Thursday, 30 May 2024

A Blind Veteran Puts Art Exhibition to Raise Money

  • Ms Fuller got support from Blind Veterans UK in 2018.
  • And cash raised from the show will be given to the cause.
  • The show will happen on 4 and 5 May at Dodford Town Corridor.

A veteran who said her “reality went to pieces” when she out of nowhere lost the vast majority of her sight at work has assembled a craftsmanship show to fund-raise.

Art Exhibition of the Blind Veteran

Jennie Fuller from Daventry, Northamptonshire, lost her visual perception while serving in the Ladies’ Regal Armed Force Corps.

Ms Fuller, who likewise filled in as a cop in Northampton, presently works for Blind Veterans UK.

The presentation has been assembled by nearby specialists.

Ms Fuller said she attempted to drive herself to go on with things she was energetic about, including painting, cake enlivening, drawing, and cooking.

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