Scottish Braille Press

2a Robertson Avenue 
Edinburgh
EH11 1PZ
Tel: 0131 662 4445
Fax: 0131 662 1968
enquiries.sbp@royalblind.org

 

What We Offer

Transcription into Braille, Large Print and Audio

The Scottish Braille Press is a leading UK provider of high quality alternative formats. We offer a transcription service to provide accessible materials for vision impaired people in Braille, Large Print and Audio for all types of business, regardless of size.

We have a wide range of clients, from individuals to banks, the public sector and exam boards. 

Subsidised Braille books and magazines

We can transcribe any written document and produce a variety of subsidised magazines and books in Braille with a wide range of titles to suit adults and children. We have transcribed a wide range of authors into Braille, including JK Rowling and Ian Rankin. Browse our shop.

Strong history and track record in producing alternative formats

Founded in 1891, we have a strong history and heritage in the production of alternative formats and the provision of employment for vision impaired people. Find out more about our history.

We are part of the registered charity Royal Blind, which is the largest vision impairment organisation in Scotland. Royal Blind provides life changing opportunities for children and adults across Scotland and the rest of the UK.

 

hands typing on Braille keyboard

Braille Transcription

We can produce Grade 1 (Uncontracted) and Grade 2 (Contracted) braille to suit your requirements.

Office worker at Scottish Braille Press

Large Print Transcription

We take into account colours, contrast, fonts, layout, text and line spacing.

Audio booth at Scottish Braille Press

Audio Transcription

Audio transcription can assist vision impaired people as well as those with learning difficulties and dyslexia.

Braille magazines

Magazines

We produce a range of Braille magazines covering sports, fashion, cookery and lifestyle issues.

Mavis's Shoe - Braille transcription

Books

We have transcribed books by JK Rowling, Ian Rankin, Alex Gray, Jack Higgines and others into braille.