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What we provide
We record Quaker News, The Friend and other publications for visually impaired Friends.
How does it work?
Our volunteers record the publications onto memory sticks and these are posted out to subscribers.
How much does it cost?
Subscriptions run for a year and are very reasonably priced. Click for full details.
How can I subscribe?
Subscribing is straightforward using our online forms.
Some Britain Yearly Meeting documents are now available in accessible formats. To find out more, see the News page
Woodbrooke’s tactile labyrinth makes the labyrinth accessible to all. See more on the news page
Craig Barnett’s book Quaker Renewal has been recorded and is now available on USB. A copy has been deposited in the library at Woodbrooke. To receive a copy, please send a USB stick to Woodbrooke library. Alan Johnson, Convener of Talking Friends
Our AGM is on Saturday 27 April 2019 at the Priory Rooms, Bull Street, Birmingham. All welcome
Alan and Hilary Johnson have put Braille labels on some 240 recordings in the audio-visual section of Woodbrooke Library, and recorded the list on to a USB stick available to anyone who wants it. There is a new page on this website explaining how it works – click the Woodbrooke Library link
Quaker Faith and Practice is available as an audio book – see the News page
You can read our Annual Report for 2017 – see the Documents page
Thank you to all those who responded so generously to our development appeal