020 8290 0085

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Bromley Central Library
Apart from the many services offered by the library it also has a selection of Large Print and Audio BooksTo view the catalogue visit www.bromley.gov.uk/libraries
The Home Library Service can be found on the libraries website but also offer a transport
and befriending service
www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/service/1454-london
The local contact is Cheryl.Puller@royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk

Carers Bromley
Supporting carers of all ages in the London Borough of Bromley. 
Seeking and supporting
those who care http://www.carersbromley.org.uk/
Kent Association for the Blind
KAB is a registered charity helping people with sight impairments in Kent, covering Medway, Bromley and Bexley to be independent, mobile and safe http://www.kab.org.uk/
If you are visiting the West Kent Eye Centre at the Princess Royal University Hospital or the Eye Clinic call Chris Wilsdon who is the KAB Eye Clinics Liaison Officer for the area on 07795 558560. 
Working with the Ophthalmic Department in Bromley, he will talk to you about your eye condition
and provide advice and information to people with a sight impairment.

RNIB helping people who lost their sight to find their lives again http://www.rnib.org.uk 
EnBro - This organisation has special Spring walks for BDTN listeners http://www.enbro.org.uk 
Guide to Services for Older People at Bromley AGE UK http://www.ageukbromley.org.uk
VIPAS Visually Impaired Persons Active Social group.
​For details contact Toby 020 8325 0186, Joan 020 8462 7903 or Janet 020 8462 8034.

VocalEyes is a nationwide audio description charity, providing access to the arts
for blind and partially sighted people http://www.vocaleyes.co.uk
Calibre Audio Library, a national charity providing subscription free service
of unabridged audio books for adults and children with sight problems, dyslexia
or other disabilities who cannot read print http://www.calibre.org.uk
National talking newspapers and magazines – The Talking Newspaper Association of the UK.
An alternative to print newspapers and magazines available to hear on CD player, tablet, 
smart phone or laptop http://www.tnauk.org.uk
Guide Dogs – formerly known as The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
There are over 4,700 guide dog owners in the UK.
​Find out how Guide Dogs can help you get out and about http://www.guidedogs.org.uk
Local clubs for the blind:
Beckenham 020 8656 1940   Biggin Hill 01959 576229   Bromley 020 8460 8228