Sight Concern Worcestershire are the local agents for British Wireless for the Blind.
British Wireless for the Blind Fund was established in 1928 to provide access to radio for people with sight loss. They provide specially adapted audio equipment on a free loan basis, which will enable you to listen to your favourite radio station or audio books, with ease.
Anyone who is registered blind or partially sighted, over the age of eight, living in the UK and in current receipt of a means-tested benefit qualifies for a free set. Please contact us to discuss this service.
If you are not eligible for a free radio, there is the option to purchase directly from the British Wireless for the Blind Fund
For more information about British Wireless please click here
Sight Concern Worcestershire
The Bradbury Centre, 2 Sansome Walk, Worcester, WR1 1LH
Registered Charity: 1136716 / Company number: 07258623
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