This year marks 75 years since Blind Veterans UK
(originally St Dunstan's) opened their Brighton rehabilitation, care and training centre to provide lifelong support for ex-servicemen and women blinded in action.
To celebrate, they've opened their 1930's chapel to the public as part of the Artists Open Houses
to showcase theĀ Blind Veterans UK Photography Exhibition.
The exhibition mixes old and new photography with wonderful archive images taken during their 75 years at the Ovingdean site (below) sat alongside recent images taken by our friend & Digital Bungalow
co-founder, Darren Baldwin to capture everyday life at the centre in it's 75th year (above).
I think you'll agree Darren's images are thought-provoking and charming. They, "expertly draw the viewer in and capture the 'feeling' of this unusual, interesting and magical building".
The exhibition is open 10-4pm every weekend in May, but don't worry if you can't get over there, you can view the full set of Darren's pics here
.Recent images copyright Darren Baldwin.Archive images copyright Blind Veterans UK.