Our aim is to reach as wide a population of the
visually impaired as we can, so that we all feel part of the community.
WHAT WE DO
We produce, on Tape Cassette, CD and Memory Stick, news taken from local newspapers across Dorset. There are also magazine features, interviews and items of personal interest.
Additionally we record BH Life and Home News
for Bournemouth Council these CDs are available
from Bournemouth Council.
Our studio is in West Howe, Bournemouth.
Our newspaper is produced and sent out,
on a fortnightly basis,
FREE OF CHARGE.
All you need is a simple cassette or CD player,
or a computer, memory stick player or Daisy player.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
By letting us know about anyone who is
visually impaired or partially sighted
and who would be interested
in receiving our newspaper,
or by volunteering to help produce it.
This charity is run entirely by volunteers,
there are NO paid helpers at all.
Their work includes editing, reading,
recording, duplicating and administration.
If you would like to volunteer to help, particularly,
with recording or duplicating, please contact us,
we will be happy to show you how simple it is to help.