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Impact Report 2015-2016 published

15.07.2016

British Wireless has published its annual Impact Report for 2015-2016.

BWBF is inviting its supporters to have a read of its Impact Report for 2015-2016.

We’ve been working on the document for the last few months and it has now been published.

It includes a review of the last year and also sets out our plans for the coming year.

There is a detailed write up about our recent project to update our recipients’ Sonata sets with the new Sonata plus+ model, information about how donations help us and details about the different ways to support BWBF.

Some of our recipients talk about the difference their radios have made to their daily lives and there is even a piece about a snippet of our history which was discovered on eBay!

There is plenty of financial information about BWBF and facts and figures throughout, as well as messages from our CEO and Chairman of the trustees.

BWBF’s CEO Margaret Grainger said: “This year’s Impact Report has a new look and feel to it and we’ve worked hard to put it together.

“We really hope you enjoy reading it.”

Read the full report by clicking here.



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