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Charity’s services will carry on after closure of its shop

PEOPLE living with sight loss have been re-assured by a Bognor Regis-based charity its work is continuing.


4Sight Vision Support said its range of services were unaffected by the closure of its charity shop on March 13.


The charity, of Victoria Drive, announced earlier this month the shop would not have its lease renewed.


A spokesman said: “The services we deliver from this centre are not affected by the closure of our charity shop in York Road.


“4Sight Vision Support is here to make a positive difference for people living with sight loss in Bognor Regis and across West Sussex. We have three resource centres in the county.


“Whether someone needs information, practical or emotional support, equipment advice or just a chat with one of our trained team of outreach workers, we are here to help.


“We also host many social clubs and activities for people living with sight loss.”


A new chat, cake and coffee morning is being held from 10am-11.30am on the last Friday monthly at the Victoria Drive centre. All people living with sight loss, including families, are welcome.

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