A Christmas message from Tim


Nystagmus Network Chairman, Tim Cuddeford has sent a Christmas message to members of the Nystagmus Network. Tim spoke of the challenges that 2020 has brought for everyone, not least the nystagmus community, but also highlighted the successes the charity has been able to achieve, thanks to the support of our intrepid fundraisers and donors and … Continue reading A Christmas message from Tim

Thank you for donating to our BBC Radio 4 appeal


Thank you to everyone who gave to our BBC Radio 4 charity appeal in June this year. The appeal raised £9, 230. You can read what a difference the appeal has made to the charity and the nystagmus community on the BBC website here where you can also listen again to Richard Osman presenting the … Continue reading Thank you for donating to our BBC Radio 4 appeal

Thank you, Zoe


It’s fitting that our final nystagmus hero of 2020 is someone who has been working tirelessly all year looking after some of our most vulnerable people. Zoe is a care supervisor and head house keeper in a care home, working over 40 hours a week. She was born with nystagmus and optic atrophy. She struggles … Continue reading Thank you, Zoe

Thank you, Mike


What can we say about Mike that hasn’t been said already? He endured so much for the nystagmus cause this year – including very wet feet, a constantly rumbling tummy and often only the company of chickens! But Mike still walked 3000 miles to raise £2,500 for the Nystagmus Network. A-m-a-z-i-n-g! And after all that … Continue reading Thank you, Mike

Thank you, Ahrian


In 2020 Ahrian offered the Nystagmus Network her services as a volunteer. So far she has designed the logo for the @NystagmusYouth Instagram account and the new T-shirt for our 19-21 challenge. Ahrian has nystagmus herself and wanted to give back something to the nystagmus community. She says: “I was born with nystagmus and grew … Continue reading Thank you, Ahrian

Gene Vision launches


Gene Vision launched to support those diagnosed with genetic eye diseases London, 01 December 2020 A new website, Gene Vision, has launched today, developed by Professor Mariya Moosajee and Dr Alex Yeong, supported by Dr Peter Thomas (Director of Digital Innovation at Moorfields Eye Hospital). The new site is intended for adults, children and their … Continue reading Gene Vision launches

Thank you to National Lottery players


Thanks to the generosity of National Lottery players, the Nystagmus Network is in receipt of a further grant to support the work of the charity. This welcome additional funding is enabling us to continue delivering support and information services to the nystagmus community, albeit virtually. Charity staff are busier than ever answering enquiries by phone, … Continue reading Thank you to National Lottery players