Audio slideshow: Blind ex-servicemen's art

Artwork created by blind ex-servicemen and women at a specialist centre is on display as part of Brighton Festival.

The work is exhibited at St Dunstan's, in Ovingdean, where visually impaired members of the UK's forces are given help and support. The centre takes "beneficiaries" who were injured in various conflicts, from World War II up to the present day in Afghanistan.

The exhibition at St Dunstan's is open at the weekends throughout May.


Photographs, interview and slideshow production by Nick Tarver.

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