Braille in Welsh

1st November 1996 at 00:00
Welsh-speaking blind and partially sighted children can now read in their mother tongue thanks to the development of Welsh Braille by the Royal National Institute for the Blind. A WB early reading scheme, teachers' manual and adults' primer have been produced and about 40 WB books ranging from early readers to GCSE. Details: RNIB, 224 Great Portland Street, London W1N 6AA. Tel: 0171 636 1153.

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