Scottish War Blinded Blog

Read about the wide range of experiences enjoyed by Scottish War Blinded members as well as events, news and community projects.

Scottish War Blinded AGM 2014

Scottish War Blinded AGM 2014

Scottish War Blinded welcomed attendees to its AGM held on Wednesday 29 October 2014.

This was the final AGM for Chairman Douglas Osler who has stepped down after 11 years of dedicated service to Scottish War Blinded and its sister charity Royal Blind. Mr Osler was thanked by his successor Gwenn McCreath, Chief executive of Health and Mind, who detailed the achievements of Scottish War Blinded during his time as Chairman.

Posted: 31/10/2014 | Scottish War Blinded

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Scottish War Blinded Members Explore the Emotions of Combat in National Arts Project

Scottish War Blinded Members Explore the Emotions of Combat in National Arts Project

Scottish War Blinded members have produced this World War One commemorative collage based on the themes of combat, sacrifice and reflection as part of a national arts project organised by Veterans First Point.

The collage will form part of a wider collection of art, sculpture and literature which has been created as a result of a Community Covenant Grant funded project, encouraging veterans to express their on World War One commemoration, military life and explore how art can support positive health and well-being.

Posted: 20/10/2014 | Scottish War Blinded

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Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers Raise Funds in Support of Scottish War Blinded

Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers Raise Funds in Support of Scottish War Blinded

We offer our sincere thanks to The Scottish Association of Meat Wholesalers for their generous donation of £2,500 in support of Scottish War Blinded. Outreach Worker Marjory Kirkwood accepted the cheque on behalf of Scottish War Blinded. 

Posted: 14/10/2014 | Scottish War Blinded

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Arthur discovers a passion for art at the Linburn Centre

Arthur discovers a passion for art at the Linburn Centre

Since becoming a Scottish War Blinded member, Arthur Penman has discovered a passion for art at the Linburn Centre with many paintings now proudly displayed around the art room.

Posted: 01/10/2014 | Scottish War Blinded

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