstan's relationship with the Services and the community in general. We do this through our Cadet Challenge, Schools Education Project, Service Awareness Project and via our links with Her Majesty's Regular Armed Forces, the Territorial Army, Service-related associations and public organisations.
For more information on St Dunstan's and the our support in the community visit the St Dunstan's website.
We provide lifelong support for blind and visually impaired ex-Service men and women. You can help give more blind heroes an independent future by taking the Gold Challenge
Join the Military Wives Choir and host a party to raise funds for Blind Veterans!
We are delighted to invite you to our annual Christmas Concert at St Marylebone Parish Church. All money raised will go to help our work supporting blind ex-Servicemen and women.
The ultimate quad-burning endurance challenge, run (or walk) up the 560 stairs of Spinnaker Tower to raise money for blind ex-Service men and women.
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Built in 1902 by the Forrester family as a convalescence home for shale miners this magnificent building in Llandudno is the newest centre for St Dunstan's which will open in September 2011. This centre promises to be another fantastic addition to our overall facilities and has been renovated and refurbished to bring out the best of this building.