Sight Life Summer Ball

25 April 2024

Join us for our Charity Summer Ball, Friday 26 July 2024 at the Village Hotel 29 Pendwyallt Road, Coryton, Cardiff CF14 7EF 

Featuring Welsh entertainer and female impersonator extraordinaire Ceri Dupree & special guests Nikki D and Gavin Sheppard 

3 Course Dinner, Charity Auction, Raffle & Disco Formal attire   Arrival 7.30pm – Carriages 1.00am  

Individual tickets – £60  Table of 10 – £500 

Sponsorship Packages available 

To reserve your tickets or for more information please contact:  

Michelle Jones 02920 398900 [email protected]  

 Charity Summer Ball poster (1)


All proceeds will support Sight Life.

£ 10 – could help someone attend a virtual peer support group with others with a similar sight condition.
£ 20 – could help someone select the right assistive device to empower them to live independently.
£ 50 – could provide tailored technology support to help someone with sight loss stay connected.
£ 100 – could provide a home visit to someone newly diagnosed with sight loss.

Sight Life offers practical support and advice to anyone with limited sight in South Wales.

Sight Life’s invaluable team support blind and partially sighted people locally to improve their physical and emotional wellbeing, get (or stay) online and feel a valued part of the community. Reducing isolation is a core part of Sight Life’s work, especially for those learning to live with sight loss in later life.

Sight Life runs a range of activities from tailored home-visits to peer-support groups, workshops and courses which help with essential daily living skills. Hear from some of the members that are supported by Sight Life…
“I am proud to be part of Sight Life and I cannot speak highly enough of them. I can’t put into words how grateful I am for the support they give. They go above and beyond. It is more than just a job for them. They give us great support and now it is our time to support them however we can.” – Sue, Sight Life member.

“Without the Sight Life groups I would be sat at home alone and sad. It is a lifeline for so many. It’s more than a place to go and meet other people with sight loss. It’s about the support they give you to live a life, not just when you are there, but when you are not there.”

To reserve your tickets or for more information please contact:
Michelle Jones 02920 398900 [email protected]