Make some noise in your local library this month (June) when an annual campaign kicks off to bring together public libraries and blind and partially sighted people.

As part of the awareness fortnight, there is a free talk at Strood Library from leading publisher of audio books, WF Homes on Tuesday, 19 June.
The talk will also feature a special guest appearance from actor Saul Reichlin, who has twice been awarded the prestigious CrimeFest Sounds of Crime Award.

Places are free, but booking is essential. The talk is at Strood library and starts 2.30pm. To book a place call 01634 335890 or email chatham.library@medway.gov.uk

The Make a Noise in Libraries fortnight runs from 11 to 24 June. The aim of the campaign is to improve access to books and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.