Welcome to Speed Of Sight Charity

Our charity run driving days for disabled people and their families centred around inspiring self-confidence, social interaction and physical and mental wellbeing throughout the UK.

Driving Day Testimonial

Its just the most remarkable experience, anybody anywhere if you know somebody who can benefit from this experience maybe somebody who has lost their sight
Ben Shepherd Track Day Participant and Good Morning Britain Host Ben Shepherd

How You Can Make Difference

Our charity organise track days which allow people with disabilities to enjoy the excitement and thrill of driving around a race track Find out more

Our charity relies on the generosity of people who donate or fundraise, your donation will go towards giving a disabled person access to one of our driving days. Donate Today

Driving Day Gift Voucher

This gift voucher entitles the holder to attend one our driving days during which with the aid of a trained instructor they will drive our custom build duel controlled track car.

£100
Driving Day Voucher

Maple Wood Teardrop Key-Ring

Hand Crafted beautiful Maple Wood teardrop key-ring available in a variety of natural woods.

£10.00
Maple Wood Teardrop Key-Ring

Make a Donation

Give a disabled person the gift of a driving day they will never forget by making a donation to Speed Of Sight via our www.make-a-donation.org page. Watch our testimonials to see how your donation give a disabled person the drive of their life.

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Upcoming Disabled Driving Days

We run events throughout the year giving disabled people and their families the opportunity to experience the thrill of driving one of our custom made duel controlled track cars, new events are added all the time, take a look at the events below to find out more.

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    September Trafford Centre Track Day

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    October Trafford Centre Track Day

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Apparently it is #NationalDogDay What a great excuse to post a picture of the gorgeous Baxter, Mike Newman's Guide Dog :-) Apparently it is #NationalDogDay What a great excuse to post a picture of the gorgeous Baxter, Mike Newman's Guide Dog :-)

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Anyone got any spare stationery they can donate? We need paper, sellotape and envelopes :-) Anyone got any spare stationery they can donate? We need paper, sellotape and envelopes :-)

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Fantastic to receive such a wonderful donation from these guys. Thanks Easi-Drive, your support is really appreciated! Fantastic to receive such a wonderful donation from these guys. Thanks Easi-Drive, your support is really appreciated!

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In the News with Business Growth Hub...Wow these guys know what they are doing Link In the News with Business Growth Hub...Wow these guys know what they are doing Link

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A massive thanks to the management at Pembrey Racing Circuit in providing the wonderful track, facilities and support during the day. You helped make this day very memorable for so many… A massive thanks to the management at Pembrey Racing Circuit in providing the wonderful track, facilities and support during the day. You helped make this day very memorable for so many…

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Another successful track day delivered yesterday at Pembrey Racing Circuit with special thanks to our not so tame racing driver Ash Miller and our multi talented Ben Harper photographer and car technician Another successful track day delivered yesterday at Pembrey Racing Circuit with special thanks to our not so tame racing driver Ash Miller and our multi talented Ben Harper photographer and car technician

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Photos from our track day yesterday at Pembury Circuit taken by the ever amazing Ben Harper - thanks Ben :-) Photos from our track day yesterday at Pembury Circuit taken by the ever amazing Ben Harper - thanks Ben :-)

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Great feedback from yesterday's event :-) Another day meeting amazing participants and spectators - we love what we do!! Great feedback from yesterday's event :-) Another day meeting amazing participants and spectators - we love what we do!!

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Thank you SO much for such a great time yesterday and for making us so welcome. Haddon Peter Macdonald loved the whole experience of being at the Race Track and of driving the Caterham. Huge grins all round. Thank you SO much for such a great time yesterday and for making us so welcome. Haddon Peter Macdonald loved the whole experience of being at the Race Track and of driving the Caterham. Huge grins all round.

Ian Macdonald shared a status 2 days ago
Thankyou guys :) Thankyou guys :)

Haddon Peter Macdonald shared a status 3 days ago
It's all about #family coming to share the experience too! #disabled #driving #trackday It's all about #family coming to share the experience too! #disabled #driving #trackday

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Standout Supporter

Andrew Sherman Standout SupporterAndrew Sherman may be partially sighted but he doesn’t let this slow him down. After having his Speed Of Sight driving experience last October, Andrew became a big supporter of the charity. Wanting another adrenalin hit, Andrew and some equally brave colleagues undertook a sponsored white water rafting challenge, raising a fantastic amount of money which is still increasing! We’re incredibly impressed with their achievement and honoured that they would put themselves through that for us. Thanks guys!