There are several ways to access our free weekly broadcast.
Listeners receive an MP3 memory stick through the post in a wallet with a Velcro seal. Once you have listened to the memory stick, flip over the address card on the front of the wallet and return the memory stick to us for re-recording in order to receive the next edition. Memory sticks can be played on computers, Concerto or Sonata devices or memory stick players. We can offer listeners who are in receipt of means tested benefits a free memory stick player.
Under ‘Articles for the Blind’ regulations, listeners wishing to receive a weekly audio recording on memory stick delivered free of charge by Royal Mail must be registered blind or partially sighted (in possession of a CVI - a Certificate of Visual Impairment) and be living within the London Borough of Enfield. To find out more about receiving our weekly memory sticks please telephone our Listeners Representative, Diane de Jersey, on 020 8805 6578 or email email@example.com
Enfield Talking Newspaper is available on Sonata. Sonata devices are available from the British Wireless for the Blind Fund. Sonata devices require access to broadband. For more information about purchasing a Sonata device please contact the British Wireless for the Blind Fund.
Our weekly recording is available on Soundcloud and YouTube as well as our website. You can also access our recording via our Facebook and Twitter pages. To receive an email bulletin with links to our latest recording, that can be accessed on laptops, tablets and mobile phones with an internet connection, please email your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
We love to receive feedback from our listeners. Please do get in touch with comments or suggestions and special announcements, such as birthdays or anniversaries you wish us to include at the start of our broadcast. Please telephone our Listeners Representative, Diane de Jersey, on 020 8805 6578 or email email@example.com
A few years ago we received a recording from one of our listeners giving us some feedback on our weekly broadcast. Here's an extract: