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The Talking Books service provides 4,000 audio books every day, and RNIB, the sight loss charity which runs the service, has announced today that it will now be free for all blind and partially sighted people, to mark its 80th anniversary.
As part of the anniversary celebrations, HarperCollins has become the first publisher to commit to delivering every new title to the RNIB library on the date of general publication.
All money raised from RNIB Glow will help RNIB provide practical and emotional support to everyone affected by sight loss.
RNIB Scotland's chairwoman Sandra Wilson voted against the transfer.
Managing director of RNIB Solutions, Neil Heslop, said.
RNIB CEO Lesley-Anne Alexander CBE said: "Joyce has been involved with RNIB since attending a Finding your Feet course when her eyesight began to deteriorate.
For more information about smoking and sight loss call the RNIB Helpline on 0303 123 9999 or visit www.
The fair is in support of RNIB Pears Centre for Specialist Learning in Ash Green, which offers individually-tailored education, care and therapies to children and young people with multiple disabilities and complex health needs who are blind or partially sighted.
This year the theme of RNIB Read is the marvellous braille system which uses a series of raised dots to enable blind people to read.
RNIB launched the expansion at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor on Wednesday.
Managing Your Money is a booklet developed by RNIB to address this problem.
While the RNIB works within the UK to help the visually-impaired, they invest in research, too, which ultimately helps people around the world," said Sally Prosser, a volunteer for the RNIB.
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