Eastbourne Talking Newspaper Association (ETNA) is a voluntary service helping visually-impaired people, who find it difficult to read print, keep in touch by providing sixty minutes of recorded material.
They 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 Sunday papers
- A monthly magazine on a variety of subjects
The recorded material is delivered and returned in a wallet by post, free of charge. After listening, members return the wallets by dropping them into any post box.
Media players can be provided, free of charge, to all members.
Eastbourne Talking News Paper Association are a registered charity (no. 273322) and the service is provided by over 50 volunteers. It is financed solely by voluntary contributions.
Membership is free to anyone who is sight-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.