A challenge event like no other! We are now offering wingwalking experiences at various locations, in aid of Retina UK.
This Easter bank holiday weekend, join Retina UK at various airfields around the UK and face your fears by taking on a skydive for us!
As part of Retina UK's birthday celebrations, we would love for you to face your fears by taking on a skydive for us!
At the scariest time of the year, do you dare to face your fears by taking on a thrilling skydive for Retina UK? Join us at various airfields around the UK.
With your challenge you’ll help support people affected by inherited sight loss to lead better lives today and accelerate the search for treatments for the future.
Is 2024 the year that you join #TeamRetinaUK & take on the Isle Of Wight Ultra Challenge?
Best disease, alternatively known as Best vitelliform macular dystrophy (BVMD), is an eye condition associated with progressive degeneration of the macula, which is responsible for colour perception and recognition of fine visual details in our central vision.
Jenny Dewing is a postdoctoral researcher working on a Retina UK-funded project with Dr Arjuna Ratnayaka at the University of Southampton.
Next month, Anisha and Sheena will take on The Thames Path Challenge. Together, they explain why they decided to join #TeamRetinaUK.
Tuesday 27 February, 7.00pm - 8.00pm - via Zoom - Guest speaker Sandra Troth, Development Worker for Sandwell Visually Impaired.