RNIB offers information, support and advice to people with sight loss.
National Library Service
RNIB National Library Service is the largest specialist library for readers with sight loss in the UK. It offers a wide range of books and information for children and adults in a range of formats including braille, giant print (24 point type) and unabridged audio.
Each year, RNIB delivers 1.6million Talking Books and 416,000 volumes of braille and giant print, bringing enjoyment and pleasure to over 50,000 readers across the UK.
The Library also provides free access to online reference material and newspapers, braille sheet music, themed book lists, and an email list and web forum for book lovers.
RNIB supporting your library
RNIB National Library Service works with public libraries and other information providers to improve the availability of accessible information for blind and partially sighted people. Key activities in 2009 will include an annual Make a Noise in Libraries Fortnight from 6-19 July (www.rnib.org.uk/manil), and celebrations to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Louis Braille.