We are always glad to showcase our work and to receive visits from:
mission agencies, church groups, youth groups, social groups and individuals.
Whether you are simply intrigued and want to see how Braille is made - or whether you are interested in volunteering - or you would like to provide Braille for your own projects, please feel free to get in touch.
Visitors will be able to see how Braille is produced using computer technology as well as learning about Braille and its inventor, Louis Braille. There are video presentations of our overseas work and those wanting some hands on experience can try one or two of the production processes as well as learning the basics of reading and writing in Braille.
Visits to Compass Braille available
Monday - Wednesday, 14.00-16.00
Please phone in advance to make arrangements
Evening and Saturday visits can also be arranged with sufficient prior notice.
Our policy is to offer EQUAL ACCESS to people with visual disabilities.
If you produce or use Christian literature for overseas programmes we can help.
To discuss the possibilities, please contact us:
We rely heavily on volunteers from local churches who come into the Press to help produce Bibles and Christian Books in Braille.
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Compass Braille has relied on a volunteer force since its inception, without them the work would not have been possible.
If you would like to help please get in touch