Annual Reports

 

Scottish War Blinded Annual Report 2016

Scottish War Blinded Annual Report front pageIt has been an exciting year for Scottish War Blinded as the charity continues to expand and develop.  December 2015 saw the culmination of our centenary year, with the launch of new housing and a multi-purpose hall at Linburn, equipped with a bowling green, gym and space for acoustic shooting and events.Early in 2016 building work commenced in Paisley to construct the Hawkhead Centre, which will enable veterans in the West of Scotland to benefit from activities and support similar to the provision offered in the Linburn Centre.

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Audited Financial Report 2016

Financial report and statements for year ending March 2016. 

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Scottish War Blinded Annual Report 2015

100 years ago our charity was formed as a result of soldiers being blinded by poisonous gas attacks in the First World War. Today Scottish War Blinded provides free support to veterans of the armed forces who have a serious visual impairment, no matter when or how sight loss has occurred, promoting positive well-being and independence. Veterans anywhere in Scotland can become part of our welcoming and active community and receive practical support of many kinds, at times when they need it. In this report you will find a wealth of quotes, stories and pictures that paint a moving record of lives changed by our work.

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Audited Financial Report 2015

Financial report and statements for year ending March 2015.Scottish War Blinded Placeholder

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Scottish War Blinded Annual Report 2014

Scottish War Blinded Annual Report 2014The Linburn Centre continues to grow in popularity achieving over 90% its daily capacity. Members continue to enjoy a range of activities from art, woodwork and gym to gliding and white water rafting. Our Outreach service continues to mature and establish itself in the lives of members across Scotland. Reunion lunches are now held annually and a host of regional social groups have been piloted during 2014. Scottish War Blinded is in the process of submitting planning permission to expand the facilities at the Linburn Centre as well as construct a new centre in the West of Scotland.

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Audited Financial Report 2014

Scottish War Blinded LogoFinancial report and statements for year ending March 2014

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Scottish War Blinded Annual Report 2013

Scottish War Blinded Annual Report 2013There were many exciting developments for Scottish War Blinded's Linburn Centre and Outreach services in 2013. Plans have been announced to investigate potential new centres in Scotland, introduce specialist equipment provision and expand our Outreach service. A summarised statement of financial activities is included.

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