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Angela dilks

East Cheshire Eye Society is an independent charity which relies solely on funding to support its activities and is run by a board of voluntary trustees, some of whom have a sight impairment themselves. As the trustees mean so much to the charity, we wanted to get to know them a little bit better and share with you their own experience as a trustee.

Meet Angela Dilks

Angela has lived in Congleton her entire life and was born with Nystagmus which is a visual condition in which the eyes make rhythmical, repetitive and involuntary movements.

Angela is currently working part time and has quality and technical work experience within the pharmaceutical, cosmetic and healthcare sectors. When Angela isn’t working, you can find her doing what she loves to do most – travelling, walking, dog walking, yoga or socialising!

For two decades, Angela has been caring for her dad who is blind. She feels incredibly passionate about helping people with sight loss and understands how difficult it is to manage and how devastating it can be to have no or reduced light or vision.

Angela is keen to use her experiences as a Trustee at East Cheshire Eye Society as she has a lot of understanding of the issues people face and how low vision aids, activities, reassurance and support can make a huge difference to the quality of people’s lives.

You can discover more about our other trustees, here.

We’re always on the lookout for new trustees to join us. So, if you’re interested and would like to find out how to become a trustee yourself, please get in touch today, either by emailing or calling 01625 422602.

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