Future Voice of Progress recordings will be clearer than ever – thanks to a donation from Arundel Mayor James Stewart’s charity fund.
The £200 donation has enabled VOP to buy state of the art microphones to use with its new portable recorder.
VOP distributes fortnightly news recordings to blind and partially-sighted.
A ball held at Arundel Town Hall raised more than £5,000 and VOP was a beneficiary.
Mr Stewart visited VOP’s Rustington studio to be interviewed about the donation and his mayoral year.
VOP director Charles Waring said: “We can now get out and about and interview people in high quality stereo sound. It is a real enhancement to the quality of recordings we produce.”
The interview can be heard at voiceofprogress.co.uk until May 24.
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