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Boomerang Talking Newspaper

'Boomerang' is the talking newspaper for the West Lothian area, produced by volunteers for those who are blind and partially sighted or unable to read easily from local newspapers. The West Lothian Courier is recorded onto memory sticks, machines are available to play. Boomerang is produced weekly. Recordings are made on Thursdays and Fridays. Volunteers for readers or technicians (training would be given) are welcome.

Phone: 07707 830 634  

Address: West Lothian Boomerang Talking Newspaper, 211a West Main Street. Whitburn, EH47 0LP

Times: Boomerang is produced weekly. Recordings are made on Thursdays and Fridays. Volunteers for readers or technicians or distributions (training would be given) are welcome. 

Disabled facilities: No 

Fees: Free service. 

Eligibility: Registered blind and partially sighted, or unable to read small print. 

Further info: Heather Smart 07707 830 634

Online: wlboomerang.info@gmail.com