Editor sought for Wycombe Talking Newspaper

File photo from 2009

File photo from 2009

First published in News

THE Wycombe Talking Newspaper is seeking an editor to help deliver news to the visually impaired.

Following the recent resignation of one of the WTN editors, a replacement is being sought.

For more than thirty years, the talking newspaper charity has recorded large parts of the Bucks Free Press and delivered the recordings to the homes of visually impaired residents.

Chairman Ray Moorin said "The work is straight-forward and we rely heavily on our editors to choose the material to be read by our volunteer teams.

"One of our teams has two editors who job share and so they spend a few hours once every eight weeks providing the articles.

"At the end of the year editors draw up rotas for their teams and we are a very friendly bunch of local volunteers providing a valuable service to the community."

If you are interested in the role, call Mr Moorin on 01494 533147.

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10:27pm Wed 4 Jun 14

s6blr says...

We can hope that anyone employed by BFP will not be hired. The listeners deserve quality news feeds.
We can hope that anyone employed by BFP will not be hired. The listeners deserve quality news feeds. s6blr
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