THE BRITISH COMPUTER ASSOCIATION OF THE BLIND

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About BCAB

The British Computer Association of the Blind (BCAB) is a lively group of blind and partially sighted computer users. We offer training, discussion, networking and help to all our members.

Established in 1969 we're the oldest computer association of blind and partially sighted people in the world. Our membership includes people of all skill levels, interests and abilities. Find out more about BCAB.

Visit us on our stand to:

Guide Cats for the Blind!

Our Latest, Herding Cats:

Features Toyah Wilcox, James Bolam, Michael Palin, Linda Bellingham and Jon Briggs (the real voice behind ‘Daniel’ and plenty more.

Still available

Sight village prices

Herding Cats £10, all other titles £5. Buy all five CDs for just £25!

Get your copies at the British Computer Association of the Blind stand.

Contact

If you can’t wait until Sight Village then you can find us at:

BCAB
c/o RNIB
58-72 John Bright Street
Birmingham
B1 1BN

Telephone: 0845 643 9811
Email: info@bcab.org.uk
Web: www.bcab.org.uk

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