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Volunteers needed to help visually impaired in central England

British Wireless is looking to recruit some new volunteers to help the visually impaired people it supports in Birmingham, Staffordshire, Leeds and Manchester.

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Loppylugs trust donation could provide more than 40 radios

British Wireless has received a generous donation which could provide more than 40 people with specially adapted radios.

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Grants will support visually impaired people in Cumbria

Donations from two trusts will provide radios for more than 20 blind and partially sighted people with equipment.

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Three grants will benefit visually impaired around the UK

Visually impaired people across the UK will benefit from three grants which British Wireless received throughout November.

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Frances with Nicola from the Body Shop

Sale of beauty products raises funds for BWBF

A Body Shop party organised by a member of the British Wireless team has raised money for the charity.

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New agent on board for Kirklees area

A new agent has joined British Wireless to support people in Kirklees.

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British Wireless launches 2016 Christmas appeal

Today British Wireless is launching its 2016 Christmas appeal, with a focus on the friendship and comfort our radios provide to those with sight loss.

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Digital radio ownership on the up

The latest RAJAR figures have been released today – showing more people than ever own a digital radio.

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Sonata Plus+ rollout complete

The rollout of the new Sonata Plus+ radios has now been completed thanks to grants from the Freemasons’ Grand Charity and the Wolfson Foundation.

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Waitrose partner Slava Yakupov presents a cheque

Two grants will benefit Scotland

BWBF has received two grants from different organisations which will benefit visually impaired people in Scotland.

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Paul King

“My radio saved my life”

Our radios mean so many different things to people, but one of our recipients credits his British Wireless set with saving his life.

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