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Calibre Audio

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General Details

Calibre Audio is a national charity lending free audiobooks to anyone who is print disabled.

A print disability is a difficulty or inability to read printed material where someone is unable to see, read, manipulate or comprehend the text.  This can include:

  • A learning disability, such as dyslexia;
  • A brain injury or cognitive impairment such as head trauma or stroke;
  • A vision impairment or blindness;
  • A physical dexterity problem such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Motor Neurone Disease (MND), Parkinson's disease, arthritis, paralysis or terminal illness.

Calibre has over 12,000 unabridged audiobooks as well as over 3,000 titles for childrend and young people. Books can be borrowed on MP3 CD, USB memory stick or streamed directly to your device.

Calibre Audio is free to join and membership gives you  24-hour access to our library via the internet, unlimited borrowing, newsletters and updates on new books added to our library. We post the MP3 CDs and USB memory sticks directly to your home and return postage is free.

 

Who to contact

Name
Calibre Audio
Position
Membership Services
Telephone
01296 432339
Fax
01296 392599
Email
enquiries@calibre.org.uk
Website
https://www.calibreaudio.org.uk/
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Address
Calibre Audio
New Road
Aylesbury
Bucks
Postcode
HP22 5XQ

Where to go

Name
Calibre Audio
Address
New Road
Weston Turville
Aylesbury
Bucks
Postcode
HP22 5XQ
Area served
All Suffolk
Parking available
Yes
Restrictions to access
People who cannot read ordinary print. No independent confirmation of eligibility is required.

Other details

Age Groups
Children (5-11), Adults, Young people
Last Updated
19/10/2020

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