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Talking newspaper changes its name

PUBLISHED: 15:40 03 February 2010 | UPDATED: 11:25 12 August 2010

A TALKING newspaper charity for blind and visually impaired people has changed its name for a new decade. The charity, formerly called Bromley Cassette,

A TALKING newspaper charity for blind and visually impaired people has changed its name for a new decade.

The charity, formerly called Bromley Cassette, launched its new name Bromley District Talking News this month.

Every week, volunteers produce a CD with a digest of local news across the borough and send it, with free delivery from Royal Mail, to listeners within 24 hours.

For more information, call the Bromley District Talking News on 020 8290 0085 or write to Northlands, Freelands Grove, Bromley, BR1 3LH.


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