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The Accessible Friends Network

The Accessible Friends Network (TAFN) is a national independent UK charity providing realtime social networking, computer technical support, training and entertainment via the internet. It is run by and for vision impaired people. It is a user-led voluntary group which uses email, the internet, voice conferencing and other resources to improve the quality of life for vi people and their partners by networking. TAFN provides support, raises funds and organises activities online.

To take part in events you need to be a member with access to the internet and a microphone and speakers, or a headset. The membership fee is £15, and a month’s free trial is available, giving people the chance to try TAFN for themselves. Events, which are moderated, include quizzes, musical theme nights, jazz club, and computer skills workshops.

For more information, visit the website or telephone 0203 290 9254.


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