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Below is the archive of our news stories…

Do you have a few hours a month to spare?

Posted on 16 January, 2012

Oxford Talking Newspaper for the Blind would like to hear from people who have an interest in or wish to learn how to produce digital recordings. The digital recordings are made at the recording studios of Radio Cherwell, the Oxford hospitals’ radio station, based on the Churchill Hospital site. For further details and information about […]

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Oxtalk events

Posted on 22 November, 2011

On Friday 18th November Anne Ambler of Oxtalk gave a talk to the St. James Church Welcome Break group  in Cowley. Then on Tuesday 22nd Anne gave a presentation to a small group at the Wesley Memorial Methodist Church Fellowship in Oxford. Many thanks to all who attended. Any organisations wanting a visiting speaker can […]

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Visual Impairment Team – Oxfordshire

Posted on 15 November, 2011

On 27th October 2011 Meg Jones of Oxfordshire County Council’s Sensory Impairment Team gave an enjoyable and extremely informative presentation at the OXTALK AGM. Please click here to download a Word document summary of Meg’s presentation. The text of the summary document is also included below: PRESENTATION BY MEG JONES, SENSORY IMPAIRMENT TEAM, OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY […]

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A talk for the Welcome Break Group

Posted on 4 November, 2011

On Thursday 3rd November Committee member Anne Ambler gave a presentation about the work of OXTALK to the Welcome Break Group at Didcot Baptist Church. There were about 30 people in attendance at the meeting. Any organisations wanting a visiting speaker can contact Anne on 01865 872628. Most offer a small donation to help our […]

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Oxtalk Chair’s annual report 2011

Posted on 31 October, 2011

Please click the link to download the Chair’s Annual Report 2011. This was presented by Margaret Simpson at the Oxtalk Autumn meeting, which took place at Barton Community Centre on Thursday 27th October 2011. The complete text of the report is also included below: Good evening ladies and gentlemen. It is pleasing to see many […]

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