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Volunteers needed for Galloways Society for the Blind talking newspapers

Farmers Guardian is sent out nationally every week, but Galloways now needs a few extra volunteer readers and controllers.

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Volunteers needed for Galloways Society for the Blind talking newspapers

For well over two decades, Farmers Guardian has been among the local, regional and national publications which sight loss charity Galloways Society for the Blind sends out on ‘memory stick’ (USB), to visually impaired individuals who request it.

 

‘Talking Newspapers’ is just one of numerous activities the charity undertakes, many of them relying on volunteers.

 

Farmers Guardian is sent out nationally every week, but Galloways now needs a few extra volunteer readers and controllers.

 

Pre-edited pages of the publication are recorded every Friday at Galloways’ Penwortham, Preston headquarters.

 

Teams of two readers and one recording controller working on a three-week rota, taking about 75 minutes late morning to produce the recordings.

 

Galloways’ James Coulton said in addition to now requiring one or two more regulars, it was also useful to have additional names on the list for stand-by cover during holidays or illness.

 

For more information or to volunteer, contact James Coulton on 01772 744 148.


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