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Jonathan Djanogly MP: Recording books for the blind as part of Social Action

19th October 2011

Jonathan Djanogly, the Member of Parliament for the Huntingdon Constituency, spent an enjoyable half hour taking part in the Conservative Party’s social action project at Conference this year.

He went to the Conference’s specially designed, world-class ‘Social Action Zone’ within its conference venue and recorded a short story for Calibre Audio Library, a self-funded charity that operates an audio library for visually impaired people, free of charge.

Jonathan joined a number of other Ministers, Members of Parliament, Party Staff, journalists and delegates who also recorded a story – as well as members of the Cabinet, who read a selection of children’s stories.

Jonathan said:

‘I was delighted to be able to take part in this year’s Social Action project at the Conservative Party Conference. Calibre Audio Library is an admirable organisation and an indispensable service for those who are visually impaired. I really enjoyed recording a story at the Social Action Zone and I hope it will be listened to again and again!’

Recording books for the blind as part of Social Action


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