WINCHESTER Talking Newspaper (WTN), which provides free sound recordings of the Hampshire Chronicle to its blind and visually impaired listeners, held its 30th AGM – the first at its new premises.
WTN Chairman John Richards said: “Since our Annual General Meeting in 2019, we have moved twice but have now settled comfortably into our new studio in Winnall Valley Road. We held our 30th Annual General Meeting in Unit 12, Winnall Valley Road, at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, May 8. Visitors were invited to stay for afternoon tea and to view our new studio.
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The event was attended by one of WTN’s special friends – Tom McInulty, who was accompanied by his guide dog Toby. Tom was one of the Senior Regional Directors of the Macular Society until his retirement in 2020. Tom lost his sight in 1983 and since then has been dedicated to fundraising for different charities for the visually impaired. He has been a trustee of Southampton Sight for 28 years and helps them with vision loss awareness training.
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