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Kingston upon Thames Association for the Blind
Kingston upon Thames Talking Newspaper
The Kingston upon Thames Talking Newspaper brings any visually impaired person in our borough a weekly digest of local news and information on a 90-minute tape. It is totally free to the recipients as it is produced enti...
Contact: Kingston upon Thames Association for the Blind.
London Borough of Hillingdon
Home library service
Our free Home Library Service is for people who are housebound, have mobility difficulties or care for someone and cannot access our services in a library building. Home Library Service for housebound Hillingdon residen...
Contact: Leisure & Culture, Civic Centre High Street, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1UW.
Newham Talking Newspaper Association
Newham Talking Newspapers
We record items of local news from the Newham Recorder, as well as council information, onto audio tapes and send them out each week to blind and sight-inpaired residents of Newham.
Contact: Newham Talking Newspapers, 21a Salisbury Road, London, E7 9JX.
Westminster City Council
Home Library Service
If you live in Westminster and find it difficult to get to a library because you are elderly, have a disability or long-term illness or are caring for someone, the Home Library Service (HLS) can come to you. We offer: ...
Contact: Home Library Service, Marylebone Library, Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5PS.
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