“to relieve the blind, or visually impaired, or those labouring
under some temporary or permanent incapacity or disability
which makes reading a strain, by the provision of audio material.“
Our charity was formed in 1985 and since then we have produced a weekly talking newspaper for the blind and visually impaired who have an interest in North Norfolk. We are all volunteers and get together every week to record, copy and dispatch memory sticks from our studio in Aylsham.
The Archant Group has generously allowed us to edit and reproduce their weekly newspaper, The North Norfolk News. The Royal Mail kindly send out and return the memory sticks for free.
Our listeners are provided with appropriate audio equipment funded by the Charity – there are no subscriptions involved. Our listener liaison officer will visit and demonstrate how to use the memory stick player and is on hand to help resolve any problems.
Thoughts on Vision Loss
Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn't mean he lacks vision.