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Lifeline to the World

25.06.2015

British Wireless for the Blind is pleased to announce the launch of a new project in North Wales.

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British Wireless for the Blind Fund has a new project which has launched in North Wales.

Lifeline to the World will reach out to blind and partially sighted people in Denbigh and Henllan, in Denbighshire, providing them with one of BWBF’s specially adapted radios, along with additional support from a trained volunteer.

The project, which is generously funded by The Freeman Evans St David’s Day Charity, will involve volunteers from Denbigh and Henllan, who will visit blind and partially sighted people and provide instruction on the many features of one of BWBF’s specially adapted radios.

Our radios allow recipients to access a wide variety of audio options, including digital radio, talking books and newspapers, CDs, cassettes and much more.



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