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Produces weekly 90 minute audio cassette tapes full of local news. In addition they also produce a second access or information tape containing useful information. On a monthly basis, a further 90 minute tape called 'The Brooklands File' contains a collection of short stories and interesting articles.

All the tapes are provided totally FREE to people of any age who are blind, visually impaired, or disabled and otherwise unable to read a newspaper. All that is needed to enjoy the service is a basic cassette recorder or cassette based walkman. Alternatively any Hi-Fi with a tape deck would be suitable.

Persons who would benefit from this FREE service, run entirely by volunteers and paid for by donations, should contact ROY BEACHILL at ROTHERHAM TALKING NEWSPAPER, Brooklands, Doncaster Road, Rotherham S65 1NN

Telephone - 01709 367 933

ROTHERHAM TALKING NEWSPAPER is a Registered Charity no 512545

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