Countess of Wessex visits London school to show Support for Important Campaign

 

Countess of Wessex visits London school to show Support for Important Campaign

The Countess of Wessex has shown her support for the #LoveYourEyes campaign that encourages everyone to think about the importance of their own eye health.

To mark World Sight Day and in her role as a global ambassador for the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB), Sophie visited Perseid School in London, a school that works with children and young people aged three to 19, who have special educational needs and learning disabilities, to see children having their eyes tested.

The Countess said: "The key thing I have learnt with all my work from Vision 2020 and IAPB is that the vision sector has really come together over the years, especially for World Sight Day.

"What is really inspiring to see, is that best practices are so easily shared through IAPB. These best practices can hopefully influence everything else and improve the lives of millions around the world who have poor vision."

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