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 paper
- A weekly digest of articles from the weekend national papers
- A monthly magazine on a variety of subjects
The recorded material is delivered and returned by post free of charge, in a wallet.
Media players can be provided, free of charge, to all members.
Eastbourne Talking News Paper Association is 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 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.