About us page:

Eastbourne Talking Newspaper Association (ETNA) is a voluntary service helping visually-impaired people, who find it difficult to read print, by providing them with a variety of recorded material.

You may be interested in one, or more, of the following:
A weekly digest of news from the local papers.
A weekly digest of articles from the weekend papers.
A monthly magazine on a variety of subjects.

The recorded material is provided on a USB stick which is delivered and returned by post in a wallet, free of charge.
Media players can be provided, free of charge, to all members.
Eastbourne Talking Newspaper Association is a registered charity (number 273322) and the service is provided by over 50 volunteers. It is financed solely by voluntary contributions.

Membership is free to anyone who is visually-impaired. If you would like to become a member, please complete the application form by clicking here.

For more information please click here to contact us.
You may also contact our Administrator on 01 323 72 72 73 any weekday morning between 9 and 11 a.m.  Outside these hours please leave your name and telephone number on our answerphone.