What becoming a volunteer will mean for you

Our loyal volunteers work in small teams to provide local news to visually impaired people in Peterborough and surrounding districts. Some of our volunteers are still with us from the early days when we were founded in 1980. The support of all our volunteers helps blind and partially sighted people to keep in touch with their community. This service would not exist without them.

However, we are always keen to hear from new people who would like to become a reader, help out with our editing, take the reins as a recorder, or provide an extra pair of hands on duplication day.

If you can spare two or three hours one evening every five weeks or, alternatively, be available to duplicate and distribute our memory sticks one afternoon every five weeks, we would love to hear from you.

You will become part of a loyal team of people where fun and friendships are as much part of the enjoyment as the actual reading and recording!

If you want to find out more about becoming a volunteer, please get in touch.