About STN 

 

Sheffield Talking News (S.T.N.) is a small registered charity (No 1001700)  which produces each week over 500 audio cassettes, CDs and Memory Sticks of local news for anyone who is blind, visually impaired or unable to read a newspaper through disability. Arrangements with both the Sheffield Star and Telegraph and the Yorkshire Post allow us to include the content of their publications without infringement of copyright - we are most grateful for this concession. A bi monthly magazine is also produced throughout the year. There is no charge for the service which is  delivered by Royal Mail free of charge.
 
STN also produces audio tapes and CDs for other local organisations including the Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind (SRSB) newsletter; South Yorkshire Funding Advice Bureau (SYFAB) Funding News; Sheffield Homes In Touch magazines; Sheffield Care Trust; Sheffield City Council (various departments). Income from this work helps subsidise other costs and along with a wide number of individual donations allows STN to continue to provide its service at no cost to its listeners. To find out more about this click on the [Other Services] button on the left.
 
Can you help us to help others?  
We are always looking for people willing to help us to assist others keep in touch with local events that they might otherwise remain unaware of. There is always a ready welcome available to new volunteers who can help us to ensure that the service we provide remains FREE of charge to those it benefits.
 
If you are interested in helping out and want to see what our volunteers do click on the [Getting Involved] button on the left of this page for more information

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Report back, from Trevor Clark, said "The recording on the memory stick was spot on and it all worked perfectly and I am happy to have my weekly news on memory stick instead of CD .