Calibre Audio service now 'free of charge' to anybody with a print disability on World Book Day

The local firm wants 'the joy of reading' to be accessible to everyone, and have used World Book Day to launch their exciting new plans to make this a reality.

By Thomas Bamford
Thursday, 5th March 2020, 11:26 am
Updated Thursday, 5th March 2020, 11:27 am
Calibre wants reading to be accessible to everyone!
Calibre wants reading to be accessible to everyone!

Today, in support of World Book Day, Calibre Audio announces the next phase of its development ot create a world where everyone with a print reading disability can access the joy of


They have said their mission is to be the most customer focused provider of accessible audiobooks so that anyone with a print reading disability, no matter what their background or personal circumstances, can experience the power and joy of reading.

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Anthony Kemp, the Chief Executive at Calibre Audio said:

‘We are delighted to announce that today the Calibre service will become free of charge to any individual with a print disability.

"We want to become more active in the community, bringing the joy of reading and the social inclusivity that supports it to a wider audience of people. We want to offer our service to anyone who has a print reading disability, particularly those who currently do not have access to books because of isolation, or through personal circumstances.’