Latest news from the fund BWBF joins forces with another charity to help North Yorkshire blind British Wireless has teamed up with another sight loss organisation to support more visually impaired people in Scarborough, Whitby and Filey.Read the story. Trust donation will support Scotland’s visually impaired Visually impaired people in Scotland will benefit thanks to a grant British Wireless has received.Read the story. Radio listening figures rise in last quarter of 2016 Figures released today show the number of people tuning into their radios every week increased during the last quarter of 2016.Read the story. Successful 2016 Christmas appeal has now closed We have now closed our Christmas appeal for 2016 – and it’s been one of the most successful ones to date.Read the story. A piece of BWBF history On this day in 1965, the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill took place – so we’re looking back at our history and our links with the former British Prime Minister.Read the story. Schoolgirl and mum have locks chopped to support British Wireless A kind-hearted schoolgirl and her mum have had their hair cut to raise money for British Wireless and support another cause. Read the story. Car crash survivor talks about how his radio has helped him A British Wireless recipient who lost his sight after being in a car accident has spoken about the comfort his radio brings.Read the story. 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.Read the story. 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.Read the story. 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.Read the story. 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.Read the story. View all news stories You can view a full news list and read our older news stories on our full news pages.View full news pages.