A CAMPAIGN is coming to Bromley libraries to make reading more accessible for blind and partially sighted people.

Making A Noise in Libraries will run from June 3 to 14 with the theme of Signposting to encourage more books, newspapers and magazines to be printed in different formats.

Charity RNIB is partnering with public libraries to provide a range of sessions including an introduction to the Talking Book Service, uncovering the accessible features of ebooks and an interactive archaeological talk from Bromley Museum curator Marie-Louise Kerr.

The events are taking place all over the borough. For more information, visit this website.

Read a News Shopper article about the RNIB Talking Book Service.