News Editor Wanted!

We are currently looking for a News Editor to help us produce our weekly talking newspaper. You will research and collate local news from various sources, such as the Epsom Comet. You will then delegate the news to our three other readers in the recording team. No previous experience is required but a clear, confident speaking voice for presenting and closing the recorded news section is a must.

The position is voluntary therefore, the times are flexible. However, the general requirement is once or twice a month, on Thursdays from 10-11am.

Join our friendly team, who will be on hand to give you help and support.

All ages are welcome so if you want to gain work experience or be part our team and do something useful with your spare time we’d love to hear from you.

Contact us on 01372 721519 then leave a message and we’ll return your call or email us at admin@eetn.org.uk

Find out about other roles you can volunteer for.

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The Epsom and Ewell Talking Newspaper is a charity producing a weekly sound recording of news and other items primarily for blind and partially sighted people.

Please explore our site to find out more about what we do.

Free Talking Books!

RNIB’s Talking Book Service turns 80 this year and to celebrate they are offering free subscription to a library of more than 23 thousand talking books!

You can get access to their collection of more than 23,000 unabridged titles by Digital Download, read by ‘some of the world’s finest authors and acting talent’ via a variety of devices:

  • RNIB Overdrive
  • DAISY CD
  • USB stick

Eligibility

To be eligible to join you have to be a UK resident who is blind, partially sighted, or have an impairment that prevents or limits you from reading standard print.

To subscribe visit the RNIB website