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“It’s completely accessible to everybody” – Reader Stories from Bradbury Fields

Written by Lily Kehoe, 26th January 2024

Bradbury Fields is a charity in Liverpool which works with blind and partially sighted people, and The Reader deliver a weekly Shared Reading group at The Bradbury Centre where they are based.In this video, some of the participants tell us what the Shared Reading group means to them, how it has reconnected them to a love poetry and literature, and to their own feelings. The Reader’s programme manager Mary Crotty explains how we have created braille and large-print materials to make the experience accessible to all and Darren, Health & Well Being Project Coordinator at Bradbury Fields shares how Shared Reading is an important way of connection for the whole group.

Find out more about Shared Reading here.Find out more about Bradbury Fields here.The Shared Reading group at Bradbury Fields is supported with funding from People’s Postcode Lottery and Arts Council England.

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