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East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People

The East Sussex Association of Blind and Partially Sighted People (ESAB) supports people who are blind or partially sighted and living in East Sussex. Launched in 1921, ESAB has helped thousands of people regain their independence, confidence and wellbeing. At our centres in Brighton and Herstmonceux we offer training and aids and equipment assistance. We also have 14 social groups operating around East Sussex.

Aids & Equipment

ESAB has two well-equipped resource centres (Brighton and Herstmonceux) with a wide range of equipment which can help you maintain your independence.

Mobility & Orientation

ESAB has a Mobility & Orientation officer who can help you regain your independence at home and in your local area.


We deliver a variety of training courses to both members and the general public, from building your confidence to increasing your understanding of sight loss.

Social Activities

ESAB supports 14 social groups across the county, meeting once a month. Each group can arrange transport if needed.

Talking Library

Members can take advantage of our wide selection of rental cassette tapes, CD's and Video tapes in our talking library. Advice & SignpostingIf we can't help you we know the people who can. We work closely with multiple organisations across the UK.

Catchment Area: 
East Sussex
Prospects House
7-9 George Street
East Sussex
BN27 1AD
United Kingdom
01323 832252