I'm Steph from Bristol Braillists. I'm writing to you as you've expressed an interest in Bristol Braille and/or the Braillists group - may be you've met us at a trade show, contacted us through our website or happened upon us in a pub (it does happen, occasionally!).
In this email I'll tell you about this mailing list, give you a brief overview of Bristol Braille and the Braillist group and details of our next Braillists meeting.
I've set up this mailing list to help keep you informed of our activities and progress, and to let you know of our next Braillist group meetings. If you'd rather not get these updates please unsubscribe by clicking on this link https://bristolbraille.us8.list-manage.com/unsubscribe?u=f8b3c5f851151c8180717ff70&id=0a7a716bc9&e=[UNIQID]&c=c71d23ea7e
Bristol Braille is a small, dynamic social enterprise that designs and develops innovative, affordable Braille-based technology. Current projects include the Canute multi-line refreshable Braille e-book reader, aimed at costing a fraction of the price of current single-line refreshable Braille displays.
The Braillists group is a Braille-users discussion group aimed at supporting and promoting Braille use and literacy. Group meetings are currently held in Bristol providing a venue for open discussion as well the opportunity to test and feedback on Bristol Braille's prototypes as they become available. An online forum is available at http://discuss.bristolbraille.co.uk/Braillists/
We are planning to have our next Braillists meeting on Thursday 28th August 6.30pm until 8.30pm at the PM Studio in the Watershed, Bristol. We are excited that at this meeting we'll have the chance to test the first prototypes of the Canute e-book reader.
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If you'd like any further information please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks for your interest in Bristol Braille and the Braillist group.