Accessibility Links

Tel: 0114 272 2757

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Accessible Information

SRSB is dedicated to providing accessible information for blind and partially sighted people.

SRSB Newsletter

Picture of client newsletter cover

All clients are sent Insight,our quarterly newsletter, including Fundraising News, Diary of Events and other relevant information. This is sent in the reader's preferred format.‘Read More’

Sheffield Talking News

Photograph of Sheffield Talking News volunteer

This is a separate charitable organisation which uses our Centre to record and distribute a weekly newspaper and monthly magazine in audio format on memory stick.‘Read More’

Photograph of Talking Book Daisy Player SRSB can advise on the various Audio Book services that are available. For further information please contact us on 0114 272 2757.

British Wireless for the Blind Fund

British Wireless for the Blind fund logo SRSB is the local agent for British Wireless for the Blilnd Fund which makes radio/CD/Cassette players available on free loan subject to certain criteria. ‘Read More’

The Ever Open Door

Image of The Ever Open Door cover. A publication by SRSB specifically for people who have just started to lose their sight. It is a directory of information related to sight loss and support available. ‘Read More’
Access Now logo Access Now is a brochure that details sensory access at regional theatres. ‘Read More’ 

Braille Transcription

Photograph of braille being read by 2 hands SRSB can organise for print documents to be transcribed into braille. ‘Read More’ 

Tactile Diagrams

Photo of tactile floor plan SRSB can produce tactile diagrams from print documents to assist organisations when they need to deliver graphical content to people with sight problems. ‘Read More’


Photograph of previous firewalk

You can choose between a Glasswalk OR a Firewalk or just go ahead and do both

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Photograph of SRSBs Mobile Information Unit on Fargate

Our Community Engagement Team visit organisations and events across Sheffield and South Yorkshire to promote awareness about our services and about eye health

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Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind links