CEO at Sight Support Derbyshire

Claire Winfield was appointed as the CEO at Sight Support Derbyshire in January 2013.  Claire joins us from the Royal Air Forces Association where she worked as the Director of Welfare.


Spend Valentines with X factor legend Andy Abraham

It’s that time of year again when people strive for that perfect gift, that one gesture, to show your loved one how much they mean to you. Sight Support Derbyshire have come up with the perfect answer that means you can avoid traipsing around the shops looking forlornly for inspiration amongst the usual flowers and chocolates.

Instead, you can enjoy a night of love songs with one of the country’s best and favourite singers in immaculate surrounding whilst enjoying the best food that money can buy. X Factor legend Andy Abraham, a man who has sold more than 500,000 records, will lead a night which will blow your partner away.

Ges Roulstone, Chief Executive of Sight Support Derbyshire, said “We’re absolutely thrilled to be bring Andy Abraham to Derbyshire for our first ever Valentines Ball. My wife has been a big fan ever since he starred on the X Factor so I jumped at the chance to take her as part of our Valentines celebrations. The venue is absolutely stunning and with Willie Thorne compering I expect a fantastic night of love songs, champagne and extraordinary food. If you’re looking for something a little different to do on Valentines this year then look no further, our Valentines Ball promises to be one of the best events of the year.”

The event will be held on Saturday 11th February within the sumptuous grounds of Butterley Grange Mansion in Ripley and all guests will be treated to a luxurious four course meal. British snooker legend and famed after dinner speaker Willie Thorne will compere the evening which hopes to raise £5,000 for the charity to support blind and partially sighted people locally.

For tickets and more information please contact Robin Toal on 01332 287 027 or

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