Join 1920s-themed retro bingo night fundraiser to kick off 4Sight’s 100th anniversary

To kick off its 100th anniversary a West Sussex sight loss support charity is holding a 1920s themed virtual bingo night.

Hosted by Dawn Gracie, of Dawn’s Vintage Do, the 4Sight Vision Support event will take place next Thursday (March 11) from 7pm.

Dawn Gracie said: “I’m very happy to be able to support charities such as 4Sight Vision Support during this time.

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“Making people smile and have a great time, whilst at the same time raising awareness and of course vital funds, is my absolute pleasure.”

Dawn Gracie, of Dawns Vintage Do, will be hosting 4Sight's virtual bingo event

Tickets are £5 and include two rounds of bingo with prizes for a line and a full house, mini quiz and entertainment.

All you need to do is grab a dobber, some refreshments and 1920s attire – if you are feeling inspired – and enjoy a fun-filled evening of entertainment from your living room!

For more information and to book, visit

4Sight Vision Support thanked its local Tesco, Waitrose and Morrisons stores for donating prizes which will be up for grabs on the night.

The Bognor Regis charity provides free specialist advice and support to blind and sight impaired people living across West Sussex and has been on-hand throughout the pandemic, helping people with sight loss to stay active, independent and feel less isolated.

For more information call 01243 828555, email [email protected] or visit


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