The image is of a Braille alphabet card from the RNIB. The card features the English alphabet in both standard letters and their corresponding Braille symbols. The letters A to Z are shown. Below each letter, there is the Braille representation for that letter. The card also explains how to make numbers in Braille: You use a numeral symbol (dots 3, 4, 5, 6) followed by one of the letters A to J to represent numbers 1 to 9 (e.g., A = 1, B = 2, and so on), with J used to represent zero. The numeral symbol for making numbers is shown in Braille. The RNIB logo and the tagline “see differently” appear at the top right corner.

Would you like to learn or practice braille?

We hold a braille class at our offices on Albion Street every Monday from 10.30 am until 12 pm. We have an experienced braille teacher and lot of experienced braille readers in the group happy to help.

Please note that we do not meet on bank holidays and if it is your first time attending the group we recommend that you let us know that you are coming so that we can advise you on how to access the building. Please get in touch on 07931327018 or at [email protected] to check

Richard and Diane are seated across from each other at a white table positioned in front of a large window, playing the card game UNO. Richard is wearing a red plaid shirt, holding UNO cards in their hands. Diane, who is wearing a black and white patterned top, is also holding UNO cards. Both are focused on the game. A pile of cards is visible on the table between them.

The image depicts a person holding a set of UNO cards in one hand. They are selecting a blue card with the number 3 on it from the deck with their other hand. The cards come in various colours (including red, yellow, green, and blue) and display different numbers, with braille on the cards to indicate the colour and the number. The setting has white tables visible in the background.

In this image, Geoff and Angela are seated at a table indoors. Geoff is wearing a dark red sweater, while Angela has a striped top. Both have spiral-bound papers or books containing Braille open in front of them. Additionally, there is a clear glass—possibly containing water—on the table.

Seated on the left is Richard wearing a plaid shirt. In his hands is an Orbit Reader 20. To the right of Richard is Dianne, wearing a patterned top. Their attention is wholly devoted to a Brailler placed before them. The room is bathed in natural light, streaming through the windows. The white table surface is uncluttered.